When I tell people I ghostwrite, I usually get the same two questions.
First: “What are you working on?” To which I respond, “I’d tell you, but then I’d have to kill you.”
Second: “Don’t you want credit for your work?”
Not especially. I’m getting paid to do something I love. It keeps me in organic produce, which makes me happy. If I do a good job, I might be hired again, so I can buy more organic produce, which will make me happier. Besides, the writing I do under my own name give me gratification and portfolio to spare.
So what makes a good ghostwriter? Continue reading “Ghostwriters on the Storm by Laurie Boris”