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Alice Sullivan

Author, Ghostwriter, Editor

Making the world safe, one sentence at a time.

Alice Sullivan has done a little of everything. She graduated from Cumberland University in 2001 with a few athletic awards for both soccer and tennis, a triple minor—English, Anthropology, and Sociology—and a 4.0 GPA. She’s a bit of an overachiever. Upon completing an internship at CMT (Country Music Television), she left a trail of twisted heel spurs in her wake and was unleashed upon the English language.

Since 2001, she’s made a living as a ghostwriter, author, writing coach, speaker, and editor and has worked on over 1,000 books, including eleven New York Times bestsellers. Her authors include Dave Ramsey, Michael Hyatt, Bill Cosby, Shaquille O'Neal, Manny Pacquiao, Thomas Steinbeck, Lee Greenwood, George Foreman III, Pam Tillis, Marilyn Meberg, Tony Jeary, and Judge Andrew Napolitano. She also works with professional athletes, reality TV stars, CEOs, first-time authors, pastors, business and life coaches, and musicians.

     For more than a decade, she has built a reputation of being fast, thorough, creative, and encouraging. (Bonus: she’s hilarious.) If you need help with your book, your ideas, your writing, or understanding the publishing process, she’s a good bet. Her passion is telling stories that are both entertaining and memorable.   

     When she's not working to beat deadlines, she’s playing volleyball or planning her next vacation. She lives in Nashville, Tennessee. Connect with Alice at

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