Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: What kind of writing do you do?

A: The GhostWriter writes biographies, memoirs, business books, sales books, family histories, corporate histories, website copy, fiction, and business blogs. The GhostWriter can even review your manuscript for you.

Q: What do you charge for your services?

A: The GhostWriter charges for his writing by the word. This rate can vary a little, however, depending on the level of effort required. The GhostWriter also charges an initial retainer of $3000 for all book projects. For more information on how much your book might cost, please contact The GhostWriter today.

Q: How long does it take to write a book?

A: This answer depends on the length of the book, the amount of material already written or gathered, and the amount of work The GhostWriter will have to do. Book projects can require anywhere from two to six months to complete, with three months being the average.

Q: Besides books, what kind of other materials have you written?

A: The GhostWriter has written newspaper articles, manuals, learning texts, proposals, print ads, website copy, ad copy, and technical manuals.

Q: Will you sign a confidentiality agreement or non-disclosure agreement?

A: No one in publishing who is legitimate will ever try to steal your idea. But if you must have something in writing, The GhostWriter will sign any confidentiality agreement or NDA you may have. Just know that only novices to publishing demand that prospective agents, publishers, and ghostwriters keep their manuscript confidential. A good way to get your manuscript tossed out when you send it to a publisher is to make such a demand. 

Do you have a question that isn't addressed here? Feel free to contact The GhostWriter and he’ll try to answer it.