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A&C Black, Jan 1, 2009 - Reference - 160 pages
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Ghostwriting is a thriving, secretive industry. As a ghostwriter you can create best-selling books for film stars, footballers, pop singers, presidents, business tycoons, gangsters, gurus, spies, mercenaries, courtesans, four-star generals, royals and anyone else with an interesting story to tell. This book reveals all the essential secrets of how to turn ghostwriting into a successful and lucrative career.

Andrew Crofts has ghosted more than forty books, many of them international bestsellers, including Sold by Zana Muhsen (nearly 4 million copies sold), The Kid by Kevin Lewis, Heroine of the Desert by Donya Al-Nahi, Kathy and Me by Gillian Taylforth and Crocodile Shoes by Jimmy Nail.


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Why Become a ghostwriter?
Why Not to Become a ghostwriter
Why Do People Use Ghosts?
How to get Started
Who Pays the Ghost?
Contracts Do You Need Them?
Do you Need a Literary Agent?
The AllImportant Synopsis
Getting the job Done
Ghosting Fiction
The Necessary Skills
HelpingAuthors SelfPublish
Summing up the Happy Ending

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Andrew Crofts is Britain's leading ghostwriter. He has published over fifty books, several of which have become international best sellers.

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