Category: Ghost Stories

Gotham writer Andrea Adleman shares the story of two publishing veterans coming together to fight climate change.
Rather than being a traditional business or agency, United Ghostwriters describes itself as “simply a group of 15 friends and colleagues who’ve come together to offer our tried-and-tested expertise to people who want the best for their writing projects.”
Sherry L. Granader is a ghostwriter who specializes in creating and writing memoirs, business, nutrition, and fitness books.
Rodney Moore is a ghostwriter for entrepreneurs, innovators, mavericks and thought leaders and also copywrites and offers creative copy direction for established brands, emerging start-ups and product companies.
Mary Langford is a freelance writing coach, ghostwriter and editor and is currently writing her first book. For five years, Mary worked at the right hand of New York Times bestselling author and Emmy-winning producer Sidney Sheldon and later assisted world-famous hairstylist and entrepreneur Vidal Sassoon, in the writing of his autobiography.
Alicia Ostarello and Angie Sommer are cofounders of Vow Muse, a ghostwriting service for all the special moments in your life including custom-written vows, speeches, and ceremonies. In this post they will be talking about their company and how to write a perfect wedding toast.
For 15 years, Jonathan Rick has been writing and pitching op-eds. Here are the most memorable and useful lessons he's learned over the years.
Every time you get a chance to have a conversation, grab it with both hands. If you don’t win the work this time around, at least you’ve set yourself up for success the next time.
It’s very common (and generally widely accepted) for businesspeople, activists, public advocates, politicians, actors, influencers, and thought leaders to work with a ghostwriter. After all, a businessperson has expertise in their industry, but may not be skilled at writing, so they leverage the skills of an expert like the ones in our network to more effectively tell their stories.
Skilled writers don’t just write what people say. They have to make up for hand and face gestures, repeated phrases and more through careful crafting of words.

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