5 essential habits I learned while ghost-writing – guest post at Jo Malby

jo malbySome of you know that I began my writing career incognito, as a ghost-writer. It gave me certain habits and approaches that I still use to this day, and I’m sure they were a head start for productive writing processes. Today I’m talking about those habits at Jo Malby’s blog. (And as I’ve had two guest posts this week, I hope you’ll forgive me for taking the rest of the weekend off. There is bank holidaying to do, as well as a spot of writing.)

And if you’re wondering about ghost-writing yourself, let me clear my throat discreetly and point you to this…

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  1. #1 by jrhandleyblog on July 30, 2016 - 6:08 am

    Great advice!! I will see if I can work any of it into my own writing life.

  2. #2 by Alexander M Zoltai on April 16, 2017 - 4:59 pm

    Reblogged this on Notes from An Alien and commented:
    This re-blog has Roz Morris re-directing us to a guest post she did — ah, the paths we take on the Web 🙂

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