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Bestselling Book Ghostwriter George McNeill
By George M., bestselling book ghostwriter. Two million plus copies of Rafaella and The Plantation sold. So far! Night of the Hellebore was a bestseller a few years ago. And still doing well on Amazon. 38 more novels and dozens of ghostwritten books later, George is going strong in his late 80s. Horror novels, antebellum romances a specialty. Memoirs released in 2018 too.
Quote: “The short version of my story is I went to bed sober one night when I was 15. Woke up drunk the next day – and I was 51!”
Meet yourself one hell of an excellent American South bestselling book ghostwriter!
He was a million copy bestseller in the 1970s. With his rich, deep and provocative series of books about the Antebellum South in the United States. Later on, he wrote “other” horror matching Stephen King.
George has worked as a novelist, journalist and editor for some 40 years. For the past sixteen or so years, he has specialized in ghostwriting. For thirteen of those years he’s been with Ghost Writer Inc. Because of the way the agency is run. And also because of the understanding and care GWI gives its clients and writers.
George is successful in both fiction and nonfiction. His fiction novel, The Plantation (Bantam), sold a million copies. Plus this, its sequel Rafaella (Bantam), sold 700,000 copies. His other novels under his own name include a wide variety of major fiction and fantasy titles, and some nonfiction as well. He is also a superb biography, autobiography and memoir or memoirs ghost writer. He’s ghostwritten several titles. But he is known worldwide for having been a million-copy bestseller. And he will always be an expert on the ways of the Deep South.
Bestselling book ghostwriter – Now in his Youthful Age
As columnist for a newspaper, George was given first place awards for three years by his state press association. One award cited him as an “extraordinary writer.” He’s worked as a reporter and feature writer for daily newspapers in Louisiana, Texas and Mississippi. And he’s sold some 130 articles to such nationally published magazines as Woman’s Day and Electronic Learning (Scholastic).
George’s most recent ghost writing projects include the fictionalization of the story of an antiterrorism detective. The fictionalization of the life of a drug-ruined boxing champion. A book critical of the pharmaceutical industry. The fictionalization of the story of a teenage girl waiting for an organ transplant. A novel about international banking and money laundering. And a novel about a teenage boy’s relationship with an anti-war hippie girl and his military experience in Vietnam.
One of Missippi’s finest and sweetest ghost authors
George grew up in the Deep South, also living in New York City and Rome. He has spent time in London. Amsterdam, Florence, Venice, Athens, Crete, Spetsei and Cairo. And Istanbul, Casablanca, Marrakech. Essouera, Barcelona, Madrid, Granada, Grand Cayman, St. Croix and Viecas. He has traveled widely by freighter. His first trip across the Atlantic on the Yugoslav freighter Hrvatska took him to Tangier, and then across Europe. Some of these experiences are recounted in the many articles he has sold to magazines.
George’s reading preferences range from Faulkner to LeCarre, and from Yeats to Lewis Carroll. He’s a bestselling book ghost writer nowadays, no matter his increasing age. It just means he’s more wise, wordly and experienced. And cute – snow on the roof, fire in the kitchen you know. Hire him through us!