About Mahesh Grossman
Mahesh Grossman is the author of Write a Book Without Lifting a Finger.
He has been called a "ghostwriting guru" by the Fox News Channel and "America's leading expert on ghostwriting" by Jim Christoferson of KWKC-AM. Mahesh has discussed both publishing and pop culture on over one hundred radio and television shows worldwide, as well as dozens of newspapers including USA Today. Newsweek covered an event Mahesh quarterbacked as a consultant—A Black Republican Salute to Richard Nixon, which brought the former president back into the public eye eleven years after he resigned.
As president of The Authors Team, a company that turns "credible experts into Incredible Authors," Mahesh has been involved with the editing and ghostwriting of more than 60 books, including a New York Times bestseller. He is also the president of 10 Finger Press, a publisher of more than fifty books (including The It's Just Lunch Guide to Dating in America series), and another imprint, Business Leaders Press. His newsletter, Author Secrets, goes out to more than 30,000 aspiring authors. As a speaker, he has shared the platform with Mark Victor Hansen. His column, The High-Flying Philanthropist, appears in Jet Set magazine.
Mahesh's clients include multi-million dollar companies, people who have sold millions of books, and authors of NY Times bestsellers. His staff includes several writers whose books have hit the Times bestseller list and even a Pulitzer Prize winner.
Mahesh's unique perspective is that publishing a book can solve some of the toughest problems CEOs, consultants, senior exectives, and business owners face, including lead generation, growing market share, getting better clients, closing more deals with more customers, and standing out from the competition.
Mahesh has a twenty year old daughter and lives in Santa Cruz, California. He is also a Big Brother to a twelve year old boy through Big Brothers, Big Sisters of America.