"Novelist [Robert] Westbrook possesses a masterful sense of narration" -- The Washington Post, Bookworld
"I've been a writer all my life, long enough to have seen the business change from three-martini lunches and family owned New York publishing houses to mega-media corporations and sparkling water and now (most intriguing of all), the new digital revolution where it’s possible to bypass publishing companies altogether. I still believe it's magic, the luckiest thing in the world to be an author of books."
The Book Doctor is in! For more than a decade, Robert has helped writers edit their manuscripts for publication, concentrating on story-structure, dramatic tension, and the narrative craft of keeping your reader hooked.
How can a dead Pulitzer Prize winning journalist co-author a book? Find out the answer to this riddle by clicking on the PUBLISHED WORKS section of this website and scrolling down to Robert’s explanation, CONFESSIONS OF A GHOST.