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Another's voice

from By Gwen Moran

When it comes to ghostwriting, one of the most challenging aspects of writing the manuscript is capturing another author's voice. Writers typically have a cadence and style to their work that reflects certain word, construction, and other preferences. Sometimes, those can be easily recognized. Developing a strong, recognizable voice is a work-in-progress for many writers. 
Ghostwriters, on the other hand, seek to be invisible. Our job is to capture and present the voice of the author. We are successful when someone says, "That sounds just like me!" And while that almost never happens in the first draft, there is a process I've found very effective to sound less like Gwen and more like the individual whose book I'm ghosting. more

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