Andy Wolfendon

Phoenix, Arizona, United States

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Andy Wolfendon

"Glow in the dark" ghostwriting, editing and scriptwriting

Outstanding ghostwriter and editor of both fiction and non-fiction books.

Have ghostwritten books credited to four NY Times bestselling authors.

Specialize in self-help, psychology, spirituality, business, biography, philosophy and "New Age." Gifted writer in story-based mediums such as plays, screenplays, short stories, novels.

A small random sampling of my work: ghostwrote a Chicken Soup for the Soul book title; ghostwrote two well-reviewed business/life-advice books published by BenBella; ghostwrote two business books published by Random House; ghostwrote a well-reviewed humor book about dogs; ghostwrote two series of children's books, one credited, one ghostwritten; wrote and/or designed about 25 computer/video games; have had over 20 screenplay options/commissions in Hollywood

Work Terms

I am flexible with work terms, adapting my processes to suit the project at hand, rather than the other way around. Generally I find it preferable for both parties to agree on a fixed fee for a project, but I am also happy to work on an hourly or per-word basis. Clarity of expectations for both parties, up front, is often the key to a successful working relationship. I generally ask for a start-up fee. For large projects, this would typically be in the 20 percent range. For small projects, usually 30 to 50 percent. Milestone payments are then scheduled in a way that makes sense for the particular project. Again, I try to be as flexible as possible. I understand I am providing a service. My intention is always to try to make the process easy and comfortable for my employers, as I believe people hire contractors to make their lives easier, not more complicated. My main expectation from employers is to provide timely feedback and payments.