With just a few days to go before Camp NaNoWriMo descends upon us, search engines and active minds are working tirelessly to help people just like you get prepared. Scrambling to find story ideas, research, and put together a plan of action to help them win the satisfaction of another NaNoWriMo certificate under their belt. I’ve […]
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I have been editing, writing, and ghostwriting in one form or another for decades: longer than some authors have even been alive. So when all those ads for James Patterson’s Master Class on writing started showing up on my Facebook feed, I ignored them. I don’t need those, and I certainly don’t need to pay $90 […]
I recently had the pleasure of being able to interview a potential client. Of course, interviewing for ghostwriting services is supposed to go both ways, isn’t it? Client interviews the ghostwriter to get an idea of ability and skill level, ghostwriter interviews the client to make sure it is someone with whom they can work and […]
Every writer I have ever met has fought a battle against writing at least once. Between writer’s block, plot holes, sagging motivation, and self-doubt, it can sometimes feel as if the world is out to stop that work from being written. And in a way, it kind of is. For a short time, everything around you […]
Human beings are, for the most part, social animals. We like to mingle, gossip, hug, cheer, and most of all we love to talk. Even the most introverted of all introverts have been known to run their mouths if you can get them talking about a subject they love. That’s right, we love to talk. […]