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"Kelly Mack McCoy has a unique writer’s voice, and it comes through in his pages with an easy style to keep you captivated until the very end. He uses dialogue to charm, intrigue and guide the readers to many conclusions--some truthful and others, well...he’ll keep you guessing. Excellent writing."
"I highly recommend Kelly Mack McCoy for your ghostwriting needs. As a fellow author, I credit my connection with Mack as the motivation for creating my audiobook. Mack is a great writer, has a wealth of knowledge, and will steer you in the right direction."
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"Kelly Mack McCoy is a great writer and a hard-working good ole boy in everything that he does."
Phillip Telfer | Pastor, Author, & Musician
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"It’s not every day you have the opportunity to read an engaging novel about a truck driver, written by one. Kelly Mack McCoy is the real deal as an emerging author."
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"Kelly Mack McCoy is an exceptional writer with a high level of emotional intelligence that allows him to draw out your story and make it the best it can be."
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“Kelly Mack McCoy is an amazing ghostwriter! We met him divinely through connections in the trucking industry. He writes our blogs creatively and with soul. We left our 'normal' lives, hit the road in an 18-wheeler, and now minister to the lost and lonely souls we encounter along the way in what has been an incredible journey. Kelly Mack McCoy fits our needs as a writer, not only because of his writing skills, but also because of his strong faith. We look forward to working with him in the future even after our book, Never a Straight Line, is published.”
I have loved books and reading as far back as I can remember. And I loved to write. Even when I was very young, I loved strolling through the aisles of bookstores and picking up random books to read. Sometimes I would be awed by the brilliant prose and think, I could never write like that. And then I would pick up another book that was not so well written, and I would think, if he can write like that and somehow get his book on a shelf in a bookstore, I know I can too. This was long before self-publishing made the process much easier.
So, I had it in my heart to become a writer from an early age, yet I never pursued writing as a career. Why? Henry Ford said, “Whether you think you can, or think you can’t, you are right.” I didn’t think I could. Therefore, I didn’t. Growing up, I never thought I’d amount to much at all. I come from a rough background - not a lot of money, not a lot of education. But somehow, the dream lived on. Here's my story:
I was born into a poor family and lived in the shadows cast by the glitzy part of the city where I grew up – the part of town known to outsiders, you know, the desirable part of town. You’ve heard stories about people who were poor but never knew it? When you’re a poor kid from a dysfunctional family in the big city, you know you’re poor.
As a child, I didn't have much - we couldn't afford new clothes or toys, and there were often nights we went to bed hungry. If you are familiar with the movie Sling Blade, you know about biscuits and mustard. Onion sandwiches were my treat.
Look up dysfunctional family, and you’ll see a photo of the McCoy family. My father was an alcoholic who stayed drunk for twenty-five years straight, as I recall – literally falling-down drunk. He actually did fall down drunk on the steps leading to the entrance to my school one day when I was in elementary school. In his defense, he came there to defend me because of the latest trouble I had gotten into, which I'm sure I didn't deserve because I was likely guilty of the infraction, whatever it was.
My mom was in and out of insane asylums (they were called that in those days). By some miracle, with that background, I managed to stay out of jail. But I did get expelled from elementary school, if that counts for anything.
One of my earliest memories is watching mom talk to the man in the watch she wore on her necklace (a treasured gift from her kids) before she was hauled off to the asylum for shock treatments. Another memory is visiting her there and being entertained by some patients who clung to bars and acted like monkeys. You can imagen how much fun it was at my house. Ahh...the halcyon days of youth.
Why do I tell these stories? If there's one thing I've learned in life, it's that comebacks are possible—no matter how rough your background may be. When facing difficult times, remember that better days are ahead if you're willing to keep fighting for your dreams.
You can see where my passion for storytelling comes from. All of us have stories worth telling. Another thing I’ve learned in life is that even if you come from what may appear to others as a privileged background, you have been through rough times of your own. No one escapes that in this life. And you have much wisdom to share because of it.
I know about life and how to write about it. I would love to help you share your story with others.
81% of people want to write a book someday. But 90% of first drafts end up stuck in a physical or digital drawer somewhere never to see the light of day again.
Words well written can take your business to a whole new level. Words never written are like opportunities lost. Have you considered ghostwriting? Let's get your words out there.
Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
You have a message the world needs to hear. You’ve poured your heart and soul into it. But you can’t go it alone.
That’s where I come in. I love helping people succeed.
You need someone who is passionate about helping your business succeed so you can focus on what you do best – building your business.
Rough Way to the High Way is in a contemporary setting, but the story is a classic tale of good and evil as old as time itself. The Sojourner's Road Home, an encouraging and life-changing devotional, is now availablr for pre-order. Never a Straight Line is the story about a couple on a unique journey.
Pastor Mack's wife, Georgia, provides a foundation that allows him to overcome the challenges of his past. He does overcome them – until Georgia is murdered. Mack returns to the only thing he knows how to do other than preach - drive.
He's not just looking for a way out now. He's looking for justice.
Masterclass with bestselling Christy Award-winning Lana McAra, author of 40+ books.
Rough Way to the High Way - Available on Audible and iTunes
A ghostwriting project will have a wide range of pricing options depending on your needs. A professional can multiply their income potential many times over with a book of their own. Most people underestimate the impact that a book can have on their career - and income! The fee can range from a few thousand dollars if you need touch-up or consulting services, or in the tens of thousands for a complete book project.
Mark Twain said: “I didn’t have time to write a short letter, so I wrote a long one.” Writing a 1,000-word article may cost anywhere from $100 -$1000, depending on your needs. It's often much easier to write a lengthy article than a short one. Copywriting and ghostwriting services cost is based on your project's goals. SEO oriented projects are on the lower end of the scale while conversion-oriented articles are on the high end. Use the contact method of your choice to discuss your needs.
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No Greater Love: 40 Prayers of Preparation and Praise
Light in the Darkness (Release date Fall 2023)