“Thanks again, Lee. I doubt I would have gotten to this point without your assistance.”
— Newly published book author
Many Winning Words ghostwriting clients are successful executives, business owners and entrepreneurs who need to reach out and communicate, but are too busy doing what they do best. Others are rising stars who need to be published in periodicals and online to reach that next level of prominence in their fields. Some have valuable content that needs to be communicated effectively to current and potential clients. Several have decided it’s time to write that book they’ve been putting off for too long. A few just need a little coaching to take off on their own. Whatever your story, success will come from Winning Words.
Are you spooked by ghostwriters? People who have never used a ghostwriter have several misconceptions about ghostwriting and the process involved. I wanted to clear the air on some of these because I hear them often. Keep in mind that my explanations below come from how I view ghostwriting and my practice. My goal is to make your “voice” come through in the writing. Whether it’s an article, personal correspondence, a press release, a presentation or an entire book, you are writing through me and I am writing as you. You are the author throughout the process and when it is done, you will see what I mean. You will come away knowing this was your work. The following are five common misconceptions about ghostwriters and the art.
If a ghostwriter tells you he will write something for you for a fee, look for another writer. Again, true ghostwriters don’t write for their clients, they write as them. The goal is to make your “voice” come through in the writing. It’s a process in which the ghostwriter gets to know you, what you value, what drives you, and how you communicate, so that it is you who comes through in the writing.
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