Pros on Prose

How to Write a Book with Content You Already Have

Posted: February 24, 2020 | By:

Are you interested in writing a book, but a little overwhelmed by the size of the project? If you’ve been working in your industry for a long time or you have your own business, you’ve probably already created a lot of content that could be a great starting point for a book. When you look at it this way, becoming a published author seems a lot less intimidating.


Amelia Forczak is passionate about...

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Expert Q & A

Featured Writer of the Week: Mary Curran Hackett

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Mary Curran Hackett - Gotham Ghostwriters

Mary Curran Hackett is the author of two novels, Proof of Heaven and Proof of Angels. Her writing has also been featured in The Writer, Writer's Digest, and other national magazines, as well as NPR. Her blog post "What I Want Everyone to Know About Suicide" went viral in 2015, and she appeared on NBC Nightly...

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Free(lance) Advice

Pay the Writer: Harlan Ellison’s Words Live On

Posted: February 17, 2020 | By:

This article was reposted from David Murray's blog with permission from the author.

I have been published in The New York Times, the Atlantic, the Chicago TribuneChicago Magazine and many other publications; and I've had my work rejected by other periodicals, ranging from The New Yorker to Modern Drunkard magazine.

Now comes Cannabis...

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Creative Writing

Fanfiction Finally Gets Its Due

Posted: February 10, 2020 | By:

When I was a kid developing my obsession with The Baby-Sitters Club and Sweet Valley Twins, I spent a lot of time coming up with my own ideas for the series. I would sketch out the covers, create the titles, and even write the back cover copy. I had no idea what I was doing back then had a name: fan fiction. And I definitely didn’t realize it was helping me grow as a writer.

For the uninitiated, fan fiction is any writing someone does that uses another writer’s characters and setting. And while fanfic as a concept isn’t new, the early-aughts saw the rise of online spaces like...

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Free(lance) Advice

The Intake Imperative: How Ghostwriters Can Start Client Relationships on the Right Foot

Posted: January 31, 2020 | By:

Jonathan Rick - How to Write an Op-Ed

This article on better client relationships by Jonathan Rick has been reposted with the author's permission. It was originally posted at

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