Looking for fantasy writing help?

Fantasy is one of the most popular genres these days among both adult and teen readers, and many people come to us looking to hire a fantasy book writer. This is an area of specialty for us, as we have helped several authors write their fantasy novels.

If you came here to find a professional fantasy book writer, just fill in the form on this page and we will get right back to you.

We take the time to understand your characters and the special world you’ve created. Our job then is to make that world feel real to the reader. We’ll make the characters jump right off the pages. This is what we do best.

Words of praise from our clients

Are we really the best fantasy book writers? Find out for yourself. Here is some of the unsolicited feedback from our book writing clients. (Read more testimonials here.)


I feel right now as if my book is already published and you have written the first–and best–review it could have… All I can say is, thank you! for your professional editing and your wonderful words… Again, I couldn’t be more pleased with your work, and your reaction to the novel itself has given me a great deal of inspiration to continue on to publication.


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.


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 envisioned. Thank you, for your help in making my dream come true. I’m sure that I will be using your services in the future.


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.


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 fantasy ghostwriter

These days, people are coming up with so many great fantasy novel ideas. Here are some reasons they hire a ghostwriter to write their manuscripts and screenplays for them.

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People hire fantasy writers for their skill and expertise

There’s nothing like a pro to give you quality. People hire ghostwriters for their expertise, for their knowledge, for their skill. The result is a much stronger and more professional manuscript than they can write on their own.

A professional fiction writer can help you in several areas, whether your target market is adults, teens or young adults. Here are a few of the more common aspects of fiction that our ghostwriters can help you with:

  • imagery
  • plot twists
  • literary devices
  • internal struggles
  • character development
  • more effective use of words
  • suspense and foreshadowing

A compelling fantasy book whisks readers off into a world of make-believe. We can make your fantasy a reality!

Authors hire fantasy ghostwriters to get organized.

Sometimes, the biggest challenge is organizing your material.

The longer the novel, the harder it is to get organized.

The more characters, the harder it is to get organized.

The more epic the story, the harder it is to get organized. And fantasy novels are often quite epic.

The structure of a novel helps guide readers through the story. Words keep a reader hungry for more, but the structure is what they follow to keep reading. This is as true in fantasy movies as in fantasy books.

An experienced ghostwriter can help you get organized. She can structure your fantasy manuscript so that all the parts of the puzzle fit together in the most compelling order for the reader.

You might hire a fantasy writer to save time.

Life is busy. Many people have great ideas but less great schedules. Delegating the work of writing to a ghostwriter saves time in three ways:

  • The ghostwriter can start right away, so you don’t have to wait.
  • An experienced ghostwriter writes faster than you, so start to finish is quicker.
  • The ghostwriter does the work, so that’s time your don’t have to spend writing.

And outsourcing is also a way to get started quicker. No more procrastination or conflicting priorities. Let the ghostwriter get started on your manuscript or screenplay right now.

We can start today. Send us your idea, and we’ll start the process right away. We can cut a decade of delays down to six months of steady writing. Before you know it, you’re a fantasy author.

Our professional fantasy ghostwriters can write faster than you. It’s what they do all day. The words simply flow faster.

You might hire a fantasy writer just to edit your draft.

You might not want help writing. You might feel that you should be the one to write. Fair enough. But how do you take a good manuscript and make it great?

That’s where a professional editor comes in. We can take a food story and make it better. We can take a good book and make it better. We can take a good screenplay and make it better.

Some authors hire a fantasy ghostwriting service to improve their story.

You might have chosen to write your manuscript on your own. And it might need improvements, not just editing. Maybe it’s missing something. Maybe there are elements that are weak. It might be the dialogue. Or the imagery. Or a sense of flare. Or the depth of the characters.

Whatever is missing, a professional can add it.

Even if you have already self-published, we can make it even better for a second edition. Or to present to a publishing house.

Whatever improvements or embellishments you feel your book needs, a freelance fantasy writing service can help. That’s us. We can help.

How to find a fantasy ghostwriter for hire

If need help writing your fantasy novel, our freelance ghostwriting agency can help. For a free quote on writing your fantasy book or screenplay, tap or click the red button to the right.

 

How to work with a fantasy ghostwriter

Many new authors come to us looking for a fantasy “ghost writer”. Working with a ghostwriter is a collaborative process. Please give precise instructions so that the writer delivers your story exactly how you envisage it. Follow these tips on working with a ghostwriter to make sure you get the novel or screenplay you want.

  • Define the world.
  • What’s the storyline?
  • Define the creatures.
  • Define each character.
  • Choose a point of view.
  • What tone do you want?
  • What’s the moral of your story?
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Define the world in your book.

In the world of fantasy fiction, it’s the worlds that set them apart. Most fantasy authors go to great effort defining their worlds, so that readers can immerse themselves in a totally fantastic realm. Here are a few things to consider:

  • weather
  • vegetation
  • place names
  • how society is run
  • clashes between different societies

A pro fantasy writer can bring your worlds to life. The more guidance you give, the better the worlds in words will reflect the worlds you envisage.

Define the creatures in your book.

As important as the worlds are in fantasy writing, the creatures are just as important. Fantasy covers a wide range of creatures. There is a huge difference between fairies and vampires.

There is also a huge difference between the elves of Middle Earth and the elves of the North Pole. Defining creatures is more than just listing them.

Describe each character for your writer.

Defining the creatures in general terms is not enough. You will have a protagonist and other main characters. You will have antagonists. You might have other central characters.

Readers will want to get to know each character just as well as if they were human. In fact, some of them might be human. Your novel will succeed or fail on the characters you create. They need to be strong. They need to be vulnerable. You have to make them struggle, both with each other and with themselves, as well as with barriers to their quest. And they need to grow through their struggles.

Just as with any other story, your ghostwriter needs to know everything about your characters

  • their fears
  • their habits
  • their dreams
  • how they dress
  • how they move
  • what they look like
  • what they sound like
  • what gets them angry
  • their strengths and weaknesses

Most of all, you need to describe the relationship of each character to the main protagonist and the main antagonist, and how those relationships will evolve through the story.

Your ghostwriter can make all of this up, so don’t worry. But the more information you provide the writer, the more your characters will be as you envisage them.

Give your ghostwriter the plot.

Although fantasy revolves around the worlds and the creatures that inhabit them, no story stands without a solid plot. What’s your storyline?

Every story also has several sub-plots. For instance, there is often romantic tension between two of the main characters. One of the characters might struggle with inner demons, such as:

  • guilt
  • anger
  • self-esteem issues

Make sure to explain the details of each sub-plot or side story, and how each one contributes to the main plot.

You should describe the main plot and all sub-plots with:

  • a beginning
  • an end point
  • how the protagonist gets from beginning to end
  • outside forces that throw the main characters off course
  • outside forces that propel the main characters forward
  • internal struggles that affect the movement from beginning to end

Your readers will follow these storylines. Through them, they will build an affinity for your characters and ride their tides of emotion. Make sure your writer understands the nuances of each sub-plot.

Choose a point of view (POV) for your book.

Through whose eyes will readers view the story? Sometimes, it is through the narrator’s eyes. Usually, it is through the protagonist’s eyes. However, it can be seen from the point of view of the villain or the hero’s sidekick or somebody else. Or the point of view could switch back and forth. The choice is yours.

Whatever point of view you want, make sure that your ghostwriter knows exactly how you want to manage that.

Explain your desired tone to your ghostwriter.

You might want a dark tone or a light tone. You might have some other tone in mind. Optimistic or pessimistic. Happily ever after or confusing.

Make sure your writer knows the tone you want to set.

What’s the moral of your story?

Not every story has a moral to it. But people will draw conclusions. So, if you want them to walk away with one conclusion rather than the other, tell your writer.

How to find a fantasy writer for hire

Need help from a professional fiction ghostwriter? For a free quote on writing your fantasy book, tap or click the red button to the right.

 

Sample books we have written

Although many authors who have hired us as ghost writers or editors for their novels remain confidential, here are some samples of books (fiction and non-fiction) we have permissions to share.

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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 fantasy ghostwriting service

Our professional fantasy ghostwriters are for hire, standing ready and willing, at your service. If you are searching for the best fantasy novel writer, let us know how we can help you by completing the form on this page.

FIVE QUESTIONS THIS PAGE IS MEANT TO ANSWER

  1. Where can I find a fantasy book writer? (ANSWER: We have fantasy specialists on our team.)
  2. How can I hire a fantasy book writer? (ANSWER: Fill in the form to the right and we can start the process for you.)
  3. I am looking for a freelance writer for my novel. (ANSWER: Our writers are all freelancers. They work with you, dedicated to you…but first pre-screened and tested through us.)
  4. How much does it cost to hire a fantasy writer? (ANSWER: The price to write your fantasy story will depend on several factors, including how many words you want and the nature of the story. If you send in the form to the right, we will get back to you with a free quote.)
  5. Will my book be a bestseller? (ANSWER: We can write you a manuscript good enough to be a bestseller. It’s up to you to take it from there. Fill in the form to the right to take that first step.)