Cross-posted from Angela Booth’s Writing Blog
This week’s article in Fab Freelance Writing Ezine (available Wednesday) is”How to Get Started As a Ghostwriter”.
Here’s a brief excerpt:
A ghostwriter writes for other people. “Ghosting” is lucrative, but you don’t get your name on your work, except in very rare instances, when an “as told to” credit is given. A ghostwriter writes articles, books, speeches, and resumes. Ghostwriters who write books earn around $10,000-$50,000 per book.
It’s easy to find ghostwriting work, and once you get several clients, people tend to pass your name around, so that you don’t have to go looking for work.
This week’s issue of the ezine is the final issue for 2006; look for the next issue in early 2007.
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