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The Complete Guide to Ghostwriting

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Rosemary R, Educator

Last updated on 28 Feb 2018

I Recommend This Book


This was a quick reference book for writers interested in ghostwriting. There were many wonderful points with anecdotes of writing genres for ghostwriters and for whom they write. I enjoyed knowing what is required of a ghostwriter and the expectations for completing projects. I think my only point of contention, and it was so minor, is the presumption that journalists can more readily ghost write. I think any career or position where one must interview with follow up questions can be a ghost writer too: detectives, police officers, attorneys, judges, social workers, therapists, doctors, etc. I'm a former attorney and professor who taught my students how to interview clients. I led workshops on how to take notes, organize those notes, and annotate notes while interviewing for ease of follow up questions. 
If you'd like a reference giving insight on ghostwriting, I'd recommend this book as a great start.

Thank you to Netgalley and the author for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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