No one can charge a thousand dollars for ten months work, not even starving ghostwriters.
“Laura the Friendly Ghostwriter,” is a professional ghostwriter and author.
No self-respecting agent or editor is going to trust a ghostwriter who pimps out every one of his or her clients. A ghostwriter you can trust is one who is honest about his qualifications.
He’ll admit that he reads up on industry news, follows publishing trends, tracks articles published by editors and agents.
Just the other day, I stumbled across a ghostwriter’s web site that claimed the writer had “extensive contacts” with literary agents and New York publishers.
The first red flag was the have friends in high places, this fact doesn’t help the client.
As a parent of three, and one of the top 50 women chess players in the United States, Laura wrote this book to teach any parent to teach any child, of any age, to play chess.
a ghostwriter, I’m about to air your dirty laundry for all to see.
“Even if you get a publisher, you’ll need to do your own marketing.
“I’m not good with computers, so I can’t do any of that,” she said. My bluntness sometimes gets me into trouble, but I find it’s better to be upfront than beat around the bush.