Why Use A Ghostwriter?
It's a fact: Many of the most popular books and screenplays were written by people whose names never appeared on the cover or in the credits. Even full-time, professional writers often submit work that has been rewritten by a dedicated author/ghostwriter, rendering it suitable for proofreading and publication.
Here's another fact: Talented and well-trained writers are rejected by publishers every day—and they never learn why! Most of the time, publishers simply send the author a note stating, “It’s not what we’re looking for right now.”
Frustrating? You bet. How on earth can you make the revisions necessary for publication when publishers and agents fail to specify the changes they require?
You must invest in your work before others do
Don’t give agents, publishers or studios any excuse for not buying your work!
Put yourself on the other side of the desk for a moment. You--the editor or agent--receive two submissions. Each work offers interesting, marketable ideas. The first submission has been honed to near-perfection by a pro. The second, burdened with myriad issues of story and structure, will require hundreds of hours of work before it's ready for proofreading.
Which would you choose?
Publishers must invest considerable time in bringing a rough manuscript up to standard before they may offer it as a viable product. Naturally, those works that require only a modest investment in editorial work will be favored.
To be blunt, the most efficient way for the first-time author to address these challenges is to invest in a ghostwriter; if you don’t believe strongly in your idea, why should anyone else?
The good news? If you hire a pro who is dedicated to helping you produce a competent, professional book manuscript or film script, you will greatly increase your odds for success.
The EditGhost is your best choice
Here is one crucial point for your consideration: Most editing services are "groups" of freelancers (many of whom are not published authors or paid screenwriters), from which one will be chosen to churn out your book or screenplay.
The EditGhost always personally writes your book or screenplay (expert associates participate in the editing phase). Writing is not farmed out to unpublished freelance "writers."
"I promise personal, dedicated and meticulous writing by my own hand."
- The EditGhost
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