Posts tagged with ‘freelance ghostwriting’

  • 4 More Tips for Freelance Ghostwriters

    By Yo Prinzel on January 31, 2014
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    We’ve finally reached the last post of my ghostwriting series. I want to thank you all for reading along; I hope you got something of value out of it. I’d like to close the series with a few extra tips to help your own ghostwriting efforts. The four final tips aren't part of any unifying theme other than, here be […]
  • Getting Started in Ghostwriting

    By Yo Prinzel on January 16, 2014
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    Believe it or not, getting started in ghostwriting is almost exactly the same as getting started in non-spooky freelancing. It’s about coming up with a plan, announcing your service, and preparing for follow-through. Coming Up with a Plan You need to consider how ghostwriting fits into your business. Will it be your primary focus, or something you do on the […]
  • Ghostwriting Contracts: 4 Points to Consider

    By Yo Prinzel on January 10, 2014
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    A contract is every writer’s best friend. There are tons of posts out there that can help you build your basic client agreement, so today I just want to focus on four specific points that your ghostwriting contract should include. 1. Multiple payments. Ghostwriting a book is a big, long project. If your clients pay everything up front, they’re taking […]
  • Tips for Developing Your Client’s Voice

    By Yo Prinzel on December 13, 2013
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    I’ve never been the kind of writer who makes it a point to learn a certain number of obscure words each day. There once was a time when I thought that my refusal to actively study the dictionary (as if I was going to absorb it like an underground book memorizer in Fahrenheit 451) would be a drawback in my chosen […]
  • Ten Ideas for Ghostwriting Samples

    By Yo Prinzel on November 28, 2013
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    There are two questions that come up more than any other when I talk to writers about breaking into ghostwriting. The first is: how do I get clients? The second is: how do I show them samples of my work if everything I do is confidential? I find these questions frustrating, because you definitely already know the answers to them. […]
  • Five Essential Tips for Ghostwriters

    By Yo Prinzel on November 8, 2013
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    If you want to increase the number of ghostwriting projects you take on, there are five essential guidelines that I believe you must follow. If you don’t, you will probably see your business fail. Does that sound harsh? Good, it should. Because you owe it to yourself and your clients to do this thing right so that you can keep […]
  • Getting Started in Ghostwriting With Anne Wayman

    By Jennifer Mattern on October 24, 2009
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    Today in our "Getting Started" series, we'll hear from Anne Wayman, a freelance ghostwriter. If you've considered ghostwriting books as an option for your own career, you can learn a lot from Anne. This interview is designed to serve as a starting point to tell you how she got started and offer a few tips from a pro to those […]