What do I look for in a fiction project?

Writing fiction is slightly different than writing non-fiction. My rule for non-fiction still applies here; as long as the author is passionate about the material, then I’m on board. While non-fiction involves research, the fiction equivalent is brainstorming. Fiction books need to follow their own internal logic. On the surface, this sounds simple enough. But […]

What do I look for in a non-fiction project?

The certification course, offered through California State University at Long Beach, covered both fiction and non-fiction ghostwriting. When I took the course, the first semester was non-fiction and the second semester was fiction. Now the course has been adjusted so that fiction and non-fiction is done simultaneously.Thankfully, I missed that schedule because focusing on just […]

Who Would Want to Write a Book?

The digital age is upon us, and things are becoming more and more…digital. With that, there is the ongoing argument over whether print books and books in general, still have a place in society. More specifically, a place in the business world. If you can download content on your smartphone in seconds, and consume content […]

So Why Hire a Ghostwriter?

A Common Question It’s a simple question, but it helps to start here when explaining “ghostwriting” to a new client. Sometimes they know a little, sometimes they know a lot, and sometimes they know nothing. Let’s start with the basics then… If you’re busy, but still need a book written, then hire a ghostwriter. If […]

What Does a Ghostwriter Typically Charge?

How Does it Work? Ghostwriters are providing a service. And they’re usually not going to get any credit for that service either. It’s in the name “ghostwriting service.” A professional ghostwriting company requires cash to come in to keep the operation going. If there was no income for this, it’d be a glorified hobby. While […]