Ghostwriting

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The practice of writing a ‘sponsored’ manuscript for a renowned scientist or physician
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The ghostwriter said that most of his clients are from GCC countries and are taught in Arabic in public schools.
Its title notwithstanding, The Ghostwriter features nary specter or spook.
Yet within a few years, Time magazine could dearly detail Welliver's duties as a ghostwriter to Harding and, later, to Calvin Coolidge.
The ghostwriter, played with an engaging charm by Ewan McGregor, is only ever referred to as the Ghost.
Dunphy - the ghostwriter of Keane's autobiography - accused Keane of wasting most of the pounds 80m he has spent on new players since Sunderland were promoted and says he will join fellow ex- Manchester United skippers Bryan Robson and Bobby Charlton as managerial failures.
If not, then think of topics on your own, compose on your own, or hire a ghostwriter (I'm not available
Both the ghostwriter and the physician are at fault: The doctor gets credit (and money) for work he or she didn't do, and the pharmaceutical company can promote the drug under a mantle of scientific respectability.
Former ghostwriter and creator of the "Wednesday Words" email devotional Leigh McLeroy presents The Beautiful Ache: Finding the God Who Satisfies When Life Does Not, a collection of inspirational writings reaching out to fellow Christians who feel unsatisfied despite the adventures of life, marriage, and career.
I have started writing my autobiography with a ghostwriter called Adrian Butler, who works on the ECHO and is destined to become a star journalist.
NB ghostwriter, these last two mightn't be memories but projected imaginings from stories people have told me).
Eric Watson is something of a jack of all trades, having worked as a counselor, stockbroker, ghostwriter, graphic designer, and dot-com entrepreneur over the last 30 years.
he declares: "I wrote this book without the aid of a coauthor or a ghostwriter (which is why it's a good bet this is going to be my last book; I had no idea it would be so hard to do).