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Academic Ghostwriting: Even professors write

Listening to the term “academic ghostwriting”, one thinks first and foremost of the rich and lazy students who write their term papers by experienced writers. The blame for this unrepresentative image is often the media presentation, which is based more on scandal than on tedious facts. One of these facts is that academic texts are […]

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The choice of ghostwriters in literary texts

Hiring a ghostwriter for a narrative or even an entire novel should be a scary thought to most authors. After all, creating a text is a highly personal and individual matter that can not simply be passed on to strangers. But what if the publisher has set a threateningly close “deadline” when time constraints, personal […]

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Ghostwriting in the Internet

Ghostwriting information is now available faster and more extensively than it was a few years ago, thanks to Google, Wikipedia, and many eager authors. Nevertheless, it will be difficult to get an overview that does justice to the actual content of the topic and the current meaning of the topic. The information provided is to […]

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Myth about “writer’s block”

The term “writer’s block” is at best a combination of various reasons that complicate the letter (mind you: make it difficult, not impossible!). In the worst case, the term suggests the existence of a hurdle that, the more the unfortunate writer will think about it, becomes more and more an incontrovertible reality. Anyone who wants […]