Have you ever read a ghost written book? If you think you never have, you're likely wrong.
A lot of work that is published has been written by ghost writers. Why wouldn't you know that? Well. . . because a ghost stays hidden in the background. The Author is the Author of the work. The ghost unlocks the power of their ideas and writes in the Author's voice helping the Author to shape their ideas and get their work to market more quickly. The Author owns the work and gets to decide whether or not the ghost should be acknowledged. If the Ghost is interested in being acknowledged they will discuss and negotiate the terms of disclosure.
Ghost writing is my favorite work. I learn from interesting people and get to explore several topics. I am inspired by how using my gift unleashes the Author's gift and helps them to get their message to the audience that is interested or needs to hear it.
I write under my own byline to continue to stretch my creative muscle by writing anything interesting that comes my way.
My specialty is narrative non-fiction. Non-fiction that tells a story and is used to influence, persuade, and inform.
I worked on a very detailed annotated outline (20,000 words) for a manual that will be published by ASHE.