5 Things You Need to Know about Pitching Book Packagers

Spending long, fruitless hours scouring job boards for book ghostwriting work can be exhausting and discouraging. I have yet to come across a job board that has book ghostwriting as a category, which makes it very hard to do a proper quick search. If you do find a listing, you must then go through the … Continue reading 5 Things You Need to Know about Pitching Book Packagers

10 Things You May Not Know About Ghostwriting

Some of you regular readers may remember that I recently raised my ghostwriting rates. You can read more about why in my post about How To Overcome Imposter Syndrome. I've also made it one of my goals to take on two new ghostwriting clients this year. So, I started searching for jobs, but I quickly became … Continue reading 10 Things You May Not Know About Ghostwriting

How To Overcome Imposter Syndrome

Two days ago, I was searching for "ghostwriter wanted" job listings and came across the blog/business website of a fellow ghostwriter. Curious, I read through the post. It was a narration of a phone call she'd had with a potential client. A woman had called to ask the cost of services. The ghost responded that … Continue reading How To Overcome Imposter Syndrome

The Heartache of Ghostwriting Done Wrong

I genuinely enjoy fiction ghostwriting because it never feels like a job. Yes, I have deadlines and instructions to follow, but it's basically like completing a writing prompt with the added bonus of a paycheck. However, my first excursion into the ghostwriting world had some truly heartbreaking moments because I was unfamiliar with the process. … Continue reading The Heartache of Ghostwriting Done Wrong