Is 2014 the year you write and publish your first book? With the help of a ghostwriter or developmental editor, it sure could be.
There’s a pretty strong likelihood that you have at least one idea for a book that will help your clients better understand finance, economics or insurance. It doesn’t matter whether you’re having trouble getting past the idea phase, have progressed to the outlining stage or are stuck with a completed manuscript that isn’t quite ready for prime time, a ghostwriter and/or developmental editor can give you the help you need to get that project moving and published.
Here are some ways I can help you do just that in 2014:
1. If you’re in the idea stage, I can help you outline the book and start writing it.
2. If you’re in the outline stage, I can help make sure the flow is right, that there is a cohesive narrative, there are no gaps in information and that your overarching goals for the project are accomplished by the content within. I can then begin to write the sections covered in your outline and bring the book to life.
3. If you’ve written the first draft of your book—congratulations! That’s a major accomplishment. Now it’s time to get another pair of eyes on it in the capacity of an editor. As your editor, I can make sure the writing is consistent; I can fill in gaps where more information is needed; I can ensure that the order of the chapters makes sense, and more. As a final step, I can coordinate with a proofreader to get one last pair of eyes on the text to catch typos.
You don’t have to get your book publish-ready by yourself. You can hire an experienced professional who will make your book exactly the way you dreamed it would be—and 2014 can be the year your business, finance or insurance book hits the shelves and starts educating readers.
As a financial writer, ghostwriter and developmental editor, I would love to help get your book published next year. Email me for more information!