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So where can I find someone to help me with writing a work?
Visit Meetup or ask for a write group in your community lib. There are other authors who are a great source. There are also a number of award-winning textbooks about the writings of those who have walked down the first street. Here is a posting that has a listing of my favourite textbooks by genres - Sandra O'Donnell, Ph.D.'s response to what are some good ones about typing?
I' ve also got a textbook especially for beginners and those who work on a history that doesn't seem to come together - your first fifteen pages: A novel writer's guidebook will be published and the reader will buy! I' ll give you a few tips about your first 15 pages and RO Literary | Home under the menubo.
Merry typing! The help came in the shape of the " Book of the Year " and " On Woriting " (by Stephen King). It' s from all the book I've been reading since I was four years old - they teach me to daydream and show me the magical power of words. An author who assists others in the creation of a book or other materials is known as a godwriter.
Simply Googgle the word "Ghostwriter" and any number of ghostwriters will be displayed. Request to see recommendations from those for whom they have previously composed a spirit. You should be reading a book that you have verified that you have written a spirit. There' s a bunch of good respected Ghostwriters out there, but be cautious who you choose and research before posting them.
You can find web pages on "How to employ a ghostwriter". Googles that notion also applies to extra instructions on how to go about it. Much like most folks on this thread, I' m not sure what kind of work you' re speaking - invention? non-fiction? memoirs? Finding someone to help you make a good impression is the best place to look at the folks you know.
If you start, the best thing you can do is make someone else actually do it. Type something and let them do what you have written. Type something else. Before it goes to betatas. They' re essentially folks who are writing for you and not claiming credit.
All you have to do is to buy them for their work. Making notes with humans. You can find authors on pages like Craigslist, http://fanfiction. net, etc. and let them know that you want help typing a work and that you want to collaborate (when it is released, make sure they know how it would work: your name on the front page, your name, both, or your name with hers on the confirmation page).
When you don't really want to compose the script and just want someone to compose it for you, just get to the point. I. e., go to pages where authors are looking for work and give them the ideas (maybe, say, $5-$10 if they get it out there).
One should not describe a work as one of one' s own if it is not. That'?s cheating, and I loathe them. You want your name in there, tell the author you want to go to the thank you note as the one who had the notion. And if you didn't do it, don't say you did it.