Dan Gerstein, President of Gotham Ghostwriters, shares his thoughts on the status of the ghostwriting and freelance writing market. If you are interested in developing content for others, check out this interview to learn where the market is growing.
Shelia Heen, co-author of "Thanks for the Feedback," discusses the importance of the table of contents and headings in business writing.
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.
Young adult sci-fi author Jennifer Brody has experienced a lot of different facets of writing throughout her career as a producer in Hollywood. While there are some structural similarities in writing novels and screenplays, the two formats differ greatly when it comes to content. When writing a novel, the author must take a much more detailed, in-depth approach and be ready to invest a significant amount of time to the writing. A screenplay, on the other hand, is a high level focus on setting the scenes and writing effective dialogue.
Dr. Bill Donahue will help you learn to create a rhythm to communicate specific content while helping the reader think more broadly on your subject.
The digital landscape has greatly changed how audiences are viewing content. Netflix, in particular, drove these changes when they started offering streaming services and expanded content to their audiences. Producer and director David Wong believes that writers have become a critical component of this evolution, as services such as Netflix are always looking for fresh, unique content. These opportunities aren't just for the writers that are already established in the industry, but for anyone with a rare, intriguing story.
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