Darkness chronicles my adventures trying to uncover a powerful cult that's intent on breaking the balance between Heaven and Hell, sending the entire world into chaos.
Okay, yes, Samantha helped. A little.
Why use a ghostwriter? Simple, really.
I've got better things to do.
I'm not the type to sit down in front of a computer for days on end, stringing together enough words to make a book. Even I'm not that sadistic.
I'm also one of those who likes to get the attention/praise/ego boost without putting the work in. My ghostwriter puts in the elbow grease, I reap the rewards. I don't know how he feels about the arrangement, but it suits me just fine.
Let's turn the Ask a Demon format on its head and ask Ryan!
Q (Bart): How honored do you feel putting pen to paper to tell my story?
A (Ryan): Oh, extremely. You wouldn't believe. It's the most beautiful thing.
Q (Bart): Is that sarcasm?
A (Ryan): I don't know. Is it?
Q (Bart): Would you rather I found someone else to tell my story?
A (Ryan): We both know that nobody else would tell your story as well as I do at the pay you offer.
Q (Bart): True. So what keeps you coming back, Mr. I wish I had a raise but the world just doesn't work that way?
A (Ryan): Same reason you won't write your story. I've got nothing better to do.
Q (Bart): That's ridiculous. There's nothing better you could possibly do with your day than tell my story.
A (Ryan): Says you.
The Q&A gets a little muffled at this point, since I had to teach Ryan a thing or two about gratitude.
A (Ryan): I apologize for my earlier hubris. Telling Bart's story is the honor of a lifetime. A thousand lifetimes, even. -wipes blood from nose-
And there you have it! Ryan loves telling my story (as well he should).
You can see how amazing my story is yourself over at Amazon.
Check it out!