This book may serve as an inspiration to aspiring and professional writers to explore the possibilities of being a ghostwriter, and perhaps be the next Andrew Crofts
A budding writer can and should explore what may be a life-changing pursuit, that of writing novels
People come and go in our life for a reason: to give breathe, to snuff hopes, to cheer, to plant a pique
There is only one downside to ghostwriting, and that is not seeing your by-line as the author of the piece. Not all writers fancy writing their best only to see their best piece being credited to another – the one you ghost-wrote for.
Hit the snooze button routinely to avoid losing your bite eventually
Life is a celebration of vibrant rainbows so stop writing in whiny ampersands and start living with no full stops
Writing for the love of writing is for fledglings who want to learn the discipline and hone their craft. But stop practice writing as soon as you feel ready, or even half-ready, to write what readers want to read.
Get up, go out and about, and let nature speak to your inner creativity.
This is how a storyteller can give that dreaded writer’s block a miss,
The mind is a sponge, make it absorb pearls of imagination to bliss.
Going niche, or writing about a specific topic, which a writer deems to be his or her field of expertise, is another advice I see a lot of on the Internet.