How to Become or Find a Ghostwriter for Books

Have you ever read an autobiography written by a celebrity or public figure?

The book probably talked about the person’s childhood and explained what their life was like growing up. You might have laughed at anecdotes from the person’s early career, or gotten chills as you saw a peek behind the scenes at the celebrity’s most well-known moments.

When you close the book at the end, a good autobiography will make you walk away feeling like you personally know the subject.

But what would you think if you knew that the “author” didn’t write the book at all?

That’s what ghostwriting is. And it’s far more common than you might think. Whether you’re looking for someone to ghostwrite a book for you, or you want to ghostwrite a book for somebody else, this blog post has all the information you need to know. Read on to learn how to get started with a ghostwriter.

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How to Publish a Book: Your Go-To Guide to Becoming an Author

Publishing a book is easier than you may think. These days, you have a variety of options available to you on ways to get your book published.

With my experience as a published author of over 80 books, I have created this guide on how to write and publish a book so you too can have the tools you need to become a published author.

I will explain how to publish a book using self-publishing and traditional publishing methods.

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Become a Published Author: How to Write and Publish Your Book

Many people dream of one day becoming an author and publishing a book. 

You might even be one of them!

If so, you may already have a topic in mind, or you might have even started writing your masterpiece.

And if you don’t have anything in the works yet, don’t worry. Most people interested in a career as an author don’t know where to start and some may even find the possibility of becoming published out of reach.

But after years of people asking me, “How can I become an author who has published a book?” I’m excited to share with you that it is more attainable than you may think.Read more

How to Write a Book Title

One of the most important assets of your book is the title. 

Truth is, the title of your book has the power to dictate if people will actually pick it up and read it. So while it is important to know how to write like a bestseller, your book’s title shouldn’t be an afterthought.Read more

How to Get Over Writer’s Block

Whether you are a new or seasoned writer, odds are you have come to a point in your writing journey where the magic seems to just run out.

For example, have you ever faced a creative block, preventing you from seeing the development of a story, or even being able to start it? Or did your ideas seem to have disappeared or any new ones rendered creatively useless?

This type of frustration and lack of creative ability isn’t uncommon.

This is called writer’s block, and almost every writer — even the great ones — experiences it at one point or another.Read more

How to Write a Book: 14 Steps to Put You on the Path Towards Becoming a Bestseller

I think you’ll agree with me when I say we all have a great book idea burning inside of us.

In fact, most of us dream about learning how to write a book.

We imagine how writing a bestseller will change our lives. How it will advance our careers. How it will make us an authority.

According to writer Joseph Epstein, “81 percent of Americans feel that they have a book in them — and should write it.”

The catch is many don’t actually make it to the writing phase.

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How To Make an Outline for a Book

Writing a book is an invigorating venture. Making your mark on the world, sharing your creativity or expertise, recording history — these are all momentous reasons why many people strive to write a book.

But it can also become arduous at times when thoughts don’t flow, time is limited, doubt creeps in, or inspiration lags. If you’ve felt this way about writing your book, you’re not alone. Most people who dream of writing a book hit a wall at some point — or sadly don’t finish at all.

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