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Storytelling in non-fiction

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Storytelling in non-fiction

Last week I was interviewed on The Story Guide Podcast about storytelling in non-fiction and not having to write all alone. I talked with show host Alysia about getting unstuck and getting your words out to the world.

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Coffee & Commas with Jodi Brandon

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Coffee & Commas with Jodi Brandon

Editor and writing coach Jody Brandon shared one of my posts this week! She works with creative business owners and solopreneurs writing a book or ebook to scale their business, either through a traditional publisher or via self-publishing.

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Why work with a ghostwriter?

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Why work with a ghostwriter?

If you’re struggling to write your book, you have a few options. You could just keep plugging away and hope for the best, or go to an editor, or hire a writing coach. Then there are ghostwriters. Why would you want to work with a ghostwriter?

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An interview with USA Weekly

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An interview with USA Weekly

This week I was interviewed by USA Weekly! I was pretty excited by this. It's not a huge piece but USA Weekly is a pretty big deal, and their business section (in which I appeared) is Super Serious And Important.

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How do you work with a ghostwriter?

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How do you work with a ghostwriter?

Ghostwriting is a mysterious world! But we’re lifting the veil and talking about the actual ins and outs of how to work with a ghostwriter to write a non-fiction book for your business. What does the writer do? What do you do? How do you work with a ghostwriter?

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What does a ghostwriter do?

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What does a ghostwriter do?

If you’re looking into writing a non-fiction book, you may have come across the term ghostwriting. It’s pretty common—some research says 50% of best-selling non-fiction books are ghostwritten. But if you’re like most people who aren’t in the industry, you might wonder what a ghostwriter does. We’re going to clear that up!

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