Why Writers Need To Take Care Of Both Mind And Body

It has been well documented that writing is good for our mental health, especially when writing about thoughts and feelings related to stressful or traumatic events. And of course we all know that exercise is good for all of us. The problem with us writers is that we...
Three Things Professionals Have In Common

Three Things Professionals Have In Common

Over the last 12 years, I have worked on book-writing projects with dozens of professionals from all sorts of different worlds: financial, consultancy, technology, fitness, psychology, and academic, to name a few. Months or even years spent writing a book tells you a...
“I Don’t Want My Voice; I Want Yours.”

“I Don’t Want My Voice; I Want Yours.”

A big part of what we do as ghostwriters is to write in the voice of our clients. This is why interviews are so important because they offer us a chance to understand the person’s point of view, the way they talk, and the method in which they describe scenarios, or...
Why the Ghostwriting Process is Often Compared to Therapy

Why the Ghostwriting Process is Often Compared to Therapy

Over the years, I’ve lost count of the amount of times my clients have compared the ghostwriting interviewing process to therapy. And although most of us at UG are not trained therapists, I can sort of see where they’re coming from. You might think that the ‘therapy’...