‘People have always told me I should write a book.’
These are, I’d wager, the ten words a professional ghostwriter most often hears. And that’s fine. It’s what brings clients to our doors. I love the fact that everyone still values the printed word as much as I do too. And long may it continue. But, (and you knew there was a ‘but’ coming, didn’t you?) a ghost will need a lot more information to understand whether or not they are the right person to bring your story to life, whether it is a business book, a life story, or a non-fiction one covering a subject close to your heart.
Ghosting is a collaboration. When you get in touch with a ghost, they will be weighing up you and your story, as much as you are weighing up whether or not they are someone you feel comfortable working with. What is it that both sides are looking for and what is the best way to ensure a perfect (and hopefully bestselling) partnership?