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?

a year 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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