Very few Ghostwriters out there know how to write a book that sells. However, we have an exemplary business book ghostwriting team that holds expertise in the subject matter and the capability to convert all your business book ideas into a reality. Hence, our clients can rely on us from the time they get a book publishing idea from scratch to the moment it is published by reputed big 5 publishing houses.
If you're a business leader who wishes to publish your own business book, you're in the right place. Our team contains a top Business Ghostwriter who holds the knowledge and experience to convert your scribble of a book idea into a best-selling business book. Writing a book has never been made any easier with our business book authors. Do you want your business book to stand out? Our proficient business Book Ghostwriter set the right target audience for your book and work in a way that yields quick results. Surviving this competitive world is taxing, but our vast experience in ghostwriting will give you the credibility you need not just to survive but outshine other business leaders of your competition. The process of converting your mere scribbles of ideas into business books that somebody genuinely values may occur as a problem to some people, but our writers hold expertise in carrying out the whole ghostwriting process with elegance.
Years of Experience
Publishing a book is a serious task that needs to be handled by writers who have experience. As a business leader, you might feel insecure during the ghostwriting process.
Trusting a Ghostwriter with your book ideas is not easy, and we understand. Hence, we've made sure only the most trustworthy editors and writers are working on your project so that our clients don't face a single problem and are comfortable throughout the discovery process.
Since our writers have worked on a variety of business books, we are confident that our experience will enable us to convert your ideas into words that matter and a book that not only sells but stands out among the top business books.
Publishing your own book will establish you as a thought leader in your industry and boost your career in a way no one can. So go ahead and select your Book Ghostwriter, and let us begin the ghostwriting process.
Our editors add the final touch to your project by their impeccable editing skills until it is completely ready for publishing.
Contact us now if you have any questions, and get to know the fees for your ghostwriting project.
Reserve your spot by filling a simple brief form, and be instantly welcomed by one of our cordial project managers, who will take in all the information you have to share about your book.
According to the skills required for your book, the best candidates are selected, who thoroughly study the concept from available information. An outline for the book is sent your way for approval.
The writer then begins writing the book with a motivational opener that will hopefully evoke the readers' interest and engage them till the end of the business book. If the author is satisfied with the first chapter, the book is continued according to the previously approved outline. Every single chapter is sent for approval, in the same way, ensuring the entire satisfaction of the author.
We edit the draft in tandem with the writing process. Once written, our editors peruse the whole draft multiple times for a critical review, proofreading, and corrections. The editing step is carried out closely by our team.
Once you approve the entire manuscript, we format it to publishing standards, give it a professional look with fonts, and add some colors to it with illustrations that evoke the reader's interest along with the information they're getting access to.
After the book's final version with text and illustrations together is approved, the publishing of your book is performed. We follow the format you select from all the available options in the market. Besides publishing, we execute a custom promotional strategy for your project.
The cost of hiring a Ghostwriter varies from hours to words and to projects. Moreover, the price depends upon the amount of writing experience the Ghostwriter has. Typically, an inexperienced Ghostwriter will charge less than $1 per word. On the other hand, a professional Ghostwriter from a reputable ghostwriting company will charge you more than $1 per word, but the book would be of better quality.
Choosing the right Ghostwriter for your business book is the most critical decision of an author. First and foremost, as an author, you need to be sure about what you want. Try to note down every key detail of your book, the story (if there is any story), and the points you want your writer to cover in the book. The second step involves choosing the right writer and finding a company, website or place, with experience to find it. You must select a company whose website you understand, whose service you think would serve your book optimally, and one that has served many people or clients. Once you've chosen the right ghostwriting company, you need to have a conversation with the writer. Ask the writer any questions you have and their experience in previous books and authors. Determine whether the writer will be able to connect with the readers the way you want through questions. Ask them to guide you throughout the ghostwriting process, along with the publishing and editing part. If the writers guide you cooperatively, take it as a good sign. Writing, editing, and publishing are all significant factors that comprise a great book. Hence, if the writer is cooperative, can experiment with a variety of writing styles, connect with readers, has experience serving clients, and in production, hire the writer right away!
Suppose you're an author who wants to build a career in writing or even a business person who wants to publish their own book; here is how you can get started. Firstly, you need to pen your motives behind publishing your business book down, as they will keep you motivated throughout the process of writing till the publishing step. Then you need to determine the tone you would be following to connect with your readers optimally and the focus of your business book, whether business products, experience, or guidelines. After that, you need to either find a writer for your book or if you wish to write it yourself. Getting your books written by a Ghostwriter is a more conventional option, as the editing and production part is simplified.
Finding a good ghostwriting service is a challenging task. Among the numerous ghostwriting service providers out there, I decided to give Vanilla Heart Book And Authors a shot due to their numerous services. It is safe to say that it was the best decision I've ever made. From the start of the service till the moment the book was published, I was satisfied throughout. In fact, they kept asking me at all times if I was happy with the quality of service I was receiving, and I most definitely was. I would give them five stars for their outstanding customer service.
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I rarely write reviews, but this goes to the Ghostwriter I hired. The process, from the selection of the writer to the final submission of my book, went smooth. I loved how he stayed engaged and concerned about my story. Thank you for giving an interpersonal touch to the story. Very quick to answer all queries. I am very much satisfied with the quality of the book. Keep up the good job you guys are doing!
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I've always wanted to be an author of a book or multiple books. I got excited after seeing the numerous ghostwriting services this website has to offer. I decided to place an order for a book, not knowing what to expect. I was greeted warmly by every member of the team that after the book had been published, I was kind of sad it is over. I am definitely coming back to them to get more books written by them. I am highly pleased with how they keep assisting their authors throughout the entire process and do not get agitated with our questions. Keep up the good work!
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