Can you visulalise yourself stood in front of a pile of books, handing out copies in exchange for a fee? Or maybe you have a picture in your mind of future generations sitting gripped as they subconsciously learn from your life experiences? If either of these scenarios applies, read on. Our affordable and unique ghostwriting services might just be the thing you’re looking for.
For a fee that’s affordable for all, we will write a 50-60,000 word manuscript and guide you through the publication process. You could be holding your own paperback in as little as six weeks.
The above quote is from the Derby Telegraph. It was sent in reply to an email, asking if they’d be interested in publishing a feature article chronicling a local man’s charity work. Newspaper editors need to know what people are interested in or their jobs could be in jeapoardy. In short, unless you’re a famous figure or you have an eye-catching headline, no-one other your friends and family will bat an eyelid. The Writerry has the perfect solution.
Many famous works of fiction have been biographical. The most notable of these is Dickens’ David Copperfield. By telling it as fiction, you can publish your memoirs as a paperback that people everywhere will pay to read. Everyone enjoys reading stories. Pitch yourself to the newspaers as a new local author and they’ll be much more likely to give you column space.
Here’s what Janet had to say about her autobiographical fiction:
Everyone thinks it’s brilliant. I think it’s very clever – and creative- how you’ve told the story.
I wasn’t expecting the satire, but when I read it I couldn’t stop laughing. You can just imagine them ( Tony Blair and his cabinet) sat round a table saying those things.
As I’m getting on in life, I wanted people to know my side of the story. I’m very pleased with the outcome and would recommend The Writerry to anyone.
If this sounds agreeable so far, why not get a free sample? Just pop a few paragraphs of notes in an email and send it to Terry@ghostwritingservices.co.uk. I’ll get back to you ASAP and if you think we could work in partnership, we’ll take it from there. You have nothing to lose by giving it a go.
Alternatively, read on to discover how our service will progress your story from scrawled notes to paperback in six steps.
The initial meeting usually takes place in a coffee shop or bar somewhere. I can meet you in London, any other part of the UK or on Skype. This is essentially a bonding session. In and around the jokes, you’ll tell me your story and your motives for wanting to write a book. One thing I always ask is ‘What message do you want to convey to the reader?’ This will form the book’s theme. I may or may not ask you to sign a contract at this stage, depending on how far down the line we’ve gone before meeting up.
An hour or so later, we’ll have agreed on a course of action. Usually this involves you going home and sending me some notes in an email.
Armed with your notes, I’ll draft some ideas for characters and a basic plot to weave around the facts. With the concept agreed, I’ll then get back to you with a scene by scene break down. Or you could take full responsibility for the creative process and produce these ‘beats’ yourself.
We’ll meet up for regular updates and some creative brainstorming.
Our services, combined with your story and theme, will result in the kind of writing that most people love to read. I like books that stand the test of time, because these change the way you see the world. It’s no coincidence that my own autobiographical fiction was considered to have ‘literary merit’ and published by a literary publisher. These are the books that are read in schools, colleges and universities.
Once the manuscript is complete and signed off, we can devise a marketing plan to get people excited.
For an additional cost, we can typeset your book, create a cover and publish it to Amazon.
Use the live chat box to obtain an instant provisional quote or to have your questions answered. Alternatively, contact us or ring 07541 485062 to begin your literary journey today.