How to work with co-authors and ghostwriters

When you’re writing a book, report, professional paper or other large writing project, you’ll often find yourself working in a team either with a co-author or a ghostwriter. Needless to say that involves developing some sort of relationship with them.

ghostwriters and co-authors

People who use ghostwriters are not necessarily bad at writing.

Here we take a look at how these relationships can work – or not!

Co-authors

I have the experience of working with a co-author on two of my books. In both cases we split the proceeds 50-50, and I believe that’s customary when both co-authors contribute equal amounts to the project. This issue can be a tricky one if you don’t know what to watch out for, especially as people are likely to have differing views on what constitutes 50% of the effort.

One expert and one (topic-literate) writer

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