A good idea would be to search for one online or look for one through writer's megazine. There are plenty of ads through there. But before rushing out and hiring one, check their references first and see what other writers they've worked for. Not to mention what they have to say about them.
Another possibility is to look on affiliate sites -- such as this one -- and read some of the fiction works that people have published. When you find someone who has consistently published quality work that jibes with the style you're looking for, send them a message to see if they're interested in ghost writing. Some of the best fiction writers who have the time for ghost writing are still out there struggling to find ways to break into the market, and may not even know any good places to advertise their services.
by Terrye Toombs 6 years ago
What published author has been most influential to your love of writing?I have found that Dean Koontz and Terry Brooks have been very influential in both my writing style and my love of writing. After I read one of their books, I find myself more energized to get back to writing. What authors...
by Chris Mills 3 years ago
Good writing won't save a bad story. Bad writing won't necessarily kill a good story. Thoughts?I read something along these lines recently and I can't remember who wrote it. King? Hemingway? There's no excuse for poor writing, but I'm thinking about the value of a good...
by Motown2Chitown 5 years ago
What's the difference? Which are you? Are words your passion or your business? Are you a creator or a teacher? Is the product of YOUR writing meant to inspire or inform? I'm so curious about this.
by Rhys Baker 5 years ago
How can I make a living as a writer in the real world?Other than the rags-to-riches stories we have all heard! How does one legitimately make a living from writing (non-fiction and scientific technical) without having to lean too heavily on a partner or work part-time in another occupation. I'm not...
by Website Examiner 2 years ago
I have come across quite a few promising fiction writers here on HubPages, lately - including many people I didn't know before. Please introduce yourselves, whether new or not. You could also mention what you are currently working on, and whether you are seeking feedback from other writers, etc.
by Roman Trend 7 years ago
If you write serial fiction for HubPages, do you intend to get that published? If not, then why not?I have noticed that some serial fiction writers on HubPages are trying to get their work commercially published, others not. I wonder what makes the difference.
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