Ghostwriting Made Easy?

PPP I was shocked to find out that many of my favorite authors use a ghostwriter on certain sections of their books.  Sean has been a ghostwriter on numerous college essays when people have come to him for help.  He also managed to get a not-so-intelligent person selected for her choice college based on the essay he rewrote for her.  There have been a few times in the past when I wish I had a ghostwriter, but that’s based on the fact that I easily lose inspiration for things and coming up with 10+ entries per day on numerous blogs can be intellectually draining on me.  Having the outside influence would be a big help for me, but just surfing through the Internet and watching random shows on Television are valued enough to spark some kind of interest in me.

Today I’ve learned about The Penn Group, they’re the most successful ghostwriting service in the country.  Dozens of novels are published by top publishers because of the Penn Group’s efforts.  Working with them is easy, you can call their 1-800 number and speak to an experienced client manager.  After you tell him or her about yourself and the story you wish to write, you’re then introduced to a number of ghostwriters that best fit your needs and personality.  They schedule interviews with each writer you are interested in, and once you have decided on the one you want, then you begin the working process.  They also have a pretty amazing track record, based on what I’ve learned about them.

So I guess when you lack inspiration for yourself, going to an actual ghostwriting company or just a ghostwriter in general really is a decent route to take.

Krissy

A thirty-something code ninja + web diva. Former New Yorker who's passionate about web development, HTML/CSS, beautifying things and marketing.

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