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Ghost in the machine: What does a ghost writer actually do?

Ghost in the machine: What does a ghost writer actually do?

 

Almost everyone wants to write a book someday. Most people just don’t do it.

There are many reasons for the lack of follow-through; one of them is time. This is especially pertinent for executives, celebrities or motivational speakers who really should have a book out there to support their work, but just don’t have the time to put one together. Another reason is that writing scares the hell out of some people. We’re all born differently with unique talents and for some, writing just isn’t it. That’s not to say there isn’t a story to be told. Then there’s good old writer’s block (a blog on writer’s block is coming soon, so watch out for that).

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A foreplay to writing gay erotica - Ten tips for new authors by bestselling Amazon author David Roslyn

A foreplay to writing gay erotica - Ten tips for new authors by bestselling Amazon author David Roslyn

Gay Erotica as genre does not earn much shelf time. I thought it about time that we delved into what it meant writing gay erotica. A quick look at Amazon is enough to see that these shelves are dominated by women. The few male authors of gay erotica do not seem able to even take themselves seriously. My cursory inspection revealed author names such as  Dick Cummings, Randy Manners and Miles Long. Now whether or not there really exists a Mr Dick Cummings is quite beside the point. What is obvious is that many if not most of the male authors of this genre are (unintentionally?) cheapening the genre with poor covers and and obvious slant towards pornography.

To help clarify what it means writing gay erotica, allow me to introduce Mr David Roslyn...

 

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Need Help Writing Your Book? Here are 5 Simple Hacks to Help

Need Help Writing Your Book? Here are 5 Simple Hacks to Help

 

Writing your book can be a long and laborious process. Whittling away at the pages requires patience from the author as they soldier on aiming to reach their daily word-count. Sometimes life happens and the author is distracted by a crisis that forces them to put writing aside for a period. This post is written especially for the author who needs to destroy writers block. Hope it helps.

 

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