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Ghostwriting or do it Yourself by Sherri Rosen

Ghostwriter or do it yourself?
Do you have an amazing book idea? Do you even have marketing skills and incredible vision, but lack the writing ability? Or maybe you never can find the time to write it? Or maybe you have deadlines to meet? If so, then a ghostwriter is the solution. Here are three reasons why.
 
First, Ghostwriters can deliver a quality piece of writing as soon as you need it. Sometimes you can split the workload with them; sometimes they’ll do all of it for you. Regardless, a ghostwriter is someone who can do the actual writing on your behalf. A good ghostwriter is more than capable of producing coherent work for you, and it could be anything. They can write novels, articles and guides. They can craft manuals and cover letters and blogs. The “ghost” does the writing, but your name goes on the book cover as the author. They forego the copyrights to the work in exchange for payment—and no one needs to know that your content was written by someone else, unless you want to.
 
Second, publishers can sometimes find hundreds of manuscripts waiting on their desks every day. In order to stand out as an author, your submission needs to be fresh, gripping, and original. The right ghostwriter can help make your book proposal eye-catching and original for when you send your book for review.
 
Third, good ghostwriters are excellent at researching topics. If you need specialist knowledge, they can get it. Most have BA in the humanities, and thick resume of writing credentials. And they would be more than happy to spend the hours in the library that you don’t have.
 
These are just a few of the benefits of hiring a ghostwriter, but there are many more. Friendships can be forged, networks broadened, and even great art can happen. It doesn’t all have to be business (although the good one’s are always professional and studious). So don’t worry about crossing your “t” or dotting your “i”—keep dreaming and reaching upwards and let the ghostwriter take care of the rest.
Sherri Rosen Publicity, Int’l, NYC.
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