From Story Concept to Publishing
Deep down, everyone has a story waiting to be published. Stories are all around us, happening to us every day. Perhaps you are the observant type, seamlessly occupying your thoughts with all that goes on around you while you sip your coffee with your back firmly planted against the corner wall of your little world. Maybe you are the academic type with something very specific to publish. Your dreams of publishing your story cause you to stir in the middle of the night, fixated on organizing your thoughts down on paper, for all the world to applaud. Perchance you are the shy coworker cataloging all the workplace gossip. Compiling fiction with a dash of truth, secretly stowing away the remnants of whispers carried from water cooler conversation to your cubicle.
Whoever you are, whatever story is held captive inside of you, will only mean something to you, unless you publish. There are many reasons why authors hire ghostwriters.
- Difficulty putting thoughts down on paper. Needing a mentor or coach who is a professional writer.
- Time restraints. Unable to start the process of writing a manuscript because your dance card is full.
- Needing to hire a professional writer because of his/her expertise in the field of editing and publishing.
- You want your first book to be successful, helping you learn the process of publishing, thereby strengthening your next series of books on your own.
If you are in the market for a ghostwriter, it is very important to get a FREE consultation with your hired ‘ghost’. Their professional background and expertise should match the subject matter you are writing about, for best desired outcome.
- Memoir, Biography, Epistolary
- Psychology, Psychiatry, Behavior Analyst
- Military ops, Military life, Military terminology
- Business development, Entrepreneurship
- Theology, Religion, Spirituality
- Family growth, Marriage life, Children
- Global travel, Cultural studies.
Tip: You may not be writing specifically about a military campaign, religious experience, or psychological trauma, but one or more of your characters in your story will have their own life experience. A hired 'ghostwriter' will be able to identify weaknesses in your story, and help guide your book development to successful conclusion.
Gary Demers (Quill)