Professional book writers for hire

We specialize in writing book manuscripts.  Whether you need a co-author or a ghostwriter, or just need help stringing the right words together, we are happy to be of service.

We can take your story or idea and write a compelling and engaging manuscript to suit your goals, whether those goals are to move mountains, build a reputation, leave a legacy or simply to entertain.  Our writers are passionate about everything they do; that’s why they will give you 110 percent!

 

Our writers have experience writing almost every genre of book for people just like you:

  • how-to
  • fantasy
  • romance
  • mystery
  • business
  • self-help
  • adventure
  • Christian
  • true crime
  • biographies
  • science fiction
  • historical fiction

And many more – yes, even children’s books.  We carefully match your needs with the ideal writer from our team. To help find the perfect book writer for your manuscript, just fill in the form on this page.

Please note – when you hire a book writer from THGM, you will build a close one-on-one relationship with your writer.  You will get his/her complete personal attention.

Praise for our book writers

We don’t claim to have the best book writers – we let our satisfied clients tell you instead. (Read more testimonials here.)

Samuel DiMatteo – children’s book author

The book, ‘The High-Tech Gooseneck Putter,’ is at the publishers. Outskirts Press reviewer wrote that the story was unique and well crafted. He continued, ‘A Fun Read.’ I can’t write enough praises for Kristin Johnson, her being and writing skills. I would make a suggestion and she would put it into words, what I in visioned. Thank you, for your help in making my dream come true. I’m sure that I will be using your services in the future.

Maya – novelist

Oh wow, I am crying. It is beautiful. And I am not just saying that because it is my book and all. It flows smoothly. I am pleased. I am confident I will land a contract with that. Now I feel confident. I didn’t feel that confidence before with my manuscript. Being a writer, I know that my manuscript didn’t have the smoothness I was aiming for. Thanks so much.

Lena – autobiography client

Thank you so much; you are amazing…I have read some of the later chapters and am amazed. It’s great. That will give them something to talk about. There is a lot from to study there and I must get the facts right before I claim it as my book. But over the few weeks, I shall do so. It’s very late now and I cant read anymore as I am tired and overwhelmed. You are great. Thanks again. Will be in touch once I have read the whole thing again and probably with some changes. Those last few chapters are red hot.

John – satisfied author in Switzerland

Thank you so much for this fantastic work. I’m extremely impressed , not only by the top-notch quality of the writing and managing to adapt to the “voice” of the other stories but also your ability to have completed this project in such short time. I love the way you’ve managed to amend and convert these stories to such fascinating and page-turner book. Thanks also for the outstanding query letter and synopsis.

Denise Reccia – self-help author

I am very very happy with the outcome! Debra was fabulous to work with and an amazing person! I highly recommend her for future projects. She will definitely be my choice again.

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Why people hire a book ghostwriter service

There are many reasons for hiring a ghostwriter agency for your next book. Here are some of the reasons authors and would-be authors have shared with us.

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Time is a key reason to hire a ghostwriter.

Books take time to research. Books take time to organize. Books take time to write. Most people lead busy lives and can’t find the time to write their books. They hire a ghostwriter to make better use of their time and to get their book written, even when they can’t find the time.

Entrepreneurs, such as real estate agents and small business owners, find that hiring a ghostwriter is particularly helpful for them.

The amount of work that goes into writing a book is not always obvious. But if you’ve tried to write a book, you might already have a taste of the amount of work involved. That’s what we’re here for. We can shorten the time-to-publish, both because we can write books more efficiently and because we won’t have other, more urgent priorities to focus on.

Here is what some authors have told us about hiring a book writer to save time:

  • ”I don’t have time for writing.”
  • “I’d like to share my story. However, I don’t have the time, knowledge, or inclination to write a book.”
  • “I can’t find the time to start my book. I need help.”
  • “I have very serious ideas for the overall arch but i just don’t have the time since I’m working, in college, and interning.”

Authors hire professional book writers to get started.

The time to write the manuscript is just one aspect of time. Sometimes, just finding the time to get started is an author’s biggest challenge. Again, this is especially true for busy entrepreneurs and executive. With so many other priorities, one’s book often suffers from “to-do list creep”, continually being pushed further down the to-do list. Let’s face it, when will you ever find a big enough block of time, spanning dozens of weeks, to write your book? At some point, you need to say:

“I have to find a ghostwriter to get started on my book.”

That’s where we come in. We remove the writing from your to-do list and get the project started. You will still have to answer questions along the way and provide feedback as we write. But that will come in smaller increments, and we’ll be there to prompt you as we write.

Here is how some authors have told us they need to hire a book writer to get started:

  • ” I have organized 280 pages of writing and research. I need it reorganized into a book.
  • “We’ve been discussing having his stories compiled in some fashion but not certain how to string them together for a captivating book.”
  • “I wanna write a psycho thriller . Though I have basic story in mind but I don’t know how to convert it into a book.”

People find book ghostwriters for their expertise.

Many of our clients can write great letters and memos and ore skilled at interpersonal communications. But the skill set needed to write a book is completely different.

Whether you are writing fiction or non-fiction, how-to or self-help, or just the story of your life, a professional book writer can create a manuscript that takes the readers along the voyage you intend for them.

We’ll assign the right ghostwriter to your project. Some writers work well with fiction; some don’t. Even among fiction writers, some can write any genre, while others might be specialists in thrillers, romance, sci fi, fantasy, young adult, etc.

Some writers work well with finance and business topics; some don’t. Some work well with health and well-being topics; others don’t. You’ll get the ghostwriter that best matches your needs.

Some authors have told us they need to hire a professional book writer for their skill and expertise:

  • ” I would need my Ghostwriter partner to assist with everything but I will allow them to lead the project. Their advice is most important to me.”
  • “I want it to sound a bit more professional than how I did it.”
  • “However, 1/ I’m not a writer and 2/ English is not my first language although I tried to write in English. So I need a ghost writer to take over, edit the stuff I’ve done, add the “meat” and finish this up for me.”
  • “I have a technical background and literature is not my forte.”
  • “I have complete the manuscript but I would like a writer to strengthen the flow, wording, context or anywhere that needs improvement.”

How to find a book ghostwriter for hire

We’ve already done the triage for you. We’ve picked the writers who can deliver excellent product while treating you like a king or queen. Those are our top two assets, and that’s what you get with us that you won’t find at every ghostwriting agency. For a free quote to ghostwrite your book, tap or click the red button to the right.

 

How to work with a professional book writer – helpful tips for authors and entrepreneurs

Working with a book ghostwriter is different than writing your book on your own. You have all your ideas in your head. Your ghostwriter will have to learn all your ideas and preferences before starting to write. Here are some tips to help you get the most out of your ghostwriting experience.

How to work with a book ghostwriter

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Authors come to us with a variety of projects, such as:

Define the prime audience for your book.

Every book is written for a very specific audience. You might be tempted to say “everyone”. While it’s fine to hope that everybody will read your book, writing to everybody is like writing to nobody. It’s like standing in the subway and talking. Unless you are addressing someone in particular, nobody will respond. They’ll just think you’re some crazy person speaking to yourself.

Ideally, you can give your audience a complete persona – name, age, gender, career, etc. This is important when you write your book yourself. When hiring a ghostwriter, the persona becomes even more important as a means of communicating your audience to the ghostwriter. You might be able to picture your reader in your mind, but you have to communicate that picture to the writer.

Define the goals of your book.

What do you want your readers to get out of your book? You should be able to articulate this in a single sentence. Then you might want to add a couple more sentences to explain in a little more detail.

The same process applies to each chapter or section of the book. In a how-to or self-help book, each chapter should have a lesson or a take-away, some key point that you want readers to learn. Usually these are practical steps to achieving some result.

In fiction and biography, the take-aways might come in groups of chapters. They are more likely emotions. For example, in the first chapters of most books, the goal is to develop an understanding of and an affinity with the protagonist. The roller coaster of emotions will be different in a romance than in a fantasy, and different still in an action adventure, in a mystery or in a thriller.

Place each item in a timeline.

If your material is well-organized, your ghostwriter will do a better job of making your message coherent. For most books, this means preparing a timeline of all key points. Even if your story is not written chronologically, the timeline ensures that the writer understands the cause, effect and coincidence of various events.

Include any historical events that might have a bearing on the story. If a country where a story takes place goes to war, that will color the mood and the conversations of the characters, even if the war does not touch them directly.

The more detailed your timeline, the better. The timeline will help your ghostwriter follow the story and catch all the details. Most importantly, the writer won’t be confused. Keep in mind that if the writer lacks clarity on any point, the reader will most likely also be confused.

When sending documents, such as chapter notes or character descriptions, send each one separately in a separate email with a clear subject line with the title of the document. The timeline should, whenever possible, include the titles of those documents.

Provide timely feedback on each chapter.

This is how we work: when a chapter is drafted, your ghostwriter will send you what she has written. Regardless of how you’ve arranged to work with your ghostwriter, your timely feedback will ensure a smooth writing process from chapter to chapter.

If you decided that work on your manuscript should stop until the ghostwriter receives your feedback, timeliness is especially important. You don’t want too much interruption in the writing process.

If you decided that work on your manuscript should continue while you review each chapter, feedback should still be timely. If the writer has to backtrack or search for where she left off, then try to get back in your characters’ frames of mind, still recalling all that was previously written, things can go missing.

If you decide you want changes to a chapter, those edits might affect the next chapter already being written. If the ghostwriter is fast and you delay, the drafts could get several chapters ahead of your review. If at that point you ask for revisions it would mean a lot of extra work for the writer. It would also put at risk the smooth flow of the manuscript, much like a road that gets patched too many times instead of having a single coat of fresh asphalt.

Whatever your arrangement, your timely feedback will be to your advantage, because your manuscript will flow better if the writing process flows better.

Give comments in track changes.

Editors provide comments in track changes in Microsoft Word for several reasons:

  • It makes even the addition of a space or comma or period easy to find.
  • The writer can hop from one item to the next without searching.
  • It is 100 percent clear what changes are being requested.
  • It is equally clear that a comment is related to a specific section of text.

Use track changes when sending feedback or comments to your ghostwriter.

If you want big-picture changes, such as a change of point of view or of tone, those will need a fuller explanation. Sometimes a separate email for each such issue can be helpful. Or even a voice conversation. Hopefully by the second chapter, such macro issues have all been ironed out.

Questions of libel

Your ghostwriter is a writer, not legal counsel. For all legal questions, including libel, consult an accredited attorney.

Will this be “true crime” or a factual account, with the real names and places for all the world to see? Or will it be a fiction based on a true story? Or it will be a true story with names, places and identifying features changed to protect the innocent (and the nervous)?

Your ghostwriter is in charge of implementing your decisions. If you plan to name names or keep places and events anonymous, your ghostwriter will take care of that for you. You just have to make the decision before the writing starts.

How to find a book writer for hire

For a free quote on ghostwriting your book, fiction or non-fiction, tap or click the red button to the right.

 

Sample books we have written or edited

Although many clients have hired us as ghost writers for books, here are some samples of books we have written or edited that we are at liberty to reveal.


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  • book cover ASIM: Servant of Two Masters, by D.W. Smith
    HISTORICAL FICTION: In 1453 Turkey, Mehmed the Conqueror has just defeated the Byzantine Empire and a new era called the Ottoman Empire is ushered in.
  • book cover Breast Cancer; The Sun Will Rise, by Pamela S. Barron
    SELF HELP: Breast cancer survivor Pamela Barron describes life with metastatic breast cancer and continuous chemo treatment for seven years
  • book cover War of the Staffs, by Kathryn Tedrick and H.P. Stephenson
    FANTASY: A fresh new series for all those who love dragons, wizards, elves, dwarves, and mayhem.
  • book cover Amazing Adventures of a Nobody, by Leon Logothetis
    MEMOIR: A personal tale of travel and adventure in the real world.
  • book cover Sit Crooked and Speak Straight, by Stephane J. McGrane
    BUSINESS: A primer for anyone wanting to conduct buisiness susccessfully in the Arabian Penninsula.
  • book cover The High-tech Gooseneck Putter, by Samuel DiMatteo & Kristin Johnson
    CHILDREN: Meet Sami DeMani, a Canada gander with a legendary golf game. He’s on track to win the prestigious Waterfowl Tour — and put his nemesis, the ruthless Pete Swan Lake, in his place once and for all.
  • book cover The Missing Cub, by Darcy Fast with Jonathan Kravetz
    AUTOBIOGRAPHY: A baseball autobiography.
  • book cover The Biracial Bondage, by Joe Bama
    SOCIETY: Exploring the struggle of biracial people and couples, as seen through the eyes of both white and black people.
  • book cover Eradonis: Legend of the Black Rose, by Narisha Rajnandan
    FANTASY: First in a series of books featuring sorcery and magic spells.
  • book cover My Life With an Unsung Hero, by Vesta Sithole
    BIOGRAPHY: The post-humus biography of the Reverend Ndabaningi Sithole, a hero of the Zimbabwean struggle for independence.
  • book cover The Genesis One Code, by Daniel Friedmann
    SCIENCE, RELIGION: Calculations demonstrate a clear alignment between the times of key events described in the creation narrative in the Book of Genesis with those derived from scientific theory and observation.
  • book cover Time Craft, by Mark A. Ely
    SCIENCE FICTION: A time-travel story of adventure and scientific imagination.
  • book cover Prosperity Pains, by Ralph Allen
    RELIGION: A look into the pitfalls of Prosperity Christianity.
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Best book writers for hire

Our ghostwriters are for hire, standing ready and willing, at your service.  If you are looking for the best book writer, let us know how our book ghostwriting services can help you by completing the form on this page.

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  1. I am looking for a book writer; how do I find a book writer?  (ANSWER: You have found several top-quality writers.  Just fill in the form on this page to get started.)
  2. Should I hire a professional ghostwriter for my book? (ANSWER: Yes, your book will have much more success if it is professionally written.)
  3. How much does it cost to write my book? (ANSWER: It depends on many factors, but typically a manuscript over 50,000 words will cost over $10,000. Please fill in the form on this page for a free quote.)
  4. Can I afford to hire a book writer? (ANSWER: Writing a book is a lot of work and it is not cheap.  But we do offer payment plans.)
  5. Is this the best professional book writing service?  (ANSWER: We thinks so, and so do our clients.  Read what they say here.)