Ghostwriting. Whatever next?
May 09, 2017
- I have been a successful ghostwriter for over 25 years. I write about a huge range of subjects and experiences for English-speakers from all over the world. Life stories, extraordinary adventures, court cases, self-help, wild success, dangerous jobs, how to get fit, life-changing discoveries, succeeding in business, struggles of one kind or another – I look forward to writing good books whatever they’re about.
- Autobiography is what most people want. They’ll have to compete for readers, and only talent and skill will produce a great result. Carefully curated (not, heaven forbid, censored) autobiography is a way of passing on the insights you’ve acquired from a lifetime of knockbacks, laughs and triumphs. If you want it to be a good read, then bring in a writer who can see the big idea running through your story and write a page-turner of a book.
- Short how-to books about such things as sports science, cookery, working in the oil industry or recovering from a breakdown may not demand the emotional engagement of a story, but they have to hit the right tone. A good ghostwriter knows how to strike the balance between between lunatic enthusiasm and bossy demands on your reading time; and she’ll ask questions about layout and design too, because it may affect the text of a book like this. Just email me from the Contact page.