Once you have chosen and decided on a ghostwriters for hire, there are several ways to start the collaboration. The most common one is to sit down with them (figuratively, or in real life), and have them record your story. A good idea of what the process should look like is that you should spend a few days recording before the ghostwriter goes away to write the first draft. You should meet up again, tell them if they are going wrong and put right anything that they have misunderstood, or that you forgot to tell them at the first meetings. They will then produce a final version.
Every business has a unique procedure for completing a project. The ghostwriting service I used started by recording the idea I had for the book and then wrote a draft. Two or three days later, they returned with the draft, and we continued in this manner until we reached the final draft that was ready for publication. They carried on with the publishing and cover design. The entire procedure was transparent and easy to follow.
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