John Waters 2 posts - United States - Joined Jan 31 2012
I'm wondering about something I just ran into. Someone is seeking a ghostwriter and wants samples and a portfolio of something a writer has ghostwritten.
By definition, ghostwriting means you don't talk about the projects you've ghostwritten.
I've ghostwritten four books so far and I'm about to finish a fifth, and in each case I've been asked to sign nondisclosure and other agreements to assure the client that I won't go blabbing that I wrote something they're going to market as theirs.
I'm pretty ethical about protecting their privacy since I said I would, but have I shortchanged myself? How can I use my ghostwriting experiences to market my talents in that arena?
Thanks so much in advance for your consideration.
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