Self-Publishing Help – Serialize Your NaNoWriMo Fiction?
Isn’t it funny how we as writers experience a kind of collective tunnel vision? It makes George Orwell’s “groupthink” look like a gross understatement. Our acceptance of the “Great American Novel” as the benchmark of literary success has become so deeply engrained in our creative minds, that it feels like …
Ask A Ghostwriter – Getting Published: Submission Tips
Ready to send your manuscript out to publishers? If you’re serious about getting through the slush pile you need a little luck, but you also need a whole lot of self publishing help.
Sending out submissions can make anyone crazy. It’s a jungle out there. There are a few sure …
Ask A Ghostwriter – Getting Published: Query Letters
There is no sure fire template on how to write the perfect query letter. There are a few smart ways to address each of the letter’s sections though. Need a ghostwriter tip?
Lucky for you, I’ve got a few.
Here are five top-to-bottom tips for how to write and structure …
Ask A Ghostwriter – Eavesdropping Scenes
In This Week’s Ask A Ghostwriter Column, I Cover The Art Of Eavesdropping.
Recently, I was editing a client’s fiction manuscript when I encountered a scene that centered around eavesdropping. The scenario was familiar. A bedraggled young woman caught between two potential suitors. She is standing on the threshold of …
Ask A Ghostwriter – How Much Is Enough?
In This Week’s Ask A Ghostwriter Column, I Ask How Much Is Enough?
Recently, I worked as a ghostwriter for client and we had a difficult time understanding one another’s process.
He wanted me to write the facts. I wanted to write the story.
Allow me to explain.
My client …