M. Rutledge McCall
Author M. Rutledge McCall has written, ghostwritten, and developmentally edited scores of books for dozens of high-profile clients around the world. His critically-acclaimed book, "Slipping Into Darkness," was optioned for film by David O. Sacks, Co-Founder of PayPal.
McCall has been featured on TV shows such as "NBC Today," BBC News, PBS, CNN News, KNBC News "Nightside Cover Story," PBS/KCET's "Life And Times: Thinkers, Shakers and Newsmakers," "Larry King Live," ABC News 9 Australia, and others.
His clientele includes people named in "Newsweek" and "Forbes" magazines' Most Powerful People lists, major book publishing companies, university presidents, professional athletes, celebrities, members of the armed forces and law enforcement, business owners, CEOs, tech entrepreneurs, Ph.Ds, investors, MDs, and others. He writes in nonfiction and fiction genres that include drama, supernatural thriller, sports, true crime, history, medical mystery, business, biography/autobiography, self-improvement, theology, the economy, money management, sociology, and more. Several books he has ghostwritten have sold in best-seller quantities.
McCall also does screen adaptations, writes and doctors film and TV scripts, and is a former television project development partner of movie producer Morris Ruskin, CEO of Shoreline Entertainment.
Earlier in his career, McCall was a senior executive in literary career management & consulting, as well as a managing senior editor in the book publishing business. Prior to that, he worked in the one-hour drama writers departments for most of the American TV networks and in production management for all of the major U.S. film companies, on some of the highest-grossing movies and top Nielsen-rated one-hour drama television shows.
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