While working on a ghostwriting project, have you ever wanted to include certain details that you were asked not to, and which you fought strongly to do so?

11 months ago

QAnders Abramsen
Dikla Sinai

I typically don't ghostwrite tell-all books, so normal that isn't an issue. But sometimes I do have to push clients to talk about mistakes they've made or things that didn't go so well for them. Not only does that humanize them and make them more real/genuine to the reader, most people learn as much from the mistakes of others as they do from their successes. (And sometimes a lot more.)

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