How can you know what a ghostwriter charges for their work?
Recently, you may have been thinking of your New Year’s Resolutions, looking at your bucket list, or rewriting your goal list for 2020. One of your goals may be to write a book and become an author because of the many benefits of becoming an author can bring to the table.
If you work a full-time job, don’t like to write, or would like to write but have writer’s block consistently, you may want to consider hiring a ghostwriter. See my previous post about what a good ghostwriter can do for you and your new book.
Before you tie the knot about hiring a ghostwriter, you’ll want to know how much they are going to charge. There are several different options to pay a ghostwriter - and each ghostwriter will have their preferred payment available to you in a proposal after you speak with them about what jobs you would like them to perform to get your book finished.
By the Project
Ghostwriters can give you a project cost for the entire book. They should have a detailed list of what will be involved in writing your book, how much each part
What does a ghostwriter do?
You may have heard about ghostwriters, but aren’t sure what they do for their clients. The easiest way to explain what a ghostwriter does is to give you an example.
A small business owner, Jill, wants to write a book about her work as a human resources expert. Why does she want to write a book? Being a published author gives you credibility and notoriety for your work. You are seen as a legitimate professional in your field when you’ve written a book. Additionally, becoming an author also opens you up to many more speaking engagements.
Do you have to write a book to be an expert? No. Will you have less recognition? Yes. The fact is, being an author gives you a considerable advantage over others in the same field and