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JoeMack 3rd April 2014 01:39 PM

KINDLE Content Creation/Ghostwriting: Fiction or Non-Fiction: TRY ME OUT
Let Me Create Content For You For Kindle Publication

[NOTE]: Although this Warrior For Hire offer talks about publishing for Kindle, there are a variety of other digital and print publishing opportunities that you can submit your completed projects too. You may have to do minor modifications to the completed projects in accordance with the specific requirements of the publisher. But even having one completed project can result in multiple streams of ongoing royalties.

--->> I have included samples of my writing, both fiction and non-fiction, in the post immediately following this initial one. The non-fiction writing sample is from my guide "The Clickbank Income Snowball. The fiction writing sample is from an un-published erotic short called, "The Hooker and The Hacker."

Kindle reading has EXPLODED in popularity over the past couple of years, and as more people purchase digital book readers and become more accustomed to using their cell phones as reading devices, I believe that this is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of income potential for savvy writers and digital entrepreneurs. Although writers have a slightly advantage, plenty of non-writing individuals are still getting a piece of this incredible income opportunity through the use of outsourcing and ghostwriters. The message is clear: you DON'T have to be a writer to participate in this opportunity.

I'm not a graphics guy, so you won't see a bunch of colorful, bold images shouting at you, trying to convince you to choose my writing services over any of the others that are a available. I know that finding the "right" writer is a process, so I certainly encourage you to review all of your options. Just keep in mind that good writers can quickly find their limited writing availability to taken up when a good match is found with a prospective buyer of content.

How My Writing Process Works

1. You decide on the project that you would like to purchase.

2. You make your payment.

3. We briefly communicate/brainstorm the specifics of the project.

5. Once you approve of the outline, I get to work on the writing.

6. Turnaround time is an estimation based around my current writing schedule and the difficulty of the writing project. I will do my best to be as accurate as possible. I know that writers are notorious for being late on projects, but understand that providing an exact time is nearly impossible with so many factors to consider. I will do my best to keep you posted with my progress.

7. Once I have completed the project, I will send it to you for approval. Hopefully if we have done sufficient brainstorming at the initial phase of the project, you are satisfied with my work. It won't be perfect, but I do try my best to make sure that there is no errors in spelling or grammar. I can do some minor editing, but I try to keep the back-and-forth to a minimum if I can.

8. I can't provide refunds because of the time involved in creating the work. Proper brainstorming should prevent a case in which a customer is totally unhappy with the work created. All I can say is that I will do my best to provide you with content that you are happy with. I have been a Warrior for 8 years, and know how important keeping a good reputation is on future business.

**FREE FOR DECEMBER ORDERS 9. Along with the content creation, I include free for my customers a basic title page (simply the title, sub-title, and author - no graphics or images), a common copyright page, and a clickable Table of Contents. The project will be in MS Word format for immediate submission to Amazon Kindle.

Fiction or Non-Fiction??

I am going to be provide both types of content, but please be aware that the fiction will be at a slightly higher wage. Although writing non-fiction can be very straight-forward and predictable, creating fiction is a whole different ballgame. I provide both because I have experience writing and publishing both. And while non-fiction offers you a fair amount of estimation on how much royalties will be earned, fiction is a wild care.

Points to consider with Non-fiction:

- do your keyword research. Find out what people are searching for.
- success is generally found in sub-niches of popular niches
- if a niche is too technical or out of my scope of writing, I will do my best to address that as soon as possible. I am confident that I can write in most niches, but reserve the right to turn down projects that I know will be too difficult to create content in a timely manner.
- I am going "block up" the project. So for instance, let's say that you order a 2,000 word project on the benefits of veganism. I will break down the project into 5 chapters of 400 words each.

Points to consider with Fiction:

- fiction is pretty hot lately, especially shorter pieces. A newer trend I have been seeing is called, "Flash fiction." These are published works between 500 to 1,000 words generally. People are craving little snippets of fiction that they can read in those "in between" times going from one place to the next. It's definitely not for everyone, but it is certainly growing in popularity
- romance and erotica are what I have the most experience writing in, although I have written in the horror genre as well. But I am also confident that I can create content in most other genres as well, just haven't had the opportunity to try yet. I'm not a New York Times Best Seller, and can't guarantee I will make you the next Amanda Hocking, Stephen King, or J.K. Rowling. All I can say is that I will do my best to provide you with content that will be profitable to you in the long-term. :)
- I will "block up" the fiction writing content as well, but keep in mind as I said earlier, that fiction can be so unpredictable.

I want to help you on your journey.

I have published on Kindle. And will continue to do so because it is one of the easiest, safest ways to make money online that has ever existed. Not saying that as a marketing guy. Saying it as a writing guy. They were the game-changers.

Now you can publish directly with them, and then get royalties for years to come.

Here are my packages:

I have a minimum word count amount of 1,000 words per project (so you can purchase 1,000 words and have me break it into 5 projects of 200 words each - sorry).

I have a maximum word count of 10,000 words per project. Creating a project in excess of 10,000 words is a slightly different beast, especially when it comes to fiction. Just PM me the details before you order if you would like to order 10,000+ words. I am open to just about any writing project is the money and terms are attractive.


Intro Price of 2.5 cents a word. To be raised to 3 cents a word after first 5 non-fiction projects are put into my writing schedule.

Package #1

1,000 word non-fiction project.
(1,000 x $0.025 = $25)


Package #2

2,500 word non-fiction project.
(2,500 x $0.025 = $62.50)

Package #3

5,000 word non-fiction project.
(5,000 x $0.025 = $125)


Package #4

10,000 word non-fiction project.
(10,000 x $0.025 = $250)



Intro Price of 3 cents a word. To be raised to 4 cents a word after first 5 fiction projects are put on my writing schedule.

Package #5

1,000 word fiction project.
(1,000 x $0.03 = $30)


Package #6

2,500 word fiction project.
(2,500 x $0.03 = $75)

Package #7

5,000 word fiction project.
(5,000 x $0.03 = $150)


Package #8

10,000 word fiction project.
(10,000 x $0.03 = $300)


Other writing I have experience with:

- blog/website content
- short stories
- reports
- screenplays
- poetry
- autoresponder follow up messages

I am open to any project. I don't want to limit myself by saying what I will or will not work. Just ask.

If you need a rush job, it will be 5 cents a word.

Send Paypal payments to: josephpahl15@gmail.com

JoeMack 4th May 2014 01:52 PM

Example Of My Non-Fiction Writing:

This is the introduction that I included in my e-guide "The Clickbank Snowball." That guide is one of several non-fiction titles that I have published on Amazon.com under a variety of pen names.


Imagine that you are at the top of a snow-covered hill. You bend down, grab a handful of snow, and form it into the shape of a ball. You pack it tight, so that the snow is firm and dense. You swing your arm back, and carefully roll the snowball down the snowy hill.

At first, the snowball barely has enough energy to sustain its progress. But it does. And as it moves down the hill, it starts to pick up snow off the ground. What began as a small, delicate snowball is getting bigger and bigger as it goes down the hill, gathering more snow as it does. By adding snow, the snowball is getting heavier and gaining momentum.

By the time the snowball reaches the forest at the bottom of the hill, it is a massive thing going full speed ahead. The weight and density of the snowball is so great that it barrels through the forest, snapping any trees like twigs in its way.

And what if your online income was that snowball? What if you started something small and delicate, gave it a gentle but intelligent push, and rolled it down the hillside, gathering more and more momentum as it went. That's the concept behind the Clickbank Income Snowball.

Everyone making $20,000 a month at one point started out with just a single action. They did something to get the “income ball” rolling down the hill. And as that income ball progressed, it gathered its own “snow” in the form of profits. Profits that were added to the income ball, making it bigger and heavier. Allowing it to have incredible momentum.

We read about the income snowballs all the time on the internet. And we are jealous of those smart marketers who figured out how to get one of them rolling. There comes a point when the income being produced by the snowball allows for so many more opportunities to be taken. The more money earned, the more money that can be re-invested into the income snowball. Causing more profits to be made. It's a sweet spot that very few people ever reach.

But why haven't you? Why can't you?

How different would your life be if you were able to create income snowballs that generate increasing amounts of profits with less and less time and effort involved on your part? You get the ball rolling, but once it does, it continues to keep moving by itself. You'll still have to guide it, but it will have a life of its own. What if your income snowball grew to the size of a house? Or a skyscraper? Or what if you created multiple income snowballs?

The internet gives just about anyone the ability to create their very own income snowball. That's not to say that everything you do will become an income snowball. In fact, most people work really hard just to get a single result. It's like taking a handful of snow, throwing it down the hill, hoping that it will become that same sort of massive, tree-breaking income snowball. It just doesn't work that way.

The beauty of recurring payouts.

Tom and Jim are internet marketers. They are brothers that tend to act in similar ways, but aren't identical. Tom decides that he wants to promote an affiliate program that pays out a commission of $25 for each sale. Jim, who is targeting the same niche, chooses an affiliate program similar to Tom's, but his offers $25 per month for each month the prospect pays for the affiliate service.

Both Tom and Jim use the same marketing techniques to promote their affiliate programs. They put in the same amount of effort over their first month, and both make ten sales. Both are ecstatic to be sitting with their $250 (10 sales X $25 payout) in commission income. But that's not the end of the story.

Let's say that they both get into accidents, and are in comas for six months. When they both wake up, Tom still has $250 sitting in his affiliate account, but Jim has up to $1,500 in his account. That's an insane difference for the same amount of effort put in.

Now granted, I am simplifying matters. But this is the core to this guide. This simple concept will help you to create your own income snowballs. If you are going to put in the time and effort to make an affiliate sale, doesn't it make sense to promote an affiliate program that pays you over and over again?

I discovered my own internet snowball by accident. I had started to promote an affiliate product in the currency trading niche, but had to stop marketing efforts all of a sudden in order to focus my efforts on another opportunity. That initial project was pushed to the back burner for about 8 months, but for the brief amount of time I marketed it, I had sold three subscriptions to the affiliate program, each paying $49.50 commission per month. One customer canceled their subscription after month 1, the second canceled after month 5, and the third was paying eight months later (and still is as far as I know). So for the time I had worked, I generated $49.50 from the first sale, $247.50 ($49.50 X 5 months) on the second sale, and $396 ($49.50 X 8 months). That's $693 in affiliate commissions, $544.50 more than I would have gotten if they were one-time only sales.

Doing further research, I discovered numerous affiliate programs paying out ongoing commissions in all types of niches.

The power of recurring affiliate commissions is the cumulative effect that they produce. You keep getting more payouts on work you already did, while still generating new sales on your current efforts.

So let's say that through your marketing efforts, you have figured out a way to consistently generate 5 sales a month. On a product paying out $50 a month, that results in $250 after month 1, $500 after month 2, $750 after month 3, $1000 after month 3 and so on and so on. Your income snowball is flying down the hill, picking up more and more momentum each month. And if you were to re-invest some of those profits back into your marketing in order to create more sales, you would be selling more than 10 copies a month and growing exponentially faster.

The snowball process, especially when a portion of the profits are put back in to your marketing efforts, has a compounding effect. If that doesn't get you excited as an internet marketer, then I don't know what will.

Now that I have whetted your appetite to the incredible possibilities of creating an internet income snowball of your very own, let's talk about the are method of monetization: the Clickbank affiliate directory.

Example of my Fiction Writing:

This is a sample of an un-published erotica short story called, "The Hooker and The Hacker."


Now while it was awesome to be making tons of cash online, I hadn't been able to develop any type of relationship with a woman. It was really frustrating, and I really felt like I was missing out on something that most people simply took for granted. So I decided to make a change. My solution: online dating websites.

At the time, it made perfect sense. What better way to find someone in this busy world than by signing up to be a member of one or more of the popular dating websites. The stigma associated with online dating no longer existed, so I jumped right in. I became a member of that super popular dating website. You know, the one that they play on television around the clock, showing off their members who had found their ideal matches by using the answers of short questionnaires.

I uploaded a recent pic of myself, filled out the profile and questionnaire as completely as possible, and waited. And waited. And waited. Over time, I did meet a few people from the dating website, but they never looked like their photo, nor did their personalities live up to how they described themselves. It was one disappointment after another. After about eight months, I canceled my membership and gave up on dating websites.

Being an adult virgin, especially with how successful I had become financially, was bringing me down. For a couple of years, I could think of nothing else except getting laid for that first time.

Then an obnoxious, but well-meaning friend of mine, pointed out the obvious, “Max, you are a multimillionaire. You can buy anything you want. Anything.” With a wink of his eye, I got what he was hinting at. Why I hadn't thought of this before is still beyond my comprehension.

While purchasing the services of a escort would definitely solve my virginity issue, it was still illegal and I didn't want to do anything that would jeopardize my freedom or wealth. So although I probably didn't have to, I went through the process of creating a fake identity, complete with phony forms of identification and legitimate-appearing and well-fund bank accounts.

Through my obnoxious friend, I found an upscale escort service that had been in business for several years and was known for protecting the privacy of their clients.

I went ahead and rented the most expensive room in a high-end hotel just outside of town. Once I got comfortable, I opened up my laptop and went to the escort service's website. At first, I thought that my shyness would prevent me from even placing the call to hire a hooker. But thank God (again) for the internet!

From the website, I didn't just have the ability to choose the qualities of the escort that I wanted, I could pick the exact escort herself. It was like the ultimate adult version of having total freedom in a candy store. The profiles didn't say much, but that was fine because there was plenty of what really mattered: photos and videos.

After checking out about a dozen escorts, I found the one I wanted. Her name was Candy. She was 21 years old, just over five feet tall, and very thin. Her dark, curly hair and almond eyes gave her a seductive Mediterranean beauty. The photos definitely turned me on, but it was watching her video that really hooked me. She was dressed in a tiny black bikini top that barely did its job of covering up her nipples. Her entire body was lathered generously with baby oil, and in the erotic glow of the flickering candlelight, she went through a routine of yoga poses.

Each new move highlighted a different, sensual curve on her body. As I watched her twist and turn her body from one position to the next, my mind fantasized. I could almost feel her slippery skin gliding teasingly against me, and it was those fantasies that made me choose her.

An hour after making the selection online, there was a soft knock at the door. I hurried over and peeked through the security hole, but all I could see was the top of someone's head. I slowly turned the door handle and pulled open the door.

“Are you Kevin Smith?” a delicate voice said. I opened the door wide and was pleasantly surprised by what I saw. Although I did my research on this escort service company, there were still the possibility of the person showing up looking nothing like the person from the website. But this wasn't the case. Candy was much sexier in person. She looked delicious.

“Yes, I am,” I lied. The name belonged to the alter ego that I had made for this experience.

“Please, come in?” She slowly walked past me, and my nose was overwhelmed by how good she smelled. It was an erotic mix of flowers and vanilla, and the muscles in my thighs twitched reflexively.

I closed and locked the door, and turned to watch her. She was very petite, and the thought of my large body smashing down on her elvish one turned me on in a way I hadn't anticipated. She removed her long, leather coat and placed it on the arm of a table. She was in a tight, white halter top, and a black leather skirt that just barely covered her curves. Her delicate feet in tall, black high heel shoes made their way towards me.

Richard King 28th May 2014 05:16 AM

Re: CONTENT CREATION/GHOSTWRITING: 50% Up front/50% Upon Completion: All Genres. Fiction or Non-Fict
Hey Joe,

Do you have any more examples i can have a look at please?


alimulyadi 1st June 2014 03:32 AM

Re: CONTENT CREATION/GHOSTWRITING: 50% Up front/50% Upon Completion: All Genres. Fiction or Non-Fict

I am interested with your autoresponder follow up messages.

Could you send me the sample?

What is your rate for autoresponder followe up messages?


JoeMack 1st June 2014 08:19 AM

Re: CONTENT CREATION/GHOSTWRITING: 50% Up front/50% Upon Completion: All Genres. Fiction or Non-Fict

Originally Posted by alimulyadi (Post 9236704)

I am interested with your autoresponder follow up messages.

Could you send me the sample?

What is your rate for autoresponder followe up messages?



A few years back I authored the course "Mind Maximizer' that I delivered via a series of autoresponder messages. Here is Day 2 of that autoresponder email series:


Dear Reader:

Lesson 2: Affirmation Imprinting of the MindMaximizer eCourse

You are probably familiar with affirmations. They are your desires made into statements that you read or say to yourself. Don't underestimate this simple mind technique.

The goal with Affirmation Imprinting is to repeat a statement over and over again, day after day, until it makes an "imprint" on your subconscious. Once this occurs, your subconscious mind will sense a difference between what it sees as being "real" and your outer physical world.

This difference will cause a tension and your subconscious mind will provide you with ideas, motivation and behaviors so that your outer world will begin to match up with your inner world. It will seem almost magical the way doors and opportunities open up for you everywhere in order to make that affirmation a reality.

But wait! In order for the affirmation imprinting to occur most effectively, the affirmation statements need to be written a specific way.

Three guidelines to powerful affirmation statements:

1. They must be personal. You are going to use the words "I" and "My" in each case. For example, a proper affirmation would be "I am confident when speaking in front of a large audience", not "You are confident...."

2. They must be positive. You would state your affirmation like this: "I eat healthy meals each day." A negative, and thus ineffective affirmation, would be "I don't eat junk food."

You see, although the subconscious is a powerful tool, it is still rather simple. It sees what you are saying as images rather than words, and so it can't comprehend words like "don't" and "can't."

When you say, "I don't eat junk food," your subconscious mind brings up an image of you and junk food, and you actually begin to reinforce the behavior that you are trying to change.

3. They must be in present tense. Logically you would think to make the affirmation in the future tense, as in "I will be successful in my business." But this isn't the case. When you put your statement out into some distant future, no tension is created within the subconscious mind, and therefore no imprinting or changes will occur.

You see, when you say that you will be successful someday, you are also implying that you are not successful now. That matches exactly with what your subconscious knows to be true, and therefore no change.

Just by changing that same affirmation to present tense, "I am successful in my business," you create the tension needed and your subconscious goes to work. I don't mean to sound repetitive, but these three guidelines are crucial to Affirmation Imprinting.

Ok, now you know how to write powerful affirmations. Let's put this knowledge to use.

Action Plan for Affirmation Imprinting:

Step 1: Choose a maximum of three behaviors that you would like to change. Since you are just starting out, trying to change too many things at once will greatly reduce the probability of any affirmations being imprinted onto your subconscious. Ideally, you want to choose just one behavior to focus on. Once you start to see the effects of your affirmation becoming your reality, only then would you start with a new affirmation.

Step 2: Get ten index cards (the 3 1/2 by 5 inch kind) and using the guidelines I gave to you above, properly write out your affirmation in big, bold lettering.

Step 3: You are going to place these ten cards around your environment so that you see them constantly. Place one by your bed, one on your refrigerator, one on your bathroom mirror, one on the steering wheel of your car (please don't try to read the affirmation while you're driving), one by your computer monitor, and so on in places where you will see them often. I find it also helps if I keep one in the back pocket of my pants.

Step 4: As soon as you wake up in the morning and right before you fall asleep at night, say the affirmation out loud twenty times. When you repeat these statements, speak with enthusiasm, and smile knowing that with each affirmation read, you are deepening the imprint on your subconscious mind.

Step 5: Each time you see any of the other index cards that you wrote the affirmation on, say the statement out loud ten times, again with enthusiasm and faith.

Step 6: When the imprinting occurs and you start to see the changes in your life "magically " happen, you can move on to a new affirmation to work on.

I know that it sounds over simplistic, but this mind technique has worked for countless others and can work for you if you maintain the discipline to carry it out.

In our next lesson, we will talk about the cousin to the affirmation: subliminal messages.

Until then,


JoeMack 5th August 2014 07:56 PM

Re: KINDLE Content Creation/Ghostwriting: Fiction or Non-Fiction: TRY ME OUT
Man, nobody's even given me a chance to show my skills.

LIMITED OFFER: I will write your content for 2 cents a word. First person gets it.


SmallRevolution 2nd December 2014 06:14 PM

Re: KINDLE Content Creation/Ghostwriting: Fiction or Non-Fiction: TRY ME OUT
Joe, I've just sent you a PM.

I wonder what your open and click rates are for the auto-responders that you've written.

We are currently getting around 70% open rate but from a very small list. This is something that we need help with.

Anyway, hoping for a reply to my PM.

Thank you.

JoeMack 10th December 2014 01:42 PM

Re: KINDLE Content Creation/Ghostwriting: Fiction or Non-Fiction: TRY ME OUT
I'm not sure if you are truly serious about hiring me or if you simply wanted to respond to my Warriors For Hire thread to get link exposure for your sig file.

70% open rate seems rather high. I can't promise you of getting an open rate higher than that.


Originally Posted by SmallRevolution (Post 9713056)
Joe, I've just sent you a PM.

I wonder what your open and click rates are for the auto-responders that you've written.

We are currently getting around 70% open rate but from a very small list. This is something that we need help with.

Anyway, hoping for a reply to my PM.

Thank you.

JoeMack 10th December 2014 01:45 PM

Re: KINDLE Content Creation/Ghostwriting: Fiction or Non-Fiction: TRY ME OUT
JoeMack says.....

Open For Business Again!!

First Come, First Serve.

Please give me a chance.

thefsboking 28th May 2015 11:18 AM

Re: KINDLE Content Creation/Ghostwriting: Fiction or Non-Fiction: TRY ME OUT
Hi Joe,

If this is still open PM me and I can give you details of a Ebook I need help with.



lenkablog 27th October 2016 04:04 AM

Re: KINDLE Content Creation/Ghostwriting: Fiction or Non-Fiction: TRY ME OUT
is this service still available ? Do you only write the books ,other stuff like Formatting , ecover you don't support?

lenkablog 29th October 2016 04:40 PM

Re: KINDLE Content Creation/Ghostwriting: Fiction or Non-Fiction: TRY ME OUT
Is there any discount available for regular purchase , do you also support for ecover and formatting ? Will you give the NDA ? Can I see a sample ?

lenkablog 9th November 2016 05:42 AM

Re: KINDLE Content Creation/Ghostwriting: Fiction or Non-Fiction: TRY ME OUT
Hello also can you Format the book to make it proper to publish in kindle also TOS .

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