Book Manuscript Writer
You should hire a book manuscript writer to assist you in preparing your book for publication.
By Karen S. Cole – differently-abled book ghostwriter, semi-retired.
I run a ghostwriting services agency that charges affordable rates.
What is a book manuscript writer? Is it a book author, someone writing their own book? Or is it someone an author hires to write a book for them?
Well, it’s both, in fact, because a book manuscript writer is really anyone who writes a manuscript, such as a novel, memoir, biography or autobiography, or any fiction or nonfiction book. A book ghost writer or ghostwriter is a book manuscript writer, for example.
When writing a book manuscript, there are many things you should keep in mind. First of all, you must always write for your audience. Don’t just write a book for yourself; what’s the point? If you want other people to read, like and appreciate your work, you shouldn’t write it to please only you. Write with specific other people in mind. You should research the book market, finding out what types of people are likely to buy and read the kind of book you’re writing, involving the ideas you’re expressing.
If I hire a book manuscript writer, what else must I do?
A book manuscript writer or author must also appreciate the manner in which the manuscript is written. In order to pass muster and become commercially published, the original manuscript will need to pass through quite a few hands. You need to ensure that the manuscript reads in a grammatically correct manner. And that it is not full of spelling, grammar and syntax or word order errors.
You must fact check your work, to make sure that facts and nuances such as the spelling of character names, the placement of events and the times they occur, et al, jibe together and are consistent. Once you have fully gone over your manuscript, it will be ready to present to the ever-wary literary agents and commercial book publishers.
But what if you have gone over it, again and again, getting eye-tired? You should consider hiring the services of a professional book editor. A book manuscript writer or author can tire out after the twelfth time of reading it over, so it’s best to hire someone who can do the final editing for you. A book editor, for a reasonably low price, can do this without straining your eyes or mind any further, while boosting your edited version of the manuscript into a polished, precise version that will work.
When I hire a ghostwriter, what am I getting exactly?
Finally, as a book manuscript writer, you probably want your book to sell remarkably well, or at least you want to push a few dozen copies on the general public, so that you feel redeemed and fulfilled as an author. So you might hire a professional book marketer or promoter, who can assist you with special services to help you sell your completed, published book. Such as a book sales website, flyers, arrangements for interviews and radio ads, book signings, podcasts, etc.
There are literally thousands of things you can do to sell your book. So get out there and start your campaign. It’s usually best to begin the process even before your book is written. So as a book manuscript writer, it’s your job to find markets, touch people’s hearts and resources. And to get those new book sales coming in!