2022, Oct 01 Saturday

Book Ghostwriter Service

Book Ghostwriter Service

BOOK GHOSTWRITER SERVICE 

BOOK GHOSTWRITER SERVICE: ALSO FOR SCRIPTS, SCREENPLAYS, MUSIC, LYRICS, SOUNDTRACKS, ETC.

You can hire freelance writing and editing services, plus copy writing for anything whatsoever…except for shafting your worker, here at Ghost Writer, Inc. Our Book Ghostwriter Service is the best in the world, I think! Anyway, we have your ghost or editor. We also offer you marketers, promotions, sales and publication assistance service. Among many other related services, including illustrations, digital photos, book covers front and back, etc. Finally, we do screenplay, script, music and lyrics work – and movie soundtracks!

Book Ghostwriter Service…what exactly are these services?

When you need to write a book, you might find yourself facing some dilemmas. Both moral and immoral. Well, think amoral. That means nobody needs to sit in an awesome Seat of Judgement. And then decide that because you’re hiring an expert, something’s wrong with that. So we run Ghost Writer, Inc. just so you can relax, have a good time, kick back and work with us on creating just the right book for you. A good book ghostwriter service should offer personalized services, not cookie cutter or “what’s your problem?” type of services.

Writers who work professionally are special people. They know how to concentrate on what they are doing, and it can be a hard, demanding job at times. Some projects you just said through, because the client is great about supplying notes, giving you a fair deadline, and otherwise being cooperative and forgiving of minor errors and delays. Some clients, however, complain incessantly about the project, create major delays themselves, and otherwise can become “Our Cat from Hell,” so to speak. You want to pick them up by the scruff of the neck and boot them out of your house.

A book ghostwriter service must handle things wisely and well. And hang up, sometimes.

Clients like this do things like lead you on into believing you will be signing a sold contract with them and the day before you are ready to sign, they suddenly…“found someone else. I got this lady who lives up the street to edit my book, free of charge, yadayadaya…” And then you listen to them go on about it for twenty minutes on the phone. As they string you along, saying things like, “In the future, if that lady doesn’t work out…”

I’ve hung up on the middle of such phone conversations. Giving you book ghostwriter service shouldn’t be painful. This is a relationship we create and foster with each other. So sometimes you get a broken heart. And fulfilled climaxes, LOL! I am the mother of one grown-up girl, just barely, and she is smarter than me. I don’t like it when people are smartasses. But I do love it when those smarter than me can properly advise me.

What’s an honest, affordable book ghostwriter service to do, sheesh!

Indeed, there are worthwhile client contacts and worthless client contacts. And of course, as you’ve probably guessed by now, there are the ones in between. This group tends to have potential. But they may be either excessively demanding. Although you may finish the project for less than it’s worth for all your hard work. Or they become suspicious of you for some reason because there’s a “Head Butt.” You won’t do things their way, and they won’t do things your way. The latter is usually the best professional ghostwriting advice you can give, in most cases.

So it comes down to being as polite as you can, all of the time, to a sea of good, even great honest paying clients. They may pay in advance or through “on spec” when they have money available to pay you through the book publisher, for example. And also to a sea of misfit losers who string you along for months and then, “I found somebody who worked for a year at Marvel Comics, and they are so much better than you (I have contacts over at Marvel myself) WE don’t need you anymore.” That type always gangs up you, period.

So…what can you do as a book ghostwriter service about “bad” clients?

What’s my problem with this? I say “bye bye” to clients like that, and hope for the good ones instead. Ghost Writer, Inc. aims to please everyone involved, each time! I offer book ghostwriter service, but not slave labor. We work on an honor system, where the writers and others I send work out to pay me a small percentage for my job offer referrals. I take the rest of the work on myself, if it isn’t another case of it falling through. I’m very careful how I select my clients, but sometimes you get cheap shot surprises. I’ve had few complaints, though (through the BBB, only two) over the years about our ghostwriter services.

Check out our Ghost Writer, Inc. BBB A+ Accredited Business rating here!

Shafting a Book Ghost Writer is neither good nor productive.

Some of these people are heartbreak cases. They have horrible stories of wisdom on their parts and rank abuse by others. They got through life okay, and they want to take the time to write a book about experiences they need to share with others. But too often, 90% of this crowd doesn’t have any real money to pay either a book ghost writer or an editor – which comes much cheaper if you have a manuscript already written out.

Gasp, some of them want to pay you One Hundred Dollars to completely ghost write an entire book manuscript! A book ghostwriter service has to run as professional book ghostwriters. There is no room for working for peanuts in this profession. There is sometimes wiggle room on negotiating an on spec or percentage payments job. This always has to be for a book with nearly guaranteed sales power. Half the advance goes to the ghostwriter. But while lots of clients scream they have “the next international bestseller!” a lot of these people barely even have a book.

Meanwhile, proffering a mere hundred dollars to ghostwrite a whole book, which is often difficult? This is simple human ignorance. A completely professional, potentially camera ready book manuscript can take anywhere from two months to two years to accomplish. Working solely from someone else’s notes, their ideas or tape transcripts, which take a while to arrange, or even from personal interviews alone (which may involve travel costs) – it’s scary how much costs for the book ghost writer can add up.

How much does it really cost to hire a book ghostwriter service?

So you need to be prepared. Have something real in the nature of a few thousand dollars at least if you want to have a book ghost writer work for you! One who will stay at your back, and keep you heading in the direction you really want to go in. Namely, getting your book written and polished by an expert, and traditionally or self published.

Have something in the five to tens of thousands of dollar range. That is, if you’re willing to hire a seasoned, professional, experienced freelance writer and book ghost writer. One who may have several NYT bestselling book and ghostwriter credits under his or her belt. Once again, I must remind you that we are a paid professional book ghostwriter service. We don’t cut corners. We go all the way for you, as far as possible.

Our pricing may drop to $500-$750 to edit an already existing book manuscript. One which requires only “tweaking,” grammar and spelling corrections. Also some syntax editing and color editing for style, plus some redundancy and fact checking. Really, for $500 you will get decent basic editing, but it will not be flawless, and it will be a rush job.

So you really want to only pay $500 for simple grammar and spelling editing, not full content or developmental editing. You have at least $500-$1,000 USD, we can talk. Or if you have a very short book, such as an ebook of 30-100 pages at most, we can work with you on your pricing. Also, for any length as needed. We do longer books such as 500+ pages; be prepared to spend a good deal of time, effort and money.

Ghost Writer, Inc. is an Affordable Book Ghostwriter Service for Everyone.

Offering book ghostwriter service – it’s a flexible job, with flexible pricing. But an excellent, experience ghost writer doesn’t work for peanuts. And we have been disappointed when a book author client offers “on spec” payment (payment in the future, when the book starts to sell), as either the book publisher or the author client (or both, and other related parties too) refuse to honor our “on spec” Contract and thus refuse or dispute to pay us.

Remember, we are each a book ghostwriter. This is for doing honest work, no matter how it’s spelled. Whether you hire a book ghost writer to edit or create / craft a seamless, sophisticated work of prose, a business book designed to launch you into the global business community or an audience in your field of endeavor, or a timeless fiction novel that will rock the planet, you must see that your book ghost writer gets paid on time, on a regular schedule, and in a decent manner – we are not Slaves!

karen@rainbowriting.com – 425.205.9707 – Click here for our Contact page!

Karen S. Cole

Karen S. Cole runs Ghost Writer, Inc. The best online since 2003. Affordable ghostwriting services. Freelance book editing, professional ghostwriting. Marketing and publishing services. For books, scripts, screenplays and documents. And music, soundtrack and lyrics ghostwriting and editing. GWI has 200+ published, optioned and produced ghost writers, editors, marketers, illustrators, photographers - whatever. Our motto is: You name it, we do it! GWI offers A-list literary agents, self publishing, independent and traditional publishing services. Including nonfiction book proposals, fiction package documents and business book related documents. Whatever you need for affordable ghostwriter rates, inexpensive fees and costs. New York Times bestselling authors, Amazon bestsellers and other award winning ghosts of all kinds. GWI offers a wide range of services, from student ghosts and editors to Amazon bestselling authors, ghosts and Academy Award winning screenwriters. Top level Los Angeles and New York TV and film producers who do pitch and presentation services for pilots and scripts. Independent film producers. Coverage services for scripts. Book coaching, developmental editing, rewriting, book cover creation, illustrations, website copy. Comedy routines and speeches. Wikipedia entries and grants. The skies are the limits!