Foster Winans, ghost writer and publisher
FOSTER WINANS is a former Wall Street Journal columnist; author/ghostwriter of 50-plus books, publishing consultant, personal branding and media relations expert.
"The guy can write." -Kirkus Reviews
"Candid and engrossing." -Time Magazine
"Foster Winans is a talented writer" - USAToday
"Fast-paced, well written, riveting..." -Publishers Weekly
"Foster Winans writes like a dream." -Washington Times.
FOSTER WINANS is President and Chief Creative Officer of WINANS KUENSTLER PUBLISHING, a veteran book editor, book writer, book publisher, and ghostwriter who is the author, ghostwriter, or editor of more than forty books including nonfiction works on investment and finance, marketing, inspirational/motivational, memoir/autobiography, personal growth/self-help, plus nine novels.
He is represented to the trade by Al Zuckerman, founder of Writers House. Among his recent ghostwriting projects, published by Random House in July 2008, is a memoir ghostwritten for a retired Chinese diplomat who was Mao Zedong’s English interpreter: The Man on Mao's Right.
He also was the ghostwriter and publishing consultant for Golden Opportunity: Remarkable careers that began at McDonald's by Cody Teets, published by Cider Mill Press and distributed (August 2012) by Simon & Schuster.
He has written books published by HarperCollins (sequels to the Little House books by Laura Ingalls Wilder), William Morrow (It's Not My Department), St. Martin's Press, Simon & Schuster, McGraw Hill, and Entrepreneur Press.