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 Getting your business book from drawer to done.

Ghostwriting and cheerleading for financial advisors, financial services executives and fintech entrepreneurs


A book isn’t just a marketing tool. It’s a legacy.

Sure, it’s great to give a talk and hand out your book at the end. To be able to lay out what you do, why you do it, and what makes you great at it -- all in a format that someone will devour from a comfy leather chair over the weekend, and put down only to call your office for an appointment.

And, no doubt, it adds a nice touch of gravitas after your name. “Author” is every bit as impressive a flourish as “PhD.”

To add to that, a book is an investment. (You know something about those.) Once it’s published, it’ll pay dividends for years to come.

But more than that…


It’s a monument to your life’s work.

It documents how you made the world a better place.

So...How soon would you like to hold yours in your hands?

If the answer is, “ASAP,” you’re in the right place.

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I collaborated with Amy on my recent book, Cookie Cut This: Retirement Distribution Strategies for the Non-Conformist. She is very thorough and organized. She asks the right questions to make sure you stay on track and that all the information and thoughts you want to convey come out cohesively and in your voice. She is a real joy to work with.
— Stephen Caruso, J.D., Senior Wealth Advisor, Belpointe Asset Management, New York, NY

Our mission together:

a book you can take to the bank (and hold in your hands).

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Hi, I’m Amy Buttell.

I work with pros who are too busy closing deals to write their book.

I’ve helped hundreds of financial experts to get their words on the page -- in a way that makes their ideas clear, substantial, and memorable.

I’m a champion at translating industry jargon, mish-mashed ideas, and data-based gobbledygook into compulsively readable, clear-as-a-(closing)-bell stories.

Stories that actual, non-industry humans want to read.


You know too much.

I know just enough.