Working with a ghostwriter, while a sound investment, isn’t something that everybody can afford. But while the cost of a fully ghostwritten book will be prohibitive to some, this doesn’t mean that aspiring authors can’t get their proposed book to market – far from it.
At a time when the self-publishing industry presents real options for writers – as do the increasingly prevalent ‘author partnerships’, or joint contribution schemes, whereby publisher and writer share the costs associated with publishing – the options available are widening. The difficulty in submitting manuscripts to more traditional publishers, and the ostensible snobbery of many, used to preclude such possibilities. But the authorial landscape is, thankfully, a progressively diverse one. Read more “A Different Way of Skinning the Cat”