Doing What You Love

I have always loved something about every job I’ve every had. When I was an Army scout platoon sergeant it was sneaking a patrol right up to an old stone border marker at 2 in the morning and startling a squad of East German solders on the other side out … Read More

Overcoming Writer’s Block

I suffered from writer’s block the other day. That’s not a good thing, considering that I write for a living. If it had lasted for too long it could have been very bad for business. The problem is that it happens to me all the time—usually a few times a … Read More

Writing As Other People

As a ghostwriter, I often get questions about the craft from other writers and editors who are considering venturing into this mysterious corner of the writing profession as they strike out on their own. What is ghostwriting? How is ghostwriting different from any other writing you do for clients? What … Read More