Definition of a Ghost Writer

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A ghost writer is someone who helps out the main writer with a project, whether they write specific sections of a book or are hired to complete a project. Understand the role of a ghost writer, who is usually not given credit, with advice from a writing instructor in this free video on education.

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Hi, I'm Laura from youngwritersworkshops.com and I'm going to talk about a definition of a ghost writer. A ghost writer is a writer who's been hired by the main writer to help support in the project. It might be someone who just does some sections of a book or a project. Or it could be someone who completely takes over the project and the other person assumes responsibility for that work. Generally people who accept ghost writing positions are people who do a lot of work for hire and are not interested in being a writer with recognized title credit. But it's a writer who does the work of another person and usually without any credit given. That's a definition of a ghost writer.

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