Help! I simply cannot write but I want to become an author.

Having a desire to do a thing is one thing while the other is the know-how to achieve what you desire. The most important thing is to have a strong desire to achieve something. In life everything begins with a thought that develops into an idea, which in turn is broken down into titbits for easy achievement.

We should always have it at the back of our minds that most often it is impossible to achieve something single-handed. Books fall in this category. Writing a book takes teamwork, though at the end of the day one or two people may be given credit for the work done.

You want to become an author but simply cannot write, a ghostwriter will come in handy.

A ghostwriter, contrary to common belief, does not write terrifying stories to do with ghosts and the occult world in general. A ghostwriter writes books, blogs, articles, even film scripts and songs on behalf of those who co-opt their services.

A ghostwriter will discuss with you to learn more about you and your story, to write the manuscript using your voice, style, and personality bearing the vision for your book in mind. The ghostwriter will hold a series of interviews to ferret out as much detail and vivid memory from the author-to-be to bring the story to life.

This said, you will have control of the final outlook of the book, the ghostwriter will provide you with a draft copy of the manuscript for purposes of amendments, omissions, and corrections. Here you grasp the opportunity to put the record straight before publishing.

You will not be the first to co-opt the services of a ghostwriter, as a matter of fact, most renowned and bestselling authors have benefitted from their services.

AuthorPad provides professional ghostwriting services, our writers have produced excellent works, some of which have been published internationally. So, why not get in touch and we partner toward achieving your goal of becoming a published author?

“Focus more on your desire than on your doubt, and the dream will take care of itself.” – Mark Twain