I can technically classify myself as a ghostwriter. I’ve come to this conclusion because I have written several manuals and was never able to put my name on them or truly discuss what was inside of them. They belonged to the companies who paid me to write them or edit them. Unfortunately, I never got any kind of notation from these employers, except for one, that stated I had actually done any kind of writing for them at all. Shame on me. I’ve since learned to get a letter of recommendation as proof.
I read a blog recently titled Dollars and Deadlines by Kelly James-Enger and she offers tips for becoming a well paid ghostwriter. I hope you enjoy the links and information.
by Kelly James-Enger
- Why add ghostwriting to your freelance repertoire? (And fees for some recent projects.) READ MORE HERE.
- Creative Writing Services Of A Ghostwriter (ttermpaperstreess.wordpress.com)
- Fiction vs. Non-fiction Ghostwriters (ghostwritersnotes.wordpress.com)