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Why people hire a Christian ghostwriter service
There are many reasons you might want to find a Christian ghostwriter agency to help you write your biblical or spiritual book.
How to work with a Christian ghostwriter – helpful tips for inspired believers
Working with a ghostwriter is different than writing your own manuscript. Christians with a message need to be able to explain exactly what they need in their manuscripts. These are a few tips to follow to make your ghostwriting project a success.
Sample books we have written
Although many clients have hired us to ghostwrite their books, here are some samples of books we have written or edited that we are at liberty to reveal.
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SIX QUESTIONS THIS PAGE IS MEANT TO ANSWER
- I have a box-load of sermons. How do I turn them into a book? (ANSWER: You could transcribe them yourself, or you could hire a professional writer to edit them – to make them more readable without losing any of their original power.)
- I need help writing a Christian book. (ANSWER: No problem. That’s what our freelance Christian ghostwriters are for. Just send us the details of what you need through the form on this page, and we’ll get right back to you.
- Should I write for Christians, for non-believers, or both? (ANSWER: That is always a tough question. We can help you better define your audience, and how to best write for them…but the ultimate decision will still be yours.)
- Can I hire a ghostwriter for my Christian book? (ANSWER: Yes. Many books are ghostwritten, and that includes Christian books. You are the expert on your topic, but you are not expected to be the expert on writing. God’s word is not revealed only through professional writers. You provide the inspiration; we’ll provide the words.)
- How much does a book cost to write? (ANSWER: The price depends in large part on the length of the book, as well as how well organized your thoughts are. We are always happy to provide a free quote if you provide us with details of what you need in the form on this page.)
- How long should my Christian book be? (ANSWER: A typical Christian book is 200-250 pages long, or at least 50,000 words. If you fill in the form to the right, we’ll be happy to discuss this with you.)
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- ASIM: Servant of Two Masters, by D.W. Smith
HISTORICAL FICTION: In 1453 Turkey, Mehmed the Conqueror has just defeated the Byzantine Empire and a new era called the Ottoman Empire is ushered in.
- Breast Cancer; The Sun Will Rise, by Pamela S. Barron
SELF HELP: Breast cancer survivor Pamela Barron describes life with metastatic breast cancer and continuous chemo treatment for seven years .
- War of the Staffs, by Kathryn Tedrick and H.P. Stephenson
FANTASY: A fresh new series for all those who love dragons, wizards, elves, dwarves, and mayhem.
- Amazing Adventures of a Nobody, by Leon Logothetis
MEMOIR: A personal tale of travel and adventure in the real world.
- Sit Crooked and Speak Straight, by Stephane J. McGrane
BUSINESS: A primer for anyone wanting to conduct buisiness susccessfully in the Arabian Penninsula.
- The High-tech Gooseneck Putter, by Samuel DiMatteo & Kristin Johnson
CHILDREN: Meet Sami DeMani, a Canada gander with a legendary golf game. He’s on track to win the prestigious Waterfowl Tour — and put his nemesis, the ruthless Pete Swan Lake, in his place once and for all.
- The Missing Cub, by Darcy Fast with Jonathan Kravetz
AUTOBIOGRAPHY: A baseball autobiography.
- The Biracial Bondage, by Joe Bama
SOCIETY: Exploring the struggle of biracial people and couples, as seen through the eyes of both white and black people.
- Eradonis: Legend of the Black Rose, by Narisha Rajnandan
FANTASY: First in a series of books featuring sorcery and magic spells.
- My Life With an Unsung Hero, by Vesta Sithole
BIOGRAPHY: The post-humus biography of the Reverend Ndabaningi Sithole, a hero of the Zimbabwean struggle for independence.
- The Genesis One Code, by Daniel Friedmann
SCIENCE, RELIGION: Calculations demonstrate a clear alignment between the times of key events described in the creation narrative in the Book of Genesis with those derived from scientific theory and observation.
- Time Craft, by Mark A. Ely
SCIENCE FICTION: A time-travel story of adventure and scientific imagination.
- He will guide you, by Dr. John Diomede
RELIGION: A guide for Christians to your relationship with the Holy Spirit.
- Flying Cowboys and Confetti Rain: Dreams of a PBR Bull, by Debbie Felkins Tamez
CHILDREN: An endearing story of a bull and a racoon and their adventures on the road to fame.
This guest editorial originally appeared in the September 17, 1982, issue of our magazine.
Charles Jones, a leader of the church, has some ideas his friends think would be helpful to a wider audience. "Why don't you publish them as a book, Charlie? I get a lot more from you than I do from most books I read."
But Charlie says, "Oh no, I'm no writer!" And there the matter rests. Eventually, however, someone suggests that Charlie seek the help of a capable writer.
So Charlie approaches him. "Money isn't my main object," he says. "I just want to be helpful to more people. Will you at least talk to me about my ideas? I have some notes, too."
"Yes," says the writer.
In the course of time an agreement is signed. The writer interviews Charlie extensively to discover his views, looks over Charlie's scattered notes, and listens to tapes of some of his talks. The writer spots the key issues, works out the general outline with Charlie's aid, and then writes a draft in his own words.
No ethical problem so far.
Then Charlie begins to think, "After all, these are my thoughts. Why should I share credit for them with anyone?" He begins to visualize the book jacket, The Christian View of Holiness, by Charles Harmon Jones. It has a good ring to it. He says it over aloud a few times. It grows on him.
Finally he tells the writer, "I want to give you credit for your help. I couldn't have done it without you. But instead of putting your name on the cover with mine, I'll say in the preface how much I owe to you. Of course this won't change our financial agreement."
The writer, gulping once, says with false modesty, "Well, Charlie, if that's what you want, I guess I can go along with it."
Then a publisher is found. "There is no question in my mind," he ...1