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Memoir Writing Services

Let us preserve your precious memories by turning them into an astounding piece of memoir work.

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Memoir Writers for Hire

Our exceptionally talented team is full of efficient writers who particularly excel in memoir writing. Do you want to preserve your personal story? Hire our memoir writers and have them express your story beautifully.

Immensely Talented Team of Memoir Ghostwriters for Hire

You may have the perfect story for your biography, but our writers provide their technical skills and the sensibility to carry your story forward. They are well equipped with the right tools to come up with the perfect memoir while preserving the original story just the way you tell it. Our memoir ghostwriters also give you all the confidence you need to start drafting up points for your memoir while ensuring your draft remains strictly confidential. Our professional memoir writers ensure that your story remains in its proper form, but they also add the additional sparkle it needs to outshine any other memoir work.

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A Vast Network of Memoir Writers

Our memoir writers network comprises ghostwriters that are adept at conserving your stories and expressing them in whatever manner you desire.

Writing a memoir may be a personal task, but our proficient ghostwriters value your sentiments and emotions, and they spare no effort into transforming your treasured memories into a book. If you wish to see the most special moments of your life written down as chapters, stories, or books, contact us now!

Memoir writing specifically requires a lot of expertise since it has numerous niches, but we have got you covered! Our team has multiple famous memoir genre writers, each highly skilled in several niches, which may be as follows.

  • Personal Event Memoir
  • Portraiture Memoir
  • Spiritual Quest Memoir
  • Travel or Adventure Memoir
  • Novel-Like Memoir
  • Celebrity Memoir

Our Writers

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.

Esther Rowe

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.

Rosalie Guzman

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.

Leo Weber

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.

Process We Follow


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.

Research &
Outline Draft

The best candidate according to the skills required for your book is selected, who thoroughly studies the concept from available information and crafts out of it the outline for a book for you to approve.

First Chapter

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.

Editing &

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.

Formatting, Typesetting
& Designing

Once the entire manuscript is approved by the client, we format it to publishing standards, give it a professional look and tasteful flavor with fonts, graphical details and cover designs.

Publishing &

After the final manuscript has been approved for publishing, we publish your book following your desired format and execute a custom marketing and promotional strategy.

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Find answers to the most Frequently Asked Questions

What is memoir writing?

Memoir writing is non-fictional, a close to reality biography of the author expressed in a storytelling manner. A memoir may either be of true events or, depending upon the author, the events can be exaggerated or spiced up to create a captivating piece. The aim of a memoir is to focus on personal experience, emotions, and feelings and use these attributes to come up with something exciting. Moreover, memoir writing may cause a writer to get personal about their feelings and experiment with new horizons.

How to start writing a memoir?

Imagination is the most fundamental factor for writing anything; thinking outside of the box, using your imagination to spice up your personal experiences, and penning them down like you wish they had turned to be, is a good start to writing a memoir. However, it is important to keep in mind not to go too overboard with it; after all, a memoir needs to have originality. It is a wise idea not to start writing a memoir from the very beginning of your life. It is not necessary to follow a specific order as the optimum goal is to achieve an interesting piece, regardless of the order followed. Engaging the reader from the very beginning of the memoir is imperative, as this makes them want to read more and more. This can be done by raising a question that does not necessarily need to make sense at that point, but you can later reveal the essence behind it to make the reader eager for the next chapter.

What techniques do writers use when writing a memoir?

Engaging the reader from the beginning of the memoir is a technique that most good writers use. This can be done by creating a dramatic entrance, which would eventually have readers to want more of it. Good writers keep their audience engaged from the very beginning. After all, first impressions play the most significant role in a memoir. Furthermore, they make sure they keep the reader engaged throughout the memoir. Building trust with the reader, bringing out their emotions through your writing, and connecting with them are all factors that keep the reader engaged thoroughly. Some writers do not feel the need to tell their whole autobiography; they just develop the relevant stories and experiences in an elaborately and interesting manner, proving that quality does play a more pivotal role than quantity.

How to overcome writer’s block when writing a memoir?

Writer’s block occurs quite often when a writer is unable to come up with new content or new writing. It occurs due to various reasons, the most common one being writing too much.

To overcome a writer’s block in memoir writing, the author can go through old albums, conversations, memories, or just a place close to their heart that holds their memories. Doing so may allow them to look at their past experiences with a new perspective, which perhaps may further allow them to put their new perspective into better words and eventually overcome the writer’s block.

Memoir & autobiography writing services.

If you’re reading this page, the odds are good that you’ve decided to turn over the writing of your memoir or autobiography manuscript to a ghostwriter. If you’re not a writer, or don’t have the time to put your life on paper, hiring a ghostwriter is probably a great idea.


Let’s begin with some definitions from

Autobiography: A history of a person’s life, written or told by that person.

Memoir: A record of events written by a person having intimate knowledge of them and based on personal observation.

While related, an autobiography is one’s complete history. A memoir is the story of part of, or an event in, that person’s history. Of course, we have written many. Usually the finished manuscript is destined to a traditional publisher, but some authors prefer to have them privately printed and distributed only to their family.

Initially, the memoir ghostwriter’s task is to listen and to review whatever notes, journals, diaries, documents and recordings the author can provide. Oftentimes, the writer will need to interview the subject in order to fill out the narrative. If distance permits, we can do that in person, or by phone or Skype.

Who needs a memoir?

Anyone with an interesting story to tell. Commercial publishers want to sell thousands of books, even if your story will fit a niche, such as a memoir about 1991’s Desert Storm invasion of Iraq, targeted to those with an interest in military history. If commercial publication is the goal, you need to present your story in the most compelling manner possible.

It’s much the same thing with an autobiography. For commercial publication, the subject should either have a high-profile or be well known, or have a very powerful, eye-opening story to tell, or both. For private publication, such as for a family, neither is a factor.

Examples of good candidates for a memoir

Corporate leaders. Business founders. Sports stars. Music, film, television and stage personalities. Artists. Writers. Politicians. Innovators. People intimately involved with major events, such as elections, military ops, revolutions and civil rights. Another good candidate would be the story of a David vs. a Goliath, such as in a precedent-setting courtroom battle where an ordinary, otherwise unknown person takes on and vanquishes a giant foe and changes history in the process.

For example, memoirs and autobiographies I have in my library include those by Col. David Hackworth, Tip O’Neill, Sam Walton, Patricia Kennealy, Richard Branson, Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf, Michael Eisner, David Brinkley, Gay Talese, Bob Schieffer and Warren Buffett. I have many more biographies not written by the subjects.

I find personal stories highly informative. Not only am I curious about how people did or achieved things, I’m in business and I often find the lessons useful in my own life. One of those lessons came from Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton’s memoir. The reason for the famed Wal-Mart greeter was two-fold: To make people feel welcome and, more importantly, to keep customers from walking out of the store with unpaid merchandise. Back in the 1980s and ’90s, I successfully adapted his idea to prevent scammers from fraudulently using credit cards to buy goods by mail or phone order at a company I used to own.

Your personal story may not only entertain readers but it may also be useful to them, as Walton’s was to me.

The story can be told as fiction

Sometimes, often to avoid lawsuits, a true story is related as fiction. In film, the producers of 1960’s Inherit the Wind changed all the names involved in the 1925 Scopes “monkey trial” about a school teacher’s arrest in Tennessee over teaching the theory of evolution. In 1960, some of those small-town, small-minded people were still alive and apparently armed with lawyers.

Sometimes, a work is presented as fiction for reasons of storytelling. In books, Thomas Keneally’s work, Schindler’s Ark (List in the US) told the true story of a Nazi named Oskar Schindler and how he exploited Jewish slave labor in the making of war equipment, then later acted to save well over a thousand of them from extermination. Keneally wrote the story using the techniques of fiction and even won a fiction prize, despite the story not being fictional. (Yes, it’s the book on which the famous Steven Spielberg movie was based).

The New York Times carried an article about the writing of the book. It’s worth reading.

We can help you

Ghostwriters Central has been helping clients tell their stories since 2002. The first step is to read our Client Comments page (on the menu, above). Every word is true. Then, call, text or email us. You will be connecting with me and we will have a conversation. I will describe the process, policies, pricing, and answer any questions you may have.

You can also find the pricing information on our ghostwriting rates page.

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Memoir Writing Services

Want to bring life to your personal stories or create an impactful memoir that sells? Join hands with our experienced memoir writers and get a memoir written that will be cherished by your readers.

Team Up With Our Bestselling Memoir Ghostwriters And Bring Life To Your Stories

Writing a memoir can help you connect with readers on an emotional level. It can also add enormous value by teaching them various ways to overcome obstacles in their lives. To create a memoir that leaves an impact on readers, it’s important to write it in a narrative style and include the elements of storytelling in your book. Our ghostwriters are skilled at creating memoirs that move your audience and build an emotional connection with them.

We understand it can be tough for you to select a ghostwriter for your memoir because your stories are personal to you. Our writers conduct one-on-one interviews with you and make you feel heard. Having a proven experience of writing and publishing several high-profile memoirs, we ensure your memoir conveys all the important details about your life stories.

We Create A Memoir That Stays Immortal

Everyone has a life story they want to pass across. Stories about your personal achievements, how you overcame obstacles, success in your career, or how you survived a debilitating health condition, whatever aspects of your life you want to give words to. These stages make us learn and instill in us the empathy and happiness we like to see in the world.

We build an effective story arc in your memoir to show your personal growth and portray it in compelling words. Our ghostwriters incorporate storytelling elements, address the conflict, and create a compelling theme for your life story.

Struggling to Write a Memoir?

Our Memoir Writing Services Will Help You Publish Your Personal Stories

Working with our bestselling memoir ghostwriters can open a doorway for you to become a published author. We’ve written memoirs for individuals, celebrities, business people, actors, and athletes that have been successfully published and generated high sales. We help you connect with literary agents to get your memoir published by leading publishing platforms.

Our memoir ghostwriters are curious and genuinely interested in knowing you and listening to your stories. They come from various backgrounds with diverse skills and expertise and collaborate with you efficiently. Whether you want to cover your family history or a personal event in your memoir, we’ll listen to you and stay with you every step of the way. Hire a ghostwriter today with Ghostwriting Services.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A memoir is a subjective account of the author’s significant life events that build an emotional connection with the readers and make them reflect on life.

A biography is an objective account of someone’s life that unravels the events in a chronological pattern. It is more extensive than a memoir and involves a person’s life story from a third-person perspective.

Lastly, an autobiography involves an extensive coverage of all aspects of the author’s life from a subjective point of view. It is mostly written towards the end of life and covers the events that shape the author’s world.

Our memoir writing process starts with in-depth interviews to better understand your personal stories. We connect you with an expert memoir ghostwriter who understands your project details well and applies industry knowledge based on the interview. Once both the parties get acquainted, we start the writing process.

The duration of memoir writing and editing is determined by the length of your book, time taken to review journals, diaries, recordings, and documents you provide, and the number of revisions you want. After the book is completed, we format it according to the traditional publishing standards and send you the final manuscript for review. We welcome any changes from your side and incorporate your feedback to provide you with the quality you want.

The cost of your memoir is determined by its length, total word count, the time taken to conduct the interviews, travel expenses, and how urgently you want to receive it. Our standard ghostwriting packages start from $15,000, including 2-3 days of conducting interviews, travel costs, and the basic research needed for your project.

If you want to know how much your desired memoir writer and editor may charge you, you can fill in the form above and get a free quote.

It’s natural for people to get nervous or feel reserved about sharing their life stories with a writer they’ve just met, and this is the reason we conduct personal interviews and meetings with them. We make sure that you and your family members feel comfortable sharing personal details with us.

Memoir ghostwriting requires back and forth collaboration between writers and clients. Our memoir ghostwriter welcomes feedback and suggestions from you to ensure that you’re fully satisfied.

No worries. You can send back your book draft and request any changes you want. We offer free revisions to our valuable customers and stay with them until they’re completely satisfied with our service. We welcome your feedback and suggestions to understand your visions better and incorporate your desired changes.

An unprofessional ghostwriter may share the details of your project to attract new clients and breach your rights in the process. We take pride in saying that all the information and manuscripts you provide us remain strictly confidential.

We follow professional industry standards of writing and publishing and ensure that the excerpts from your book aren’t used elsewhere without your knowledge.

No. Memoir ghostwriters usually do not get paid royalties. They are contracted on a work-for-hire basis and receive payments from their clients as the work progresses.

However, they can receive royalties if they’re acknowledged as co-authors of the books or the clients they write for generate high sales from the project. Moreover, if a client is a high-profile figure and wants to get a memoir published for commercial intent, the ghostwriter may likely receive royalties.