Cec Murphy is running a series on a career as a ghost writer. He has written numerous titles as a ghost writer and can give writers insight and tips on writing for others.
I never planned to become a ghostwriter and I had published ten books before I ever ghosted for anyone. My story goes like this. I sent a full manuscript of a novel to the senior editor of a publishing house.
He came to Atlanta (where I live) and took me to lunch. He pitched the manuscript back to me. “I’m not interested in your novel.” Before I could react, he said, “But I’d like you to ghostwrite a book for us.” Click here to read the rest of the article and then the series.