If you’re looking for ghostwriters in San Diego, below we’ve featured 4 and have summarized their services.
Helen Kaiao Chang is the CEO and lead ghostwriter at Author Bridge Media, an editing and ghostwriting company based out of San Diego. The company’s mission is to deliver stellar stories which compel the reader and evoke a range of emotions, for a memorable reading experience. They have the customer in mind the whole time, working to ensure that the desires for the work are taken strongly into account and it turns out as close to imagined as possible.
As for Helen, she has been invested in the field of writing ever since she was a young girl. Now she has a number of best-selling books, which she wrote as a ghostwriter. Helen is also a keen entrepreneur, and has even featured in big news publications like MSNBC, BusinessWeek and local sites like the San Diego Business Journal.
So how can Helen help you realize the vision you have for your book? Dealing with every medium of book from e-books to workbooks, she is able to bring her award-winning writing to the process and produce a book you would be proud to put your name on. Specifically, Helen has a number of steps she goes through in order to ensure the process benefits you and brings your voice to the forefront of the project.
Through interviews aimed at extracting all information that can contribute to the success and strength of the book, to constant drafts that give you an idea of how the book is going, you can expect a very thorough ghostwriting process. Helen will even go back over the finished manuscript, editing and improving where necessary, before sending it off to a publisher. The company offers a free consultation with Helen via their website, and from there you can get a better idea of rates and timelines.
2. Writers Way
A company which offers writing, editing and coaching services, including ghostwriting, Writers Way can help you turn your idea into the book of your dreams. Aimed at authors who may be struggling to get their ideas off the ground, but who have some basic ideas and premises they are wrestling with, Writers Way can help put everything together. Plus, due to their expertise in copyediting and proofreading, you can use them for every stage of the process. The company also has a free ebook available for download entitled ‘Top Secrets of Bestselling Authors’, if you are interested in how they operate.
With Writers Way, you are guaranteed a ghostwriter with award-winning writing, who can work closely with you to make your ideas come to life. Whether it’s just the beginnings of an idea, or something more concrete, you can rest assured Writers Way can be of assistance. Attesting to their quality, Melissa Press – an author who hired the company’s services – praises their ability to help her tell her story and produce the end product she wanted.
Writers Way offers free 20 minute consultations over the phone or via Skype if you are interested in what they can do for you. As for the fees charged, estimates are provided based off the length of the book and are charged either by the hour or project.
3. Anne Wayman
Anne Wayman is a writer with experience in the fields of online writing, book ghostwriting and coaching. As well as being the lead ghost blogger for the website Treecycling.com, Anne has contributed to a number of online blogs. Writing the Guide to Freelance Writing for huge website About.com, Anne is a highly qualified writer in her own right and has plenty of knowledge when it comes to producing high quality content. She has also ghostwritten more than 10 books, meaning she has a wealth of relevant experience that she can call upon for your book project.
An expert when it comes to converting ideas into books, Anne puts the great writing on the pages that does your idea justice. Previous customers have lauded her ability to capture their own voice through her work. Anne claims the process of ghostwriting involves leaving her own personality to the side, in an effort to truly write from your perspective and convey your message, without interfering. She does this through a series of phone or face-to-face interviews, and using any drafts or writing you have already done.
Get in touch with Anne via phone or email to find out if she’s a good fit for your book project, and to find out more about her ghostwriting rates.
Nikole Edwards of Ghostwriting Girl is an accomplished ghostwriter, copywriter and editor. With an emphasis on capturing the author’s voice when it comes to ghostwriting, Nikole is passionate about delivering the message you have in mind for your book through her writing. Covering a variety of forms of writing – blog posts, fiction and non-fiction books to name a few – Nikole typically deals with people who don’t have enough time to write the book they’ve always wanted to.
Nikole is meticulous in her work, and claims she will look over the interview transcripts with the client to find anything she can use to capture their authentic voice in the book. She sees the process as a cooperative effort between the two parties, as such, the end product won’t come as a surprise, but closely resemble what you had in mind from the outset.
Nikole offers clients their first consultation for free, so there’s no reason why you shouldn’t see if she could be the ghostwriter for your book.
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Hiten Vyas is the Founder and Managing Editor of Writing Tips Oasis.