02 Oct 2018

Why Hire a Ghostwriter to Write Your Book?

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People respect books, and look up to anyone who has the skills to produce one. Yet many books never get written because of a lack of time, motivation or skills. Still more have been started but never finished because life, family, jobs, and time get in the way. So how do you get that book written, the one you want or need, even with all the pressures of daily living?

You can hire a ghostwriter, who can take that idea you’ve had in your mind for years and turn it into a manuscript. You will still need to put in some time for interviews, revisions, reviews and collaboration, but it’s a lot less than doing it all yourself.

Why do people write books anyway?

There are many reasons to write a book. I’ve listed a few below.

  1. Many businesses write a book as a way to promote their products and services. Showing your customers a book that you’ve written (or had ghostwritten) speaks volumes about your credibility, and creates a measure of respect. You’ve probably seen books about such as sales, speech making, how to dress, crafting, and so forth all over Amazon. Many of these were not written to make money by themselves; instead, they make money by selling the business that produced the book.
  2. Some people need to tell the story of their life, a memoir, to pass along the wisdom and lessons that they have learned to their children, friends, and others.
  3. There are imaginative types, people whose minds are full of wondrous visions of the future, the past, or alternate worlds. Their minds are practically exploding with stories that they need to get out into the world, to share with everyone they can.
  4. A few individuals seek to make money directly from a book by including links to web sites with products or services that can be purchased. These work really well with eBooks because the reader can click on a link directly from the book.

But, unfortunately, writing a book, even a short eBook, is a lot of work and requires a high level of creativity and skill with language. That’s where ghostwriting can help; You can take advantage of my ghostwriter services at The Writing King, or you can search the internet and find a ghostwriter that’s right for you.

What can a Ghostwriter do for you?

A ghostwriter can help by saving you time and doing the work for you.

  1. It takes a lot of time to write a book. It can be impossible for many to find the time given the responsibilities of day-to-day survival, a job, and a family.
  2. I’m sure you’ve heard someone say they’ve been working on their novel for decades or they’ve got a dozen stories started but never had time to finish. A ghostwriter has the skills to start, write, and complete a book, so those novels and stories can finally get finished.
  3. A competent ghostwriter can perform research on a wide variety of subjects, enhancing the contents of a book. Doing that research alone can be a time-consuming and labor intensive project, often requiring more time and effort than actually writing the book itself.
  4. Writing a book requires a unique set of skills, just as complex as running a business, leading a group, or building a house. Ghostwriters provide those skills so you don’t have to learn them yourself.
  5. Collaborating on a book can create a finished product which is many times better and more complete than something written by a single person.
Richard Lowe Jr

Richard Lowe Jr

Owner and Senior Writing at The Writing King
Richard is the Owner and Senior Writer for The Writing King, a bestselling author, and ghostwriter. He's written and published 63 books, ghostwritten 20+ books, as well as hundreds of blog articles.
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Richard-Thanks for the article. Great stuff!