If you’re struggling to write your book, you have a few options. You could just keep plugging away and hope for the best, or go to an editor, or hire a writing coach.
Then there are ghostwriters.
Why would you want to work with a ghostwriter?
I’m Liz Green, the writer behind Green Goose Ghostwriting. I work with entrepreneurs who want to write a book to demonstrate authority in their niche, boost their speaking engagements, and inspire others. If you love talking about your work find the writing feels hard, I can help you write your book and level-up your business.
Three Reasons to Work with a Ghostwriter
You're fed up of putting this project off, pushing it down the priority line, and not getting it done. You just want the damn book written, and you want to be done with the frustration around it.
A ghostwriter will get the book done so your business can finally start benefiting from it.
This might be where some of that frustration is coming from. You’re busy. Writing takes a lot of time.
When you work with a ghostwriter, you have to invest some time so your writer can learn your story and tune into your voice. But it’s a fraction of the time you’d have to spend to write every word yourself. Using a ghostwriter, you can write your book and still have time to work on your business and live the life you want.
Quality of writing
Sometimes I forget to talk about this, but it’s a big deal. When you hire a professional writer, their quality of writing will be better than yours. (At least it bloody well should be!)
Yes, they’re going to use your words and mannerisms. But it's their job to make it engaging, exciting, and make your audience feel something when they read your words. (And that something shouldn’t be boredom.)
I’m still trying to convey these ideas in a concise way. Getting those concepts down to a single sentence is a challenge but it’s a lot of fun for someone like me to geek out over words. Visit me at greengooseghostwriting.com to see what I come up with.
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Liz Green is the writer behind Green Goose Ghostwriting, where entrepreneurs get help to write books that demonstrate authority in their niche, boost their speaking engagements, and inspire others. If you love talking about your work but find the writing feels hard, Liz can help you write your book and level-up your business.