As a ghostwriter you probably get to hear all the juicy parts of someone's story. How do you decide which information to add and which to exclude? What could be a meaningful contribution, and what would be more "yellow press"?

11 months ago

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Sabrina Lima

Ultimately what matters is not what the client (or author in general) wants to say -- it's what is best for the audience hear. Meaningful contributions help motivate, inspire, educate, information, entertain, etc the reader. Anything else -- salacious or otherwise -- shouldn't be included because it's not helpful to the reader.

Put the reader first and you can (almost never) go wrong.

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