Author and screenwriter Neo Edmund shares the challenges of writing a book and writing for TV, and how best to juggle writing for two different projects.
As mystery author Serita Stevens points out, a book and a screenplay are similar, but there are key differences between the two.
Alexandra Owens, Executive Director of the American Society of Journalists and Authors, talks about how writing has always been entrepreneurial but today's tools and technology have created an industry for independent sellers of writing. That's YOU, the author, freelance writer, ghostwriter, and more. Whether you are selling short stories, novels, self-help, or the workshops, speeches, and consulting that expand your reach, you ARE selling your writing and that makes you an entrepreneur.
Ghostwriter Hudson Perigo openly shares examples of what she's been paid in the past for her ghostwriting skills. Rates and services will surely vary by ghostwriter but whether you are interested in this field of work or are considering working with a ghostwriter, the information is invaluable.
Ghostwriter Hudson Perigo describes the art of ghostwriting and the role of the ghostwriter in the partnership between the ghostwriter and the person who hires him or her.
Dan Gerstein, President of Gotham Ghostwriters, describes ghostwriting as a service and looks at it as more than co-writing books. If you are breaking into the Ghostwriting business you'd be well served to understand the expanded market available for this kind of service.
Ghostwriting expert, Claudia Suzanne, shares her thoughts on the ghostwriting/client relationship, the books she writes and how she finds clients.
Author and ghostwriter Kathi Macias shares some considerations when taking on ghostwriting projects.