How to Write and Pitch the Stories of Others

If you are sharing the story of someone else, such as when ghostwriting or as part of a writing collaboration, you have to be able to push your ego aside. Journalist and author Ray Richmond had to develop this skill over time, as well as the ability to write in other people’s voices. Once he is able to focus all his energy on the other person and his or her story, it makes for a better writing journey. When pitching the story to others, Richmond says your excitement and confidence should be apparent...
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