Hire a Ghost Writer and Become an Expert

Become an Overnight Expert the Easy Way

Hire a Ghost Writer

It’s one of the mysteries of business life. Becoming a published author changes perceptions overnight. You start out scraping to find business. Then your book gets published and suddenly your charging more and still turning away business. Becoming a published author is a game-changer, and the simplest way down the path of success is by hiring a ghost writer.

Fast-Track Your Book

If you’re like most people, you’re fantastic procrastinator. You come home from a long, hard day at the office and the last thing you want to do is sit down and write your book. So, you either sit at the computer with a serious case of writer’s block, or you simply put off your dream for another day.

Or, perhaps, you’re one of those self-starters that start hundreds of projects and proceed to lose interest in them, as you near 60% completion. So, your book (like lots of other projects) sits on the computer unfinished, and earning you zero benefits and money.

If you don’t forsee completing your book within 10 months, it’s time to start thinking about hiring someone to do the writing for you.

A ghost writer can wrap up your book in a few months and you’ll start reaping the benefits far earlier than you would if you were to wait until you found the time and incentive to finish the book yourself.

Tap Into a Ghost Writer’s Expertise

Speed isn’t the only benefit a ghost writer brings to the table. When you’ve helped hundreds of authors get published, you learn a thing or two about how to produce a book publishers will be interested in.

Too many new authors send a manuscript off to a publisher only to have it hit the publisher’s circular file, without even getting a second glance. You’ve got to capture a publisher’s attention from the start, and a ghost writer can help you produce a book that will make a publisher stop and read.

Some of the key skills a ghost writer offers are…

  • Draw your book out of you even if you don’t know what it’s about yet
  • Solid and logical structure
  • Captivating copy that’s not only a page-turner, but generates word-of-mouth advertising
  • A highly marketable title that compels people to pick up your book
  • A real connection with your readers that’s hard to come by on your own
  • A way with words that gets your readers emotions involved

These are skills that you probably don’t have and don’t need to spend the time attaining. It’s best to let a ghost writer handle these, so you’re free to do what you do best… your job.

A Ghost Writer is Good, Complete Service is Better

A ghost writer can really speed up the writing process, but your book can still hit a bottle-neck when it comes to production and marketing. That’s why I suggest using complete book writing services to handle all the aspects of your book.

If your book is written, published, and promoted by the same team, you can drastically decrease the timeline from concept to sale, and at the same time drastically increase the timeframe in which you gain the expert status of a published author.

Now’s the Time

There’s never been a better time to turn that seed thought in your head into a book in your hands. Contact Writer Services to find out how a ghost writer can take to take you from average to published author.

Skills of a Ghost Writer

A ghost writer has a lot of knowledge and a ton of skills to offer when it comes to getting your book published. However, there are three key skills that stand out.

#1: Knowledge of the Book Industry

The first skill (and arguably the most important one beyond an exceptional ability to write) a ghost writer brings to your book project is a deep and intimate knowledge of the book publishing industry. Book publishing can be a veritable obstacle course to anyone who isn’t on the inside. A ghost writer can navigate this barrier-ridden path for you and do a more efficient job of it than those who aren’t on the inside of the publishing industry.

It’s even better if you employ a ghost writer who works for a writing services firm. A ghost writer who works at a firm not only knows how the process works but can see the process first hand and understand the key factors that make the difference between a publishing failure and a publishing success story.

#2: A Professional Edge

It doesn’t matter whether you’ve written your book yourself or are seeking out a ghost writer to handle everything from structuring the book to the actual writing. A ghost writer has that professional touch that’s needed for success in publishing.

This professional edge goes beyond grammar and sentence structure. It supports the overall structure of your book and captivates your readers.

For example, often an expert’s industry jargon dots the landscape of their manuscript, making it difficult for lay people to read. A ghost writer will catch this jargon and either rework it or give more definition to make it clear to your readers.

#3: Streamline the Publishing Process

Many people get a seed idea for a fantastic book, but when they sit down to write the book, they’re unsure where to begin or get overwhelmed. If this is where you are with your book idea, a ghost writer can quickly draw a great book out of you by simply asking the right questions about you, your idea, and your field of expertise.

A skilled ghost writer will amaze you with their book-writing process. You’ll be surprised at the number of good ideas you have that just need the help of a professional to uncover them. Once unearthed, your great ideas are crafted into a powerful book that will position you as a published expert in your field.

Ghost writers that work with a writing services firm then save you the time and effort of finding a publisher. As a member of an entire firm, they simply hand off the finished manuscript to their publishing department and your book steps seamlessly from raw manuscript to published book and out to the masses.

Begin the Publishing Process

Find out more about hiring a ghost writer or start the publishing process today. Contact Writing Services about finding a ghost writer and begin your journey to published author.

Finding a Ghost Writer

Three Tips for Finding a Ghost Writer

If you’re looking for a ghost writer, the following tips can ensure you’ll get the trained professional you’re looking for, rather than a charlatan who would ruin your chances for success.

Tip 1 – Make Sure the Ghost Writer Has a Good Track Record

Check out your prospective ghost writer’s website and see how many testimonials they have. If you’ve found a good ghost writer, you’ll be able to read several testimonials from a variety of happy customers. Satisfied customers are pleased to share a testimonial.

When you’re reading their testimonials, ask yourself if the praise these people offer is watered down and general, or specific and detailed. Detailed testimonials are a sign of heartfelt thanks, whereas general testimonials are the sign of a client who is being polite but not able to give a glowing review.

Tip 2 – Make Sure They Work With a Team

Solo ghost writers often do good work and, if you’ve done your due diligence on them, you can be confident that they will give you a good product. Unfortunately, though, if the ghost writer doesn’t work with a team, the finished manuscript will only be a raw manuscript rather than a completed book. Leaving the many important phases of the book writing process to just your ghost writer would be like asking one person to cover all positions of the infield or outfield of a baseball team. It is an impossible endeavor to have one individual do what minimally 3 must absolutely do with separate, particular talents and skills.

Add that to the fact that if you decide to seek individuals for your team, you will have to expend a great amount of time and energy going through all of the steps you took to find a ghost writer. It’s just not practical, if only because you open yourself up for pulling in the criminal or “aspiring writer” who knows not what they do as far as bestseller books go.

Also, if you find a ghost writer who is part of a professional team, you can delegate the worry, hassle and technical aspects of getting your book polished and ready for publishing. This is because often, such a company of professionals will have connections with the publishing world. This gives you a smooth bridge from the book writing and editing phase over to the production/publishing phase. After all, most aspiring authors are left holding the bad, so to speak, once their manuscript has been written. They have an unpolished work and uncertainty as to what to do next. But in the “team” scenario, once the manuscript has been crafted and polished, you can have them simply hand you’re your manuscript to the self-publishing department or book proposal writing area. In any case, your book dream becomes a reality without any hassle or mishap. You’re always in good hands with a productive, ethical group that works for you to achieve your goals. This even includes the ability to simply ask for book marketing assistance.

Tip 3 – Interview the Ghost Writer

The interview is the most critical part of a ghost writer search. It might be possible to fake testimonials and so forth, but it’s difficult for a ghost writer to fain expertise when they’re talking to you on the phone. And just as important to their confidence and potential is their demeanor and your gut feeling in how you feel about the person. Remember, you will be spending about a year or more with this person, so having someone kind and considerate would be a major plus-point, if not absolute necessity.

A simple five-minute phone interview can quickly weed out those ghost writers who lack knowledge. Ask some simple questions that will tell you if you’ve found the right ghost writer, such as:

  • Do you work with an entire publishing team?
  • How many published titles have you ghost written? (Ask whether they can be found in book stores or not.)
  • Have any of your books won awards?

Questions like these will tell you if you’ve found a ghost writer that’s professional and can get a quality job done.

Putting the Tips Into Practice

Try these tips out. Check out our Website to get an idea of what you should be looking for as an ideal basis. Our main purpose is to help aspiring authors succeed. So feel free to give us a call. We’d love to chat with you about turning your idea into a published book, whether you were to go with us or not.

We’re in the business of helping others. And in that case, everyone wins.

Hire a Ghost Writer and Become an Expert

Become an Overnight Expert the Easy Way

Hire a Ghost Writer

It’s one of the mysteries of business life. Becoming a published author changes perceptions overnight. You start out scraping to find business. Then your book gets published and suddenly your charging more and still turning away business. Becoming a published author is a game-changer, and the simplest way down the path of success is by hiring a ghost writer.

Fast-Track Your Book

If you’re like most people, you’re fantastic procrastinator. You come home from a long, hard day at the office and the last thing you want to do is sit down and write your book. So, you either sit at the computer with a serious case of writer’s block, or you simply put off your dream for another day.

Or, perhaps, you’re one of those self-starters that start hundreds of projects and proceed to lose interest in them, as you near 60% completion. So, your book (like lots of other projects) sits on the computer unfinished, and earning you zero benefits and money.

If you don’t forsee completing your book within 10 months, it’s time to start thinking about hiring someone to do the writing for you.

A ghost writer can wrap up your book in a few months and you’ll start reaping the benefits far earlier than you would if you were to wait until you found the time and incentive to finish the book yourself.

Tap Into a Ghost Writer’s Expertise

Speed isn’t the only benefit a ghost writer brings to the table. When you’ve helped hundreds of authors get published, you learn a thing or two about how to produce a book publishers will be interested in.

Too many new authors send a manuscript off to a publisher only to have it hit the publisher’s circular file, without even getting a second glance. You’ve got to capture a publisher’s attention from the start, and a ghost writer can help you produce a book that will make a publisher stop and read.

Some of the key skills a ghost writer offers are…

  • Draw your book out of you even if you don’t know what it’s about yet
  • Solid and logical structure
  • Captivating copy that’s not only a page-turner, but generates word-of-mouth advertising
  • A highly marketable title that compels people to pick up your book
  • A real connection with your readers that’s hard to come by on your own
  • A way with words that gets your readers emotions involved

These are skills that you probably don’t have and don’t need to spend the time attaining. It’s best to let a ghost writer handle these, so you’re free to do what you do best… your job.

A Ghost Writer is Good, Complete Service is Better

A ghost writer can really speed up the writing process, but your book can still hit a bottle-neck when it comes to production and marketing. That’s why I suggest using complete book writing services to handle all the aspects of your book.

If your book is written, published, and promoted by the same team, you can drastically decrease the timeline from concept to sale, and at the same time drastically increase the timeframe in which you gain the expert status of a published author.

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