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YOU SEE A PERSON, I SEE A BOOK
07 October 2013 @ 18:41

You see a person, I see a fascinating book. Imagine the interesting lives many people have led. What stories they have to tell compared to the lives of many characters in blockbusters.

WERE YOU

Police Officer, Salesman, Health Service, Hotel or Leisure Industry, Schoolteacher, Seaman or Traveller, Sex Industry, Fire-fighters, Actors, Armed Forces, Social Worker, Entertainer, Criminal, Cab Driver, Flight Attendant or Ships Steward, Comedian, Builder, Fashion, Model, Hairdresser, a family history or saga perhaps.

DOABLE

Humour, personal trauma, pathos, fate and romance, tragedy, the human condition not to mention its diversity offer a rich seam of fascinating stories waiting to fascinate readers.

The best stories are about one-third of your average paperback. At about 25,000 words, think slim Mills and Boon. Perfect. Your ghost (writer) needs only 15k - 20k to bring it up to a good read. At a leisurely 1 - 2k a day, your book can be published in a few weeks. What a Christmas present.

TO ENCOURAGE YOU

I am offering to ghost your 25k novelette, biography, life experience, romance for 3 instalments of just €200. THE FEE WILL INCLUDE FREE AMAZON-KINDLE PUBLISHING. It cannot be a permanent offer and so November 1, 2013 is the buy-or-cry date.

DISCRETION

For good reason there are times when discretion is important. Your true-life experiences can easily be written as fiction (based on real life). You can change the names of the characters. You may use a pen name if you wish. It is all much easier than you think.

WHAT A GIFT

As the special offer fee is what you might pay for something of far less value grab the opportunity while you can. Perhaps you know someone who has led an interesting life. You can help them. Contact Michael Walsh on 662 067 490 if you have any queries.



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