ghostwriting

After flipping through "Fifty Shades of Grey" at a bookstore, I thought, “Hey, I can write this crap.”
What could I possibly say to all of these knowledgeable, skilled librarians looking up at me expectantly from their empty
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In the internet age, we call it a "sockpuppet."
You have a book in you that you need to write, but you haven't done it, and you probably aren't ever going to do it yourself. So what now? One common solution is to hire a ghostwriter.
Some advice The Donald is sure to ignore...
You'd be hard-pressed to find a successful entrepreneur who has the time to be a prolific writer. Most of the time, they employ people to build a brand, presence, and readership for projects and initiatives they believe in using ghostwritten content. After 6 years of ghostwriting for some of the most interesting, driven, and talented people in their industries, I've learned how to talk and write like an entrepreneur without being one.
I'm here to tell you that it's brutally difficult to keep writing and let's just say it openly here -- most of us don't know how to write that memoir ourselves, even after taking the classes and doing the self-guided courses, and plugging away with a notebook during our free time.
The truth? No. I write novels, essays, and articles under my own name, but when I'm ghostwriting, my job is to stand behind
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