Why should you Hire a Book Writer?
For your book, screenplay, music or lyrics project
By Karen S. Cole, A+ Accredited Rating at the Better Business Bureau
Why do you want to hire a book writer? I like to ask this question when someone contacts me, to find out what their dreams, goals and ideas are pertaining to writing a book. I’m a book ghost writer and editor, and that’s all I do except for some smaller freelance writing projects. But our team does books, screenplays, scripts, plays, music, lyrics and other forms of ghost writing and editing, as well as marketing, promotions, publishing, optioning and production assistance services. We do it all for affordable pricing, competitive and below most of the current ghost writing market.
Every day, I get up, thinking about my career as a paid professional ghost writer. I have plenty of books to my credit, but can’t mention most of them, due to having to remain undercover. It’s exciting, like being a Bond-style CIA spy, where I have “deep cover” top secret security clearance and can’t talk about my project work. But I have a loyal husband I can discuss work with at times, whenever he’s not watching the big games on TV or heading out fishing with his sons. He’s my greatest inspiration. He’s also an accomplished artist, who’s sold his paintings to Europe and elsewhere abroad, so he heartily sympathizes with my artistic dreams.
I would like to hire a book writer to write about our lives someday, or at least about my husband’s three tours in Vietnam, which he doesn’t like to talk about due to how horrendous it was over there. But it was also interesting, and I know he has many stories to tell. If I could hire a book writer to work for him, it would relieve me of needing to ask him pointed questions about what happened over there. But someday I do plan on writing my own memoirs, which I won’t need to hire a book writer for, even though some of my memories are probably just as painful as my husband’s.
When you hire a book writer, you need to hire a consummate professional, someone who will do the best possible job on your beloved manuscript project. You might consider hiring only a book editor, to work on your already partially prepared work, in order to save a lot of money. But if you really feel you can’t write, it is best not to skimp, and to hire a book writer who knows exactly what he or she is doing, in order to create a perfect, polished and well-written book. It needs to be presentable, mistake free and grammatically correct, in order to show it to literary agents and book publishers, or at least to get it ready to self-publish.
Many authors make the mistake of publishing their poorly written, badly edited book manuscripts, finding out later from their readers what an awful job they did. Don’t make this mistake: hire a book writer or editor. A professional should work with you closely, finding your voice and using it throughout your work, creating the best possible book manuscript – leaving behind a legacy – of which you will be truly proud.
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