Karl Weber / Karl Weber Literary
Karl Weber is a writer and editor who specializes in topics from business, politics, current affairs, history, and social issues.
Weber has co-authored two books with Muhammad Yunus, founder of Grameen Bank and winner of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize, “Creating a World Without Poverty” and its sequel, “Building Social Business.” He has also co-authored two books with sustainability expert Andrew W. Savitz, “The Triple Bottom Line” and “Talent, Transformation, and the Triple Bottom Line”; three books with Loews Hotel CEO Jonathan Tisch; and five books with business strategy guru Adrian Slywotzky.
Weber also edited three best-selling books by former President Jimmy Carter, as well as the number one best-seller “What Happened: Inside the Bush White House and Washington’s Culture of Deception” by former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan. He has also edited four best-selling companion books to acclaimed films: “Food Inc.”, “Waiting for Superman,” “Last Call at the Oasis,” and Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln.”
Through his company Karl Weber Literary, Weber offers publishing services that include co-authorship (collaboration), ghost writing, editing, book doctoring, consulting, and coaching for authors, including those considering self-publishing. His clients include publishers large and small, literary agents, and individual authors. You can learn more about Weber by visiting his website, www.karlweberliterary.com.
Karl share with the audience insight on the following and more!!
- Why you want to write a book?
- What do you want to achieve?
- Why it is best to create a platform first and then write a book.
You Can Contact Karl Weber here:
Karl Weber Literary
240 Locust Lane
Irvington NY 10533