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How Much will you Charge to Ghostwrite My Book?

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Potential clients always want to know how long it will take to turn the content they’ve been collecting into a book and how much I will charge to ghostwrite it for them. “Can you at least give me a range?” they ask. Not to answer like a two-handed economist, but …

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Mark Twain, The First Blogger?

Tamela Rich & bust of Mark Twain in Hannibal, MO 2010

Can’t wait to sink my teeth into the new Autobiography of Mark Twain. I went to his birthplace, Hannibal, MO this summer on my road trip. Reading reviews of this great work, which Twain wouldn’t allow to be published until 100 years after his death, I found this in a …

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Low-Jargon Financial Blogs & Newsletters

I write blogs and newsletters for attorneys, advisors and accountants. These professionals often need to provide complex information without making their clients’ eyes glaze over. Professionals¬† with compliance/malpractice concerns¬† too often navigate the middle of the road where nothing meaningful is communicated. Some admit they hope readers will pick up …

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Working with a Ghostwriter

Used to be the word “ghostwriter” conjured images of a wily hack with a battered Olivetti sitting at a Hollywood swimming pool coaxing confidences from a star. Lately the word has gotten traction in the music world (evidently lots of rappers use them). Politicians have always used ghosts — a …

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