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Ghostwriters: Say “Yes” When Offered More Business

Ghostwriters: Say “Yes” When Offered More Business Ghostwriters experience the same “feast or famine” scenario that freelance writers regularly deal with. One month work is pouring in, the next, all you hear is crickets. Many ghostwriters experience a cycle of too much work, then too little, with anxiety spiking in between those two states of Read More »

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When Writing a Memoir, First Consider How to Tell It

  John DeSimone is a published memoir ghostwriter and novelist. He has successfully ghostwritten more than a dozen books, taught writing at the university level, and edited several hundred others, both fiction and non-fiction. His passion is helping individuals shape their stories into compelling reads. Find out more about him at www.johndesimone.com. When Writing a Read More »

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Revision Hell: A case study for disaster

Richard Lowe, Jr. is a bestselling author who has published 63 books, ghostwritten 12 books, and produced several hundred articles for blogs and publications. He is the owner and senior writer of The Writing King, which provides services such as ghostwriting, book coaching, WordPress implementation, blogging and copywriting. Richard is also a senior LinkedIn branding specialist Read More »

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5 Things I Wish I’d Known When I Started Ghostwriting

Like many in the field, I’ve been ghostwriting for a few years now. And as I look back, there are a few things I wish I had known as I was getting started: 1. Ghostwriters create more than just books. While ghostwriting a book for a tech guru was my first project, I limited my Read More »

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Juggling for Ghostwriters

I was never able to master juggling. Apples, oranges, rubber balls – you name it, I was unsuccessful. I could launch one piece of fruit and then another, but when I tried to add more than that, I always failed. I felt overwhelmed, quickly losing track of where each orange or apple was. I guess Read More »

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Save Time and Energy with Improved Focus, Ghostwriters

I read Tim Ferriss’s book, The 4-Hour Workweek, when it came out 10 years ago because I was intrigued with the notion of working only four hours a week (spoiler alert: I’ve never come close to that goal). Ferriss had some great ideas, which I implemented, to boost my own productivity and focus. And I’m Read More »

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Ghostwriters: The Outlook for Ghostwriting in 2017

  While I don’t have a crystal ball that can tell me what the next 12 months will look like for professional ghostwriters, signs that have emerged in the last few months help us to infer what the rest of the year may hold. Here is what I think we’ll see in the coming year Read More »

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