Hire a Ghost Writer
By Karen Cole – Head of Ghost Writer, Inc.
You should consider doing this, as it will probably greatly elevate your work. Of course, you must find and hire the right ghost writer first. You don’t need a rank amateur who will do no better, and possibly worse, of a job than you would do yourself.
When you hire a ghost writer, ask to see their credentials. Although this is a bit problematic, as most ghost writers are not allowed to discuss their work or their clients’ names, a good ghost writer will be able to show you a sample portfolio from the clients who are willing to allow them to show some of their work, and also some of the ghost writer’s work under their own name.
Also, ask to see recommendations. This is generally easier for the ghost writer you want to hire, and they should be able to give you quite a few excellent recommendations. Make sure you write to and confirm them before you proceed with the ghost writing work. Once you have enough credentials and recommendations, you can hire a ghost writer while feeling sure that they have the experience you need for your project.
About the Author
Karen Cole is a book ghost writer with a team of book, screenplay and music ghost writers who can perform almost any type of ghost writing work. Her website is at www.rainbowriting.com and she is always ready to assist you in whatever kind of work you need, also sometimes being available to take on your project herself.
Ghost Writer, Inc. also has partners who perform book marketing and promotions, and book self and commercial publishing services such as book proposal and query writing. One of our best proposal ghostwriters has a success rate, at landing publishers and five to six figure advances from publishers, of 100%. She’s careful for whom she works, and will be honest with you about how likely your book is to sell.