Ghostwriting is a form of writing that has been created by someone in an undisclosed fashion. They are ‘invisible’ and not credited as the author—a ghost. A person would normally employ a ghostwriter (or ‘ghost writer’) to help them write their book but there are no restrictions on what can be ghostwritten, to include film screenplay, stage plays, letter writing, musical compositions, and essays.
Why would you hire a ghostwriter? Because you don’t know where to begin, how to do it or have the time!
Our team of writers have worked on novels, memoirs, screenplays and non-fiction books as ghostwriters. Whatever your project is, pitch the story to us at the Contact page and we will find you a writer to match!
With memoirs and autobiographies, we work closely with our clients in order to understand their perspectives, thoughts, and feelings: so to seek and create the right tone and language to fit their personality. It requires time, patience, and an attuned understanding of the individual in order to find this voice. Only that will make the piece their own. Sometimes, people do not have a voice, or know how to voice a book. We can help with this too. A good ghostwriter is someone who is observant, intuitive, detailed, and creative. They are able to practice ‘active listening’.
We run a weekly blog teaching people how to write and work as a ghostwriter and how to become a ghostwriter in your spare time. Please follow The Ghostwriter Blog for on-going information, tips and tricks.
To find out what we can offer you or how to hire one of our writers as your ghost—get in contact. Due to the nature of ghostwriting, most of our work cannot be listed but we can send you samples privately.