Much of what I do is considered ghostwriting. I use interview
material, your outline, notes and information and write what you want,
making my voice sound like yours and officially crediting the work to
you. I ghostwrite book manuscripts, professional articles, website
content, historical articles and other texts. I also do letter writing
and basic editing and proofreading. With my voice I add style and flow
to your ideas, sometimes starting from scratch and sometimes rewriting
or editing what you've already written.
My job as a ghostwriter is to organize your thoughts, stories and
information in a way that produces a cohesive narrative or a factual and
concise research project. I conduct all my interviews in person (when
possible) so that I can really familiarize myself with your voice. I
have excellent interviewing skills and know how to draw out your stories
and personal information.
The ghostwriting process begins with our initial interview in which you
tell me about the project and present me with your outline. I need to
familiarize myself with your ideas and thought process as well as with
the subject matter. From there I begin a series of drafts which I e-mail
to you for your feedback. We work together this way in a collaborative
fashion until the project is complete. Sometimes I can finish the job in
just a few hours.