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Before we can
give you a firm quote for your ghostwriting project, please answer the
following questions in as much detail as possible. Afterward, please attach or
type them into the body of an email and send it to IFWghostwriters@gmail.com.
Is this a fiction or nonfiction project? What genre? (Science fiction,
history, romance, memoir, children’s, etc.)
How many words do you expect in the completed project? Is this a
full-length book, a magazine article, a pamphlet, what?
How much of this project, if any, is completed? Please be detailed.
How much research has been completed on this project?
How do you plan to publish? (Self-publish, traditionally publish, print
on demand) Do you already have a publisher in mind?
How involved do you want to be in this project?
How soon do you need this finished?
Will you need illustrations, cover art or graphics?
Have you published anything previously? What is/was your “day job”?
Is there anything else we need to know?
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