Whether you are writing a book of fiction or non-fiction, you need to write with your reader’s journey in mind. When your reader opens your book to the Foreward or Preface, they should read some clues about what the starting point of this journey is, and where the book journey will take them. Regardless of the genre of your book, there should be a story element in how you write it.
In her book, Wired for Story, Lisa Cron writes, “Story is what makes us human, not just metaphorically but literally. Recent breakthroughs in neuroscience reveal that our brain is hardwired to respond to story; the pleasure we derive from a tale well told is nature’s way of seducing us into paying attention to it. We are wired to turn to story to teach us the way of the world.”
If you are writing a non-fiction book, you still want to include an element of story by writing with the reader in mind as your main character. Your reader has a problem which your book will...
There are three main reasons to hire a ghostwriter to write your book:
If you want to write your own book, you will need to carve out the time from your current business schedule to do so. This might not be practical for you.
To write a great business book, you need to have the ability to write, and to write well. You might have good ideas, but you also need the talent to express them well in writing and craft them into a successful book.
A professional ghostwriter has the time and talent to provide you with a professional result, a book you can be proud of, and which serves you and your brand well. A ghostwriter will have ideas on how to structure your book, how to illustrate your ideas, and how to nail the takeaways for your readers.
My name is Richelle Wiseman, and I can either act as your Book Coach to help you write your business book, or I can ghostwrite it for you. I have over 20 years of experience as a professional writer,...