Do you know that feeling—the one where your fingers are poised above the computer keyboard, but no words are materializing on the screen? When “writer’s block” is looming, and your blood pressure is boiling at a blank screen that stares back tauntingly at you as you sit motionless and powerless before it? Wouldn’t it be wonderful to simply delegate your writing to someone else, someone who could write anything from your blog posts and articles to a book with your name on the cover? Help IS available, and you can focus upon more pressing issues (or at least more fun issues) while your ghostwriter types away!
What exactly is a ghostwriter? A ghostwriter is a professional writer whose goal is to write YOUR book or other content. A good ghostwriter should be many things, including anonymous, seamless and inquisitive. Anonymous, because all of the writing is credited to you, the employer, who forever after is known as “the author.” A ghostwriter should never reveal their part in the development of a book, and you—the author—can confidently promote your book everywhere. A ghostwriter should be seamless so that if you wish to include articles, posts, and writings of your own, the ghostwriter can expand and develop such writings to develop the book that you’ve always wished for. A ghostwriter should be inquisitive, striving to learn more about you—the author—in order to best fulfill the writing assignment in YOUR writer’s voice and tone, as well as eager to learn more about the subject matter itself, in order to write the best possible book on your particular area.
You have so many other things you need to be doing—and time IS money—that it doesn’t make sense to spend needless hours on something time consuming that doesn’t bring you joy. Your time should be focused upon those areas where your talents lie . . . and let a ghostwriter handle your content production. And with our top ghostwriters, you will actually read your own content and forget that your ghost did the actual typing—our goal is to explore and analyze your writing needs and fulfill them on the page in your writing style, tone and voice. It doesn’t get much better than that!
There are SO many reasons to hire a ghostwriter and many ways you can put your ghost to work furthering your business or career. Imagine just a few months from now signing books at a book launch event, sending prospective clients a copy of your book or selling books at a table in the back of a workshop you deliver? With a ghostwriter, that dream can become a reality. With a ghostwriter, you can have an active blog or newsletter, produce your own training books and materials or even document your family history. Not yet convinced? Click below to learn more reasons why you should hire a ghostwriter . . . today!
So what types of books are written by ghostwriters? Well, with 60% of ALL books being written by ghostwriters, the short answer is . . . all of them! Books written by ghostwriters include non-fiction books on topics ranging from technical to travel, reference to recipes. Fiction books by ghostwriters can be romance, thrillers, adventure stories or anything you can imagine (or your GHOST can imagine!) Memoirs and life stories are written by ghostwriters, whether the subject of the memoir is a famous celebrity or your grandmother. In other words—just about anything! To brainstorm about different types of books written by ghostwriters and how they can help you, click below to learn more.
This all sounds great, but how exactly can you find a ghostwriter? Honestly, isn’t anonymity part of the core function of a ghostwriter? It isn’t as if 60% of the books have the name of the ghostwriter listed on the back cover, so how can you find one yourself? While it is absolutely true that an authentic and ethical ghostwriter would never reveal their work publically, there are ways to find ghostwriters who work in your prospective genre and who can show you a body of sample work in the writing area you need. To get started on your search, click below to learn more about how to find a ghostwriter.
Once you have found your prospective “ghost” or ghostwriting service, what questions should you ask? Since this is most likely your first time interviewing a ghostwriter—or any writing service for that matter—you may be unsure of the types of facts you need to know and the issues that may arise that need to be addressed. When speaking with a potential ghostwriter, you will want to discuss everything from legal issues and copyrights to writing style and genre. Click below for a list of questions to ask your potential ghostwriter so that you can be sure to hire well and set up this important relationship for success right from the beginning.
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With a ghostwriter, you will be able to fulfill your dream in no time and see YOUR name on the cover of your book. Get started today. Contact us and begin your next adventure . . . to success!