Category: Writing Advice

How to Construct Your Book Outline

Posted: June 29, 2020 | By:

Ginny Carter is an award-winning UK book ghostwriter with a business background. She's ghostwritten over a dozen books on a wide variety of topics, from HR to phobias. They all have this in common: they’re bringing their...

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Editing 101: How to Choose an Editor Webinar

Posted: June 26, 2020 | By:

In this webinar, Gotham Ghostwriters Editorial Director Nate Roberson, Editor and Agent at Aevitas Creative Management Michael Signorelli and veteran freelance editor and coach Emily Heckman discuss how first-time authors can try to find the right kind of editor for their work. The challenge is knowing which kind works best for their particular project.

To help crack this code, Nate, Michael, and Emily hosted a conversation to teach authors how to navigate the editing marketplace, and how to get the most out of the editor they select. They also spoke about a broad range of topics,...

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Featured Writer of the Week: Kevin Maney

Posted: June 22, 2020 | By:

Kevin Maney is a writer and consultant. He selectively works with CEOs and companies on writing projects that give something interesting or important to the world. His most recent book is Unscaled: How AI and a New Generation of Upstarts Are Creating the Economy of the Future and prior to that, he wrote Play Bigger: How...

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The first year of your new career

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David Murray is editor of Vital Speeches of the Day. Learn more at or by following @VitalSpeeches on Twitter.

Exec comms has changed from corporate window-dressing to society-saving work. Are you up for this?

Last Friday the Professional Speechwriters Association and the Executive Communication Council held our first full-on virtual conference. In my keynote remarks, I suggested that this isn’t the most crucial time in the history...

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Top Tips for Making the Most of Remote Interviews

Posted: June 8, 2020 | By:

Jennifer Upton is a writer, ghostwriter, editor, and proofreader. As a freelance ghostwriter, Jennifer has interviewed and written the memoirs of dancers, war veterans, trauma survivors and business professionals of all ethnic backgrounds and age groups. Find her here:

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How Being Profound Kills Business Books

Posted: June 1, 2020 | By:

Greg Larson is an author, editor, and book coach. As the owner of Marketing Author Academy, his work and his clients' work has been seen in: the Wall Street Journal Bestseller List, HarperCollins,...

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Featured Writer of the Week: Rodney Moore

Posted: May 18, 2020 | By:

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. Learn more at

Looking back, what do you wish you knew getting started as a...

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The Way Your Work Looks Can Be As Important As What It Says

Posted: May 15, 2020 | By:

Jonathan Rick - How to Write an Op-Ed

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

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Finding Creative Focus in Chaos

Posted: May 11, 2020 | By:

In this webinar, Morgan Baden, Nicola Krauss, and Nisha Sharma, all published authors and industry experts get candid about how tough it can be to focus on creative projects right now, and how aspiring writers can find balance—and maybe even inspiration—in the turmoil. Writers can expect practical tips on how to hone in on your creative priorities—and how to find professional help if you need it.

They discuss why they're having difficulty focusing right now and compare it to previous times they've struggled. They learned a lot of lessons that are useful in this moment...

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Hollywood Screenwriter Shares Her Journey to the Screen

Posted: May 8, 2020 | By:

Original post by Court Stroud on Forbes. Learn more at

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