A ghostwriter for business people
So, you want to become an author. Good idea. Writing a book is an effective way to establish yourself as a thought leader, an expert in your field. Of course, not everyone has the skill, time or inclination to write a book. This is why a ghostwriter can help.
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I am an experienced writer of business-related non-fiction. I do not write autobiographies. Topics I have written about include not-for-profit, business coaching, banking, employment law, logistics and aviation.
As a ghostwriter, I put your expertise into words. The material usually comes from talking to you via Skype, the phone or in person. You'll find I'm great to talk to, and I am able to capture the way you talk, your personality — it's your book, after all.
What do you need?
Not all budding authors who approach me have the same needs. So, you'll probably fall into one of three categories:
How much does a ghostwriter cost?
If your book is for business purposes, hiring a ghost writer is an investment and, of course, a tax-deductible expense. So, how much will your investment cost? I'm sure you've heard the term “how long is a piece of string?” Well, pricing a ghostwriting project is a bit like that. It all depends on how much I'm required to do.
What I can say? You need a decent budget — don't bother if price is your only consideration. A simple e-book may cost as little as $1,000 or less; a full-size book could cost in the area of $20,000.
Large projects are usually completed over a period of three to six months. I will provide you a detailed plan of what will be completed each month (interviews and chapters, etc.).
After your book is written, it needs to be published. I work closely with a book publisher. Here’s what they will do:
- layout text and images
- design the cover
- create graphics
- create a digital file that can be submitted to Amazon
- print physical copies of your book.
Do you still want to write a book? Great. Please get in touch.