I've always been a fan of literary fiction and the novels of Kurt Vonnegut, William Styron, Saul Bellow, Joseph Heller, Walker Percy, and other literary giants. Ghostwriting literary fiction may be the most challenging kind of ghostwriting there is since literary novels attempt to illuminate truths of the human condition.
Most literary fiction diagnoses the pathology of the soul. It explores what can be deeply moving or profoundly disturbing while telling readers something about themselves, something that resonates with life experiences that we all share.
Very few ghostwriters are able to write literary fiction – a novel in the grand tradition of the authors mentioned above. They have no classical training, and their prose falls short of the narrative style necessary to produce quality literary fiction that has been a hallmark of publishing for hundreds of years.
Do you want to write a book that delves deeply into the human psyche? Contact me and we'll talk.
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