Ghostwriting, aka Hiring Me to Work With You
Ghostwriting is such a funny term, but I like to think of it as any work you might need in the “words” realm that (most likely) wouldn’t end up with my name on it.
I’ve been working with words professionally for more than 20 years. Seven of those years I spent in an alt-weekly newsroom as a copy editor, associate editor and reporter. Since 2013, I’ve been self-employed, and the majority of my income comes from gigs ghostwriting or editing.
My client list is wide and varied. To give you an idea of some of my larger projects right now, I’m the production editor (and reporter) for the Colorado College Bulletin (the alumni magazine), and an executive producer and writer for the documentary A Voice for Lil Olive.
My primary interests include health and wellness, yoga and self-care; personal growth; books (especially author interviews); nonprofits; animal welfare; travel; and anything foodie, but I’m open to all sorts of possibilities.
Here are some examples of what clients hire me to write or edit:
• Articles • Bios • Blog posts • Educational materials • Fundraising letters • Grant proposals • Newsletter content • Press releases • Annual reports • Social media content • Special event materials • Speeches • Training curriculum • Website content •
Oh, and a few folks have been kind enough to say some nice things about working with me, if you’re curious: