So ghosting is the subject of this post roundup:
- Why add ghostwriting to your freelance repertoire? (And fees for some recent projects.)
- Five more reasons to ghostwrite--including bigger advances.
- Sure, we think of celebs and "big names" as hiring ghosts, but your clients are more likely to be average folks who want to write books or professionals who want to become book authors; here's how to work with the latter.
- What attributes do you need to successfully ghost?
- Not all potential clients are worth your while. Here are ten red flags to run away, fast.
- Here are five simple ways to find ghosting clients.
- Book packagers often hire ghosts; here's what you should know about them.
What's that? You want to know even more about ghostwriting and how to succeed in this lucrative niche? Then you'll want to read Goodbye Byline, Hello Big Bucks: The Writer's Guide to Making Money Ghostwriting and Coauthoring Books (Kindle version). From sample contracts to marketing advice to tips on setting fees and working with clients, you'll find everything you need to know to get started.
These are excellent links for the potential ghostwriter. I have considered doing it many times, but was unsure of how to go about it.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Kristi! That's the idea! :)ReplyDelete
My copy of your new Ghostwriting book arrived in the mail just yesterday and I can't wait to read it. I recently signed a my first contract to coauthor a book on behalf of a local company and it will be my most lucrative project to date.
Thanks so much for buying Goodbye Byline and congrats on your new book deal! Let me know how it works about and if you have any questions during the process. :)