Ghostwriting

Ghostwriting takes several forms and can include all or a fraction of a manuscript. Specific information from the client is an important part of the process for this to be successful.

Non-fiction – Client provides background information, facts, names, locations, and all relevant information to create the materials. Frequent phone consultation is required to accurately reflect the tone of voice, structure, intent, and content. Additional research requires an extra fee.

Fiction – Client provides a basic outline of the manuscript and other background information, list of character names and settings, plot intention, and all relevant information to create a manuscript. Frequent phone consultation is required to accurately reflect tone and point of view, structure, intent, and other standard fiction requirements.

Ghostwriting 1 Information in the form of notes is available – plot outline, character profiles, settings, genre, target audience from the client – and needs organization. This includes some of the items under developmental coaching. The editor writes a percentage of the manuscript as agreed before initiating the work.

Ghostwriting 2 – Information in the form of notes is available from the client – plot ideas, character profiles, settings, genre, target audience and needs to be written into a book. Ghostwriting to bring the client’s voice to life requires extensive time in phone discussions and meetings, reviewing developmental ideas, drafting outlines, collecting research materials, and full document writing.

Ready to move forward with your story and need assistance, send the following information and let’s discuss the possibilities.