How to contact ghostwriter services here at GWI?
CONTACT KAREN S. COLE DIRECTLY
To best contact ghostwriter Karen S. Cole, enter your ghostwriting project information down below. It’s a longer form than the Request a Quote sidebar entry to the right of every page. You don’t need to fill out both forms, just one will do. If you wish, answer the unstarred questions about your project needs. However, you only need to answer the starred questions.
Filling out the Contact Ghostwriter Form Below
There is ample character room within each box; however, we ask you to stay within reasonable bounds. Also, we can sign a separate non-disclosure agreement with you upon your request. By using either method, you can begin communication with our talented, experienced team of ghost writers, editors and others – or you can simply email us. FYI, we don’t take net profit work unless it’s by a celebrity or is extremely likely to be commercially published. When you contact ghostwriter, be prepared to spend money, time and effort on your project.
I recommend that you give us as much info as possible at this point in time. Your phone number and name are great starting points. You can tell us more about yourself and the project’s details through email and phone contact later on in the ghost writing process.
When you write me, I will send you a copy of our GWI Ghostwriting (or Editing) Contract “blank,” a zip file containing our full “contact ghostwriter” info, two documents outlining our general ghost writing process for working on a book manuscript, and possibly some zip files containing several of my own memoir, short story, or range of ghostwriting and editing samples. These will give you an idea of how closely I can stick to your original writer’s “voice,” if that is what you truly need.
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Be prepared to download some email attachments; we suggest you scan for viruses before downloading attached files from anyone. Let us know whenever you send us any attachments, as we prefer you send those rather than typing all your important project information into the body of your emails.