Have you ever thought about writing a book?

Posted: June 2, 2018 in Ghostwriting, Writing

 

Honestly, who hasn’t? I know I have. In fact I have two I’ve written but haven’t published yet. One is done and just needs the finishing touches on it and the other one haunts me day and night because it’s not quite done.

I have lots of “reasons’ for this. Don’t we all? But my reasons are simply a matter of time because as a ghost writer, I have plenty of time to work on writing for my clients, but when it comes to my own work…not so much.

I always dread coming to the end of a project. I know I”ll miss the work and the inevitable friendship that blossoms between me and my client. It can’t be helped. I’ve climbed inside their head and walked around for a very long time. I get under their skin and listen to their story. I obsess with every detail and work and work and work until I find THEIR voice, THEIR thoughts, THEIR emotions and put them into THEIR words.

I do it for them. It’s all about them and I love that. I LOVE helping someone get the story out and then seeing their smiles – and sometime tears – as everything they had bottled up and couldn’t say, is finally out. It was said. It was written and it will live forever, long after they are gone. Their story will continue.

It’s a total rush for both of us.

Everyone has a story or two. Not everyone can express it, but that’s where I come in. There’s a wonderful feeling of being anonymous and being in the background and helping someone shine.

I could tell you some of the stories I’ve written for others, but then I’d have to kill you. OK, not really.

One day I was searching for something online. Up popped a gazillion links on the subject. As I scrolled down the first page on Google, one link caught my eye. I looked again and clicked the link. It brought me to a blog I had written for someone else that I had completely forgotten about! I KNEW the words were familiar. Ha!

I was proud to see my words ranked so high on Google. *twirls and bows*

If you need a ghostwriter, hit me up. I always love meeting people and writing their stories. There’s no drug that compares to the feeling.

So tell me, what story do you want told?

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