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Whether you are too busy to write your memoir, whether you do not have the skills and are not interested in acquiring them or whether you simply want to have the ease and  assurance of working with a seasoned writer, working with a ghostwriter is a great option.

Below are articles that will guide you through various aspects of working with a ghostwriter. The relationship is a dynamic and rewarding one. A good ghostwriter will not only write and polish your memoir but will help you to understand your story better than you may now.

Working with a ghostwriter, at its best, is an active undertaking with you and your ghostwriter in a creative, tandem relationship. It is an investment in your legacy.

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A Consumer's Guide to Ghostwriting Services

Five Questions to Check a Memoir Ghostwriter’s References

Hiring a memoir ghostwriter will lead to a long-term relationship. This relationship will cost you money. It will also cost you time and energy. It is reasonable that you want it to function smoothly and well. Of course, you ask the writer for references, but are they reliable? Here are five areas of questions you […]

Saving Money with a Ghostwriter

4 Tips for Saving Money With a Ghostwriter

Working with a ghostwriter can be exhilarating—and expensive, but never as expensive as losing your story because you did not write it. Here are some components that will go a long way in saving money with a ghostwriter.

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Point of View in a Memoir, Part 2

Your Point of View in a Memoir Is Important

What is the importance of point of view in a memoir? In the previous post on point of view, I shared my  challenge of trying to write material in a ghostwritten memoir that I knew to be true but which the subject was not forthcoming with. This is not “Truth” material. It is more the sort of reflection that a more intuitive, self-reflecting person might make to cast light on her/his life. The memoir in question is We Were Not Spoiled, a memoir I co-wrote with my mother Lucille Verreault Ledoux. [Free Membership required to read more. See below. ]

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Business Memoir: What’s Special About Writing One?

Over the years, I have had the pleasure to collaborate on a number of memoirs which highlight the lives of men and women who have attained a significant result in their work life. Why would somebody want to write a business memoir? People write business memoirs for some of the same reasons people write any […]

A Memoir of a Girlhood Spent in a Parsonage

I Finish A Sugary Frosting: Notes on the Memoir Writing Process

I am in the very last days of polishing A Sugary Frosting / A Memoir of a Girlhood Spent in a Parsonage, the early lifestory of my deceased spouse, Martha Blowen. It’s a time to make sure I have written what I want to write and to check grammar and spelling before it goes out […]

A Memoir of a Girlhood Spent in a Parsonage

Is this really a memoir? You tell me…

I wrote a lengthy reply to Gayle to her question concerning my recent post, “Another Memoir Finished: What Was the Writing Process?” She asked a legitimate question about whether A Sugary Frosting is really a memoir: “Can you call it a memoir when you embellish the writings of your wife and even added stories that […]

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Why You Should Not Nickel and Dime When Hiring a Ghostwriter

If you are hiring a ghostwriter, of course you are concerned with how much it will cost to have your memoir written. Your concern is appropriate. What if you had a few useful guidelines to help you determine if the costs you are being asked to pay are in line with current rates? Well, you […]

Perseverance is the only want to finish a memoir.

Working With a Memoir Ghostwriter – Six Tips

Hiring a memoir ghostwriter to write your memoir is an excellent choice when you can’t write your book, when you do not have the time to write, or when you simply choose not to. A good ghostwriter will find your voice and use it to write a book that sounds just like you.

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Ghostwriting Fees – Five Ways to Save

Finding ways to save on ghostwriting fees can be pressing when the story needs to be told but you have to cut costs. Hiring a ghostwriter (co-author) is, no questions about it, an expensive proposition. There are ways, however, to cut the costs by doing some of the work yourself. Before doing that work, however, […]

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