Executive Business Writing

“We Write So You Don’t Have To”

How Can We Help You?

Book Formatting

Leave the formatting to us so you can continue to focus on what’s most important to your business.

Social Media Marketing

Define and create your brand, and present your offers so that you’ll get the results you desire and deserve.

Editing and Proofreading

Leave the formatting to us so you can continue to focus on what’s most important to your business.

Book Publishing

If you’re ready to self-publish your new book, we can walk you through the process. 

Resume or Curriculum Vitae

We’ll help you share your experience and qualifications with class and professionalism. 

Business Structure Startup

We assist you with every aspect from Articles of Incorporation to Fictitious Business Names.


We'll Do All the Heavy-Lifting So You Can Focus Where You're Needed Most

Executive Business Writing is a company that was developed several years ago to assist many who neither have the time or perhaps even the skill set to successfully and professionally produce various writing projects. 

We coach our clients through the writing process and develop their manuscripts into successful books that can be enjoyed by their target audience.

We specialize in producing professional resumes, business plans, and grant writing as well. At Executive Business Writing, our motto is “We Write So You Don’t Have To!” We are happy to assist in your area of need.

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Meet a Few of Our

Happy Clients

Dr. Patricia McQueen

Dr. Patricia McQueen

Author of Black Lives Have Always Mattered: The Impact of Slavery on the African American Student

I have employed the services of Dr. Beverly Crockett at Executive Business Writing for the past few years. She organized a curriculum vitae for me, edited one of my books as well as comprised my AA Degree curriculum manual. I am happy to attest to fact that Dr. Crockett is very knowledgeable about all aspects of business writing.

Lucy and Roger

Lucy and Roger

Owners of Alicia’s Healing Hands Cancer Support Group and Wellness Center

Ms. Crockett has been a very needed and reliable resource for our non-profit foundation. Her skillful assistance at helping us achieve our non-profit status on the first try, without resubmissions, has been invaluable. And, her polite and encouraging spirit always makes us smile. We would recommend her to anyone who has a need for professional writing services.

Andrea Jones

Andrea Y Jones

Author of Streets of Grace Volume 1:
The Formative Years

I had the wonderful opportunity to work with Executive Business Writing and their team to publish my debut book. They handled all aspects of producing a great product and guided me along the way. Working with such an amazing team of professionals eased my concerns and allowed me to focus on just writing.

Writing a Business Proposal

In today’s competitive business environment, your ability to write powerful proposals could mean the life or death of your business. According to McGraw Hill, here are three tips to help you get started: Don’t leave the success of your business up to chance.

1. Study the Requirements. Writing a winning proposal begins with a clear understanding of the client’s requirements. Read the RFP thoroughly. As you’re reading, ask yourself, What are this company’s goals? What is my role in achieving these goals? Is the time frame, budget and scope of work reasonable?”

2. Understand the client. If you don’t understand the client’s problem, you certainly can’t propose a methodology that is going to solve the problem. Many times a client or potential client will say, ‘This is what we’re looking for.’ But when you start researching, you find out that isn’t what they’re looking for at all.

3.Develop a system. Once your client’s goals are clearly identified, it’s time to develop the steps, or methodology, necessary to reach them.

Frequently Asked Questions

The length of time of the publishing process varies from project to project. The timeline can be from 30 to 120 days.The factors involved are content and the timeliness of all requests for information from the publisher being submitted by the author.

Yes. We will insure that your content is integral and isn’t derogatory, offensive, or defamatory to a person, place, or thing.  

You the author hold the exclusive rights to your book project at every stage of the publishing process, unlike traditional publishing companies. When it comes to editing and marketing, traditional publishers typically have full control because they own everything. Royalty payments are usually less than 5%, whereas you receive 100% of royalties.

Your book project will receive professional, comprehensive, structurally sound proofreading, editing and copyediting.

Unlike some traditional publishers there is not a minimum amount of books to order at any time.

A literary agent is only needed if your desire is to pitch your book to a traditional publisher. In this case be prepared to give ownership of your project to the publishing company.

The industry standard is 6 x 9 and 5 x 7. However, other sizes are available, i.e., 8.5 x 8.5, 4 x 6, 6 x 6, and custom sizes.

The most recognized and popular platform is Amazon. There you have the opportunity for worldwide distribution as well as availability through Barnes and Noble online store.