How In-Depth Interviews Benefit the Ghostwriting Process

Gathering facts and writing in a distinct voice are important things for every author, but especially if you’re going to ghostwrite, like Susan Titus Osborn, an author, editor, and owner of The Christian Communicator. The first book she ghostwrote, You Start With One , was for a couple she met at church, who ran a ministry in Sri Lanka. They first secured a contract with Christian publisher Thomas Nelson, and then the interview process began. Osborn had 20 to 30 cassette tapes of recorded interviews...
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