Douglas Wight is the Sunday Times best-selling ghost writer of nine books, including the autobiographies of Olympic gold medal winning GB hockey player Sam Quek, former world boxing champion Nigel Benn, snooker legend John Virgo and Hollywood actress Emily Lloyd. He also ghosted memoirs for an undercover cop for the Met, a money launderer in Miami and a woman who made legal history after surviving years of abuse. In addition he has written three celebrity biographies, including one that was written and self-published into the high street in three months.
He is also a leading freelance books consultant, helping to bring new non-fiction titles to the marketplace, developing proposals, editing manuscripts and helping to secure serialisations and publicity on publication.
He has been a journalist and writer for over 20 years covering news, features, politics and investigations. A former reporter for The Sun newspaper, he has also worked for the New York Post and was a celebrity interviewer and books editor for the News of the World.