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5 Ways To Fill Your Dance Card For 2018

It’s easy for us freelancers to get stuck in the cycle of feast or famine. We tend to move from the state of being overwhelmed with work to having nothing at all. Regardless of how long you have been a freelancer, there is nothing like the fear you experience when the...

5 Things To Avoid Saying To A Ghostwriter

Don’t get me wrong – at United Ghostwriters, we love building relationships with our clients, but now and then, we seem to get approached by some people who may have unrealistic expectations about the ghostwriting process. Here are 5 statements that are best avoided...

Why Validation Propels a Book Project Forward

It's terrifying, isn't it. You have this fantastic idea for a book that you've been thinking about for months or even years, but you don't feel confident enough to share it. What if you tell someone and they shoot your idea down, or say that you're not really the...

Your Manuscript Has Been Rejected…Now What?

After weeks of anxious anticipation, the email has finally arrived. In a matter of seconds you will find out whether your manuscript has been accepted by an agent or a publisher…or not. On first glance, your heart skips a beat. The email is longer than a one-liner...

Why Collaboration and Ghostwriting Go Hand-in-Hand

One of the most common questions people ask me is, “Do you collaborate?” My answer? Absolutely. Yet, there is a misconception that ghostwriters, having drained your mind of all original thought somehow squirrel themselves away to write your manuscript, only to produce...

10 Things You Need To Know About United Ghostwriters

Much as I love to write, I don't cover all topics. That's why I have set up a marketplace to cover a wide range of subjects. United Ghostwriters is a group of 13 professional ghostwriters who came together as friends to set up a marketplace for all your ghostwriting...

Why Reliability is Vital to Working Relationships

A couple of years ago, I signed a publishing contract with a large publisher who I had never worked with before. Not long after the contract was agreed, I received an email asking me what I expected of its publishing team during the course of our working relationship....