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"The second most-frequent writing request, after books, is for school papers.  We respond to all such queries by refusing to help a student cheat himself (or herself) out of an education."
David Leonhardt of The Happy Guy Marketing, as quoted in Maclean's

Freelance writer logoBefore You Hire a Ghost Writer, Organize Your Plot

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One of the comments we often get when someone fills in a form like the one at the bottom of this page, is: "I don't know where to start."

If you are planning a fiction book, a historical biography, or even your own autobiography, the plot is crucial to holding the reader's interest.

You might be starting out with just an idea. Or you might have the characters all figured out. Or you might have certain scenes floating around in your head. Before you can turn those elements into a manuscript, a plot outline will have to be prepared. You can do this, or your ghostwriter - or you can do it together - but ideally you should be the one to write at least the first draft of a plot summary.

Because our clients are often brand new at this, coming to us with their first idea for a best-selling masterpiece, we have put together the following graphical representation to get your brain juices flowing.

Remember that this is just a very generic plot summary. Your story might not use all of these elements, and it might use some of them over and over in waves. And while we have used highly dramatic language, appropriate to adventure, fantasy and science fiction, the same plot elements can be applied in a more subdued manner to romance, mystery historical fiction or other genres.

A generic story plot summary

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Let our fiction writers turn your plot into something amazing that your readers will have a hard time putting down.

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"How can I find a ghostwriter," you ask? We make finding a ghostwriter easy. If you are looking for a professional writer for your book, report, speech, marketing materials, website copy or other project, contact us for a free quote. The more details you provide, the better we can serve you:

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