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Do you have a useful idea to share with the world but aren’t articulate enough to make it sound sensible? Do you think that your life story would make a great book but don’t think you can make it as a writer? Do you want to write an autobiography but don’t really know how to write one? Ghostbookwriters provides a solution to all your non-fiction writing needs. We will take care of your project from scratch, with an idea, to writing a manuscript, transforming it into a complete book, till publishing it in the market.

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Writing a Non-Fiction Book

Writing a non-fiction book is significantly different because of the boundaries set by facts. There is little freedom available to make the book more compelling and fascinating as opposed to fiction.

The two ingredients you need to write a remarkable non-fiction book are the abundance of data on the subject matter and the amplitude of writing skills to convert the data into useful knowledge.

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Sometimes there isn’t an abundance of data either; mere theories and ideas with little supporting information.

Ghostbookwriters provides non-fiction writers for hire who are experts in research and technical writing, as well as masters of thinking-outside-the-box who craft riveting narratives, historical and creative nonfiction. We have a diverse team of talent with the capacity to handle niches of all sorts, including but not limited to:

  • Biography, autobiography, memoir
  • Literary and academic
  • Narrative
  • History
  • Guides, Manuals, Self-Help
  • Expository

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Meet the stars of our writing team who are always pushing and setting new standards for us as well as the industry. They have stellar writing experiences under their belt working with bestseller authors and featured by the biggest news outlets and forums.

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Esther Rowe


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Esther is one of our most emotionally intelligent writers. She deconstructs feelings of her characters so eloquently that it leaves even our editors waiting for the next chapter to quench their curiosity about what’s going to happen next. Her empathetic nature gives her an edge and enables her to not just understand the client’s demands but really feel where they’re coming from. Her abilities shine in storytelling whether they’re fantasy fiction, nonfiction biographies, narratives, screenplays, or novels. Hire her as your ghostwriter today.

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Rosalie Guzman


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Rosalie is the most versatile writer you will ever see. She is young, but exceptionally gifted with words and has a magical instinct that is reflected in her work. Her multifaceted profile showcases prized work in songwriting, rap and hip-hop, speeches, scripts, fanfics, short stories, flash fiction, and even comics. What’s surprising is that her flow from rhyming extends into the biographies and memoirs that she is always so eager to work on. Rosalie’s words are almost always trending in the media, and we feel proud to know that it was one of our own who wrote that.

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Leo Weber


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If there’s anyone who can make a person see with closed eyes, it’s our wizard, Weber. He is an expert in drawing detailed pictures in the heads of his readers and animate them with nothing but words on a page. His descriptions are extraordinarily visual, with a unique ability to change complete scenarios, all within a single sentence. Weber’s words that drop like hammers have earned him a celestial reputation amongst our clients so he stays booked in advance. Through our forum, hire him today to reserve an exclusive spot on his writing schedule.

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Reserve your spot by filling a simple brief form, and be instantly welcomed by one of our cordial project managers who will take in all the information you have to share about your book.

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According to the skills required for your book, the best candidate is selected, who thoroughly studies the concept from available information and crafts out of it the outline for a book. This outline is sent to you for approval before the writing of the manuscript begins.

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The writer then begins writing the book with a captivating opener that will hopefully keep the readers hooked till the last page is turned. If the author is satisfied with the first chapter, the book is continued according to the previously approved outline.

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We edit the draft in tandem with the writing process. Once written, our editors peruse the whole draft multiple times for a critical review, proofreading and corrections.

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Once you approve the entire final manuscript, we start giving it the form of a book. The manuscript is formatted to publishing standards and given a professional look and tasteful flavor with fonts, graphical details and cover designs.

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Publishing &
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After the book’s final form has been approved for publishing, we publish your book using the method you choose and execute a custom marketing and promotional strategy.

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Find answers to the most Frequently Asked Questions

Non-fiction writing is the reporting of information that is based on truth. It includes technical writing, academic papers, theology, memoir writing, journalism, articles etc.

Non-fiction means reporting on facts as they are. There is no imagination involved in the facts. The structure, however, may take the form of a narrative or story. But the facts must not be altered to accomplish that.

The truth relayed in non-fiction may be subjective or objective but is always intended to be the truth from the writer’s perspective at least. The creative element and writing skill is employed in the articulation of the non-fiction texts.

Creative nonfiction is a subgenre that borrows fiction writing techniques while still being based on truth. It is composed in the form of a story in which exposition to conflict slowly builds up with rising action until a point of climax is reached. The tension is released when the story reaches its ultimate resolution.

All of that still happens within the bounds of truth, whether subjective or objective. Creative nonfiction is only called creative in the way the information is relayed to the reader. It follows the writing structures and techniques of fiction writing but is still based on facts.

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Narrative non-fiction simply means reporting true events in the form of a narrative, where the writer narrates the event as if writing a fiction novel. So it follows the same creative structure of exploring different elements of the event that may not be necessary to report, but become essential to transform an otherwise conventional news prose into an interesting story.

The narrative still remains true to the reality of that event by definition of non-fiction.

Writing a non-fiction book is significantly different because of the boundaries set by facts. There is little freedom available to make the book more compelling and fascinating as opposed to fiction.

The two ingredients you need to write a remarkable non-fiction book are the abundance of data on subject matter and the amplitude of writing skills to convert the data into useful knowledge. Sometimes there isn’t an abundance of data either; mere theories and ideas with little supporting information. Ghostbookwriters provides nonfiction writers for hire who are experts in research and technical writing, as well as masters of thinking-outside-the-box who craft riveting narratives, historical and creative nonfiction. We have a diverse team of talent with the capacity to handle niches of all sorts, including but not limited to:

  • Biography, autobiography, memoir
  • Literary and academic
  • Narrative
  • History
  • Guides, Manuals, Self-Help
  • Expository

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FAQs

Is 30 000 words enough for a nonfiction book? ›

In general, the Safe Zone for adult fiction is 70,000-100,000, and the Safe Zone for adult nonfiction is 60,000-90,000 words. Less than that and your book is probably too short. More than that and your book is probably too long.

Is 25000 words enough for a book? ›

25,000 words might be enough for shorter books like a novella or short story collection. If you're to publish a longer work, a 90,000-word novel is standard in the fiction world, and 50,000 is average for nonfiction.

How much does a nonfiction writer make? ›

Writers and authors earned a median annual salary of $61,240 in 2016, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. On the low end, writers and authors earned a 25th percentile salary of $43,130, meaning 75 percent earned more than this amount. The 75th percentile salary is $83,500, meaning 25 percent earn more.

Is 20000 words enough for a book? ›

A novella typically starts at about 20,000 words and tops out at 50,000, which is the minimum length for a short novel.

How many pages is the average non fiction book? ›

The majority of nonfiction books published today are around 150-200 pages, and definitely shorter than 250 pages. There are, of course, exceptions. But, for the most part, short-ish tends to be better.

Is 50000 words enough for a nonfiction book? ›

For most nonfiction books, 50,000 to 80,000 words is your best bet. Here's the ideal word count for nonfiction books, by genre: Biography word count: 80,000 to 110,000 words. Established authors often write longer biographies.

How many chapters should a nonfiction book have? ›

How many chapters should a nonfiction book have? Most nonfiction books have between 5 and 20 chapters. Any less than 5 and your chapters may be running long or may contain too many ideas. That said, there are plenty of books with 30 or 40 chapters.

How long does it take to write a nonfiction book? ›

It can take anywhere from three months to several years to write a nonfiction book, depending on the author's speed, research process, book length, and other variables. On average, it can take a self-published author typically six months to one year to write their nonfiction book.

How long should a book be to get published? ›

Publishers go by words, not pages. Most adult books are about 90,000 words, and no longer than 100,000 words (unless you're JK Rowling).

What are the 3 types of nonfiction? ›

What Are The Types Of Nonfiction? There are many different types of nonfiction, but they broadly fit into these categories: expository nonfiction, narrative nonfiction, persuasive nonfiction, and descriptive nonfiction.

How many copies does a non fiction book sell? ›

The average traditionally published non-fiction book sells about 250-300 copies in the first year, but when we manage a book launch, our target is to sell 1,000 copies in the first 3 months. Why 1,000?

What sells more fiction or non fiction? ›

We see that fiction books sell more copies than nonfiction books, in other words, fewer copies are needed to qualify a book for the nonfiction list than the fiction one.

How many words does a 300 page book have? ›

A 300-page book word count average is about 90,000 words. However, the word count per page can widely change, depending on the format, amount of dialogue, and even font size.

What is a good book length? ›

If you're writing your first novel, the general rule of thumb for novel writing is a word count in the 80,000 to 100,000 range. While anything over 40,000 words can fall into the novel category, 50,000 is considered the minimum novel length. Anything over 110,000 words is considered too long for a fiction novel.

Is 40000 words enough for a nonfiction book? ›

Generally speaking, traditional publishers expect completed nonfiction book manuscripts to be between 50,000 to 75,000 words. Most traditional publishers will place restrictions on an author and require that the manuscript not exceed a specified word count, unless special concessions are made.

Is 30000 words enough for a book? ›

30,000 words is 60 pages single-spaced or 120 pages double-spaced. Typical documents that are 30,000 words include include novels, novellas, and other published books. It will take approximately 100 minutes to read 30,000 words.

Is 10000 words enough for a book? ›

For most publishers, a book is “novel-length” when it's between 50,000 and 110,000 words. At a writers conference I recently attended, publishing veteran Jane Friedman said 80,000 words is good for most fiction, below 60,000 isn't novel length territory, and above 120,000 is likely too much.

How long does it take to write a 200 page book? ›

How long does it take to write a 200 page book? The average person can expect to spend 3 -7 months writing a 200 page book if they focus on writing more than 1500 words per week. Now, this would equate to roughly 50,000 words.

How many words is a 150 page book? ›

A 100-page book would be, then, about 25,000 words; a 150-page book would be roughly 37,500 words. For the larger, 6 x 9 trim size, would be about 300 words per page. These books are generally heftier in general, so for a 150-page book you can target 45,000 words and 60,000 words for a 200-page book.

Is 200 pages too short for a novel? ›

In most cases, it is safe to say a first novel should not be shorter than 200 manuscript pages (approximately 50,000 words), and not longer than 500 manuscript pages (approximately 125,000 words). If so, it will raise a red flag for an agent, and may make him less likely to represent you.

How do I get a nonfiction book agent? ›

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  1. Step 1: Write a book proposal. ...
  2. Step 2: Write a query letter. ...
  3. Step 3: Research literary agents. ...
  4. Step 4: Narrow the list. ...
  5. Step 5: Query methodically. ...
  6. Step 6: Recognize reality.
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What makes a good nonfiction book? ›

Every nonfiction book should have a coherent topic and serve a clear purpose, whether it's a work of history, journalism, biography, science, etc. You'll need to create a clear path for your readers to achieve their goals, starting with the table of contents.

What makes a book sell? ›

Bestsellers are packaged to sell. The title, cover, and design are all optimized to help the message spread. The way people experience your book will affect how well the book sells and how far it spreads. Your goal is to not only get this thing into people's hands; it's to give them something they want to share.

How many words is average non fiction book? ›

Average Word Count for Trade Nonfiction Books

If you're writing a typical trade nonfiction book, it might on average range between 45,000 and 55,000 words.

How many pages is 50000 words? ›

Book Length by the Numbers

A 50,000-word manuscript is 200 pages.

How many writers actually finish a book? ›

In the United States alone, over 200 million people dream of writing a book. Yet, the number of writers who go on to actually finish their manuscript is estimated to be just 3%. Of those, only 20% will go on to become published.

How likely are you to get published? ›

Editors and publishers agree that the odds of being published are only 1-2%. That is, they only accept, and publish, one or two out of every hundred manuscripts they receive. Sounds depressing, doesn't it? (Still better odds than the lottery of course!) However, it doesn't have to be so depressing.

How many words a day should I write for a book? ›

A full-length novel can be anywhere from 75,000 to 150,000 words, or even longer. If you think about having to write 75,000 words – 200 pages – you'll freak yourself out. But if you write 1,000 words a day, you can finish the first draft of a novel in less than three months, even if you take some weekend days off. 7.

How many pages should your first book be? ›

Number of pages in a book for a first-time author

For a first release, 200 pages are enough. One can also look at authors like Chetan Bhagat, who even today continue to release books well below the 300-page mark.

What are the 5 R's of creative nonfiction? ›

Gutkind defines the essential elements of creative nonfiction as five “R's”: real l ife, reflection, research, reading, and (w)riting. CNF is about real life experiences, and like journalists, CNF writers go to the places and people, immersing themselves in new experiences.

What is non-fiction writing called? ›

Creative nonfiction (also known as literary nonfiction or narrative nonfiction or literary journalism or verfabula) is a genre of writing that uses literary styles and techniques to create factually accurate narratives.

How many books can a first time author expect to sell? ›

There are all kinds of statistics bouncing around out there, but generally speaking, most self-published authors will likely sell around 250 books or less.

What is the average price for a book? ›

The average price of books varied from fiction to nonfiction and ebooks. All have different pricing strategies. Most paperback novels with a considerable size range from $13.95 to $17.95. So if your novel has 365 pages, it is completely okay to set a price around $16.96.

Is self-publishing worth it? ›

Thankfully, self-published books have a much, much higher royalty rate than traditional publishers because you get to keep anywhere from 50-70% of your book's profits. With a traditional publisher, they take much more and you only end up with 10% maybe 12% after years of proving yourself as an author.

What kind of books sell best on Amazon? ›

What types of books sell best on Amazon?
  • Textbooks. If there was a “gold standard” of used books that you can sell on Amazon, it'd definitely have to be textbooks. ...
  • Niche books. ...
  • Comic books. ...
  • Collectibles. ...
  • Non-fiction. ...
  • Hardcovers.
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What genre of book sells the most? ›

Romance: Romance novels are perhaps the most popular genre in terms of book sales. Romance novels are sold in grocery store checkout lines, in monthly shipments from publishers to readers, and online, as well as via self-publishing services. Readers tend to be loyal to their favorite authors within the romance genre.

Is it easier to publish fiction or nonfiction? ›

Publishing Non-fiction is Easier

More people read short, non-fiction stories than short, fiction stories, and newspapers, magazines, and public radio all purchase stories like these regularly.

Is it hard to get your book published? ›

The simple answer is; very difficult. But the process can be made easier when you get a book published by a publisher like Austin Macauley. Publishing your book sometimes becomes as time taking as writing your book. Choosing the right publisher will, however, make things quick and less time-consuming.

How many chapters should a book have? ›

However, there is no exact minimum or standard for how many chapters a novel should have. Because chapters are just places where the author decides to break up the flow of their story, you could go a more traditional route and end up with 12-28 chapters or choose to be more experimental and have as many as 200.

Are most books single or double spaced? ›

Most publishing houses and editors follow the industry standard, which is to double-space your novel. Double-spacing means your manuscript will have extra space between lines.

How many pages should a book be? ›

When wondering how many pages a book should be, it is notable that the average book length is between 200-400 pages. With this in mind, what considerations should be taken when deciding how long a book should be? Check comparable titles. Go to a bookstore and find your book's genre.

How much do first time authors make? ›

How much can authors expect to earn from their books? A first-time author with a traditional publishing deal might expect an advance of $1,000-$10,000 and 5-18% royalties once they “earn out” their advance. Self-published authors do not receive advances, but their royalties can reach up to 70% for ebook editions.

Can you write a book in 7 days? ›

It is entirely possible to write a book in one week. I know, because I've done it. But the bottom line is, you can't achieve such a feat around normal life. You have to schedule a complete week off from work, family, social commitments, the gym – basically, you need to escape your life for 7 full days.

Is 30 000 words enough for a nonfiction book? ›

In general, the Safe Zone for adult fiction is 70,000-100,000, and the Safe Zone for adult nonfiction is 60,000-90,000 words. Less than that and your book is probably too short. More than that and your book is probably too long.

How many words self help book? ›

How Many Words are in a Self-Help Book? The average word count for a self-help book is 30,000 to 70,000 words. A 30,000 word book, after formatting for a 6″ by 9″ paperback, can run about 180 pages. Some are shorter than 30,000 words, and some are longer than 70,000.

How do you begin to write a book? ›

How to Write a Book
  1. Establish a consistent writing space.
  2. Hone in on your book idea.
  3. Outline your story.
  4. Do your research.
  5. Start writing and stick to a routine.
  6. Finish your first draft.
  7. Revise and edit.
  8. Write your second draft.
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Is 30000 words enough for a book? ›

30,000 words is 60 pages single-spaced or 120 pages double-spaced. Typical documents that are 30,000 words include include novels, novellas, and other published books. It will take approximately 100 minutes to read 30,000 words.

Is 40000 words enough for a nonfiction book? ›

Generally speaking, traditional publishers expect completed nonfiction book manuscripts to be between 50,000 to 75,000 words. Most traditional publishers will place restrictions on an author and require that the manuscript not exceed a specified word count, unless special concessions are made.

How long should it take to read 30000 words? ›

The average reader will read 30,000 words in 1.7 hours when reading at a speed of 300 words per minute (wpm). Typical documents that are 30,000 words include novels, novellas, and other published books. You may read faster or slower than this depending on your average reading speed.

How many words are on a nonfiction book page? ›

An average nonfiction book has a word count of 250 words per page. For example, if you're planning to write a book with 200 pages, then at a word count of 250 words/page you are aiming for a total word count of 50,000.

How many chapters should a nonfiction book have? ›

How many chapters should a nonfiction book have? Most nonfiction books have between 5 and 20 chapters. Any less than 5 and your chapters may be running long or may contain too many ideas. That said, there are plenty of books with 30 or 40 chapters.

How long is the average non fiction book? ›

Average Word Count for Trade Nonfiction Books

If you're writing a typical trade nonfiction book, it might on average range between 45,000 and 55,000 words.

How long does it take to write a nonfiction book? ›

It can take anywhere from three months to several years to write a nonfiction book, depending on the author's speed, research process, book length, and other variables. On average, it can take a self-published author typically six months to one year to write their nonfiction book.

How many pages is considered a long book? ›

250\300 is a normal size book. I like thicker books, as they promise me more. :) I think 300 pages is pretty average, and a long one is 500 pages and up. I'm most comfortable with 300 - 450 pages.

How many words is a 150 page book? ›

A 100-page book would be, then, about 25,000 words; a 150-page book would be roughly 37,500 words.

How many words does a 300 page book have? ›

A 300-page book word count average is about 90,000 words. However, the word count per page can widely change, depending on the format, amount of dialogue, and even font size.

Is it possible to read 200 pages in a day? ›

Yes. If you're a quick reader you should be able to read 200 pages in 4 hours. For average readers, it's still possible but it will likely take between 4 to 6 hours instead.

Can you read a 300 page book in one day? ›

The average reader will read 300 pages in 8.3 hours when reading at a speed of 300 words per minute (wpm). Typical documents that are 300 pages or more include full-length novels. A typical single-spaced page is 500 words long. You may read faster or slower than this depending on your average reading speed.

Can you read 200 pages in 2 hours? ›

If you're a fast reader, you may read at closer to 400 words per minute. This means reading 200 pages will take you around 4.2 hours.

How long does it take to write a 200 page book? ›

How long does it take to write a 200 page book? The average person can expect to spend 3 -7 months writing a 200 page book if they focus on writing more than 1500 words per week. Now, this would equate to roughly 50,000 words.

What is a short nonfiction book called? ›

Micro-essay, which first appeared around 1971, is now one of the most common names given to super-short pieces. There are also specific variations, such as micro-memoir (1992) and micro-biography (1935), and the genre as a whole is sometimes called micro-prose (1989) or micro-nonfiction (2008).

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