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11.07.2019

Ghostwriting Medical Literature

What’s in a Name? Ghostly Spirits Stalk the Medical Literature


By  on November 6, 2019

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The idea sounded fishy to Dr. Adriane Fugh-Berman. She was not about to put her name on a ghostwritten article for a medical journal. But she was curious, so she played along for a while.
An associate professor at Georgetown University Medical Center, Fugh-Berman was contacted in 2004 by a medical communications firm working for drug maker AstraZeneca with a proposition: Would she like an author credit on a forthcoming article to be submitted to a journal? A few weeks later, Fugh-Berman said, she received a manuscript of nearly 2,500 words, complete with an abstract, footnotes and a table. An accompanying note asked her to return the draft with any changes within a week.
The paper was about the risks of warfarin, a generic anti-clotting drug, for people also taking herbal supplements. AstraZeneca was developing a rival drug that would supposedly be safer for supplement users. A positive article could give the new drug a promotional lift. Fugh-Berman was considered an expert on drug-supplement interactions, so her byline would carry some weight. But long concerned about overprescribing in medicine, she turned out to be the wrong person to ask.
Fugh-Berman declined the author credit, and that might have been the end of it. But a few months later, editors of a major journal asked Fugh-Berman to peer review an article they were considering for publication. She quickly recognized it as nearly the same as the draft offered to her, though with a different author’s name.
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Dr. Adriane Fugh-Berman, professor at Georgetown University Medical Center and director of PharmedOut, which  examines marketing practices of drug and medical device makers.
Alerted by Fugh-Berman, editors of the Journal of General Internal Medicine rejected the article. They then published her account of the episode, along with an editorial condemning what they called “an egregious case of unethical behavior” that aimed to inject ”bias and untruth into the scientific dialogue in order to enhance corporate profits.”
AstraZeneca and the medical writing contractor, Rx Communications, were not immediately fingered as the culprits. On advice from its lawyers, the journal identified the drug maker as “ABC Drugs” and the medical writing firm as “XYZ Communications.” As Dr. William M. Tierney, then the co-editor, recently told FairWarning: “They had a lot more money to pay lawyers than we do … I didn’t need to publicly shame them” to make the point.
But Fugh-Berman was determined to out the companies. In a piece for The Guardian she did.
Struggling with the fallout, AstraZeneca and Rx Communications denied engaging in ghostwriting, calling the whole thing a clumsy mistake. Rx, they said, had accidentally sent Fugh-Berman a manuscript developed by another academic author.
For the big drug maker, the timing couldn’t have been worse. A short time before, an AstraZeneca executive appearing before a British parliamentary committee asserted that the firm never engaged in ghostwriting.
For Fugh-Berman, now a Georgetown professor, the experience deepened her interest in ghostwriting and the corruption of medical literature. In 2007, she founded a project called PharmedOUT , which aims to educate health care professionals about marketing practices of drug and medical device makers.
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10.16.2019

Alexa Hire a Business Book Ghostwriter

Overview about business book ghostwriters


By JBKlutse.com - May 22, 2019


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Alexa hire a business book ghostwriter


Book writing services have changed over the years. With the advent of ghostwriting, book writing is just not the same. People around the world continuously come up with new ingenious ideas. However, not every idea is accepted globally. Book writing services that incorporate ghostwriters are one of those spectacular ideas that have revolutionized the world of book writing. With this service, people from around the world can share their ideas and thoughts with ease. Famous celebrities from all over the world and the giants of the political, business and humanitarian world are able to share their life stories and experiences with people all over the world with the help of book ghostwriters.

What Kinds of People Hire Business Book Ghost Writers?

Many people hire business book ghostwriters, from owners of businesses, college students and the average joe in the street. They may have fantastic stories to tell, but they don’t have an enormous amount of financial capital available to hire any such expensive ghostwriters. I’m sure you already know by now that many big companies obviously hire ghostwriters to do the job of their website. You can hire ghostwriters on an hourly basis or for a flat fee, depending on the scope of the project. Just hire some ghostwriters to do the work of writing for you. One thing to keep in mind is that you don’t know who writes the material you see; many people hire ghostwriters all the time. Another alternative is to hire ghostwriters to produce content specifically for you.

Corporate Style Communications

We live in an era of specialization where large companies are turning to business book ghostwriter for books to create annual reports, leadership pieces, website content, corporate histories and newsletters. A book ghostwriter can also be helpful in writing web content, mission statements and other corporate documents. The writers are able to spruce up documents that will make the executives look better. A must for leaders of major corporations and other organizations is contacting through social media. This helps people to develop a rich online presence. The people who are behind the brands do not usually have the time to update their social accounts. They will employ a book ghostwriter who is digitally perceptive to provide content and curate accounts.

Terms of Contract

The book ghostwriter behind the project will not receive any kind of recognition, with the possible exception of a mere thank you in the section of the book-marked acknowledgements. Typically, they will sign either a confidentiality or non-disclosure agreement. Sometimes writers receive public credit on the cover of the book as a co-writer. For speeches and other types of content, these writers can be invisible and not acknowledged. Either way, the terms are set into place before the project begins. That way everyone involved in the project is aware of all of the stipulations of what is required for the writing job.
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10.03.2019

Alexa find a fiction ghostwriter

Fiction Ghostwriting Is Bigger Than Ever



Adam Rowe - Contributor 
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I write about the future of books and the business of storytelling.


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Ghostwriting agency Gotham Ghostwriters recently launched a new arm dedicated solely to ghostwriting creative fiction. Why? Because its fiction clients are on the rise. And instead of the corporations that used to solicite ghostwritten fiction, the new clients are often individuals with a dream for publishing a novel – and possibly launching a multimedia franchise along with it.

“I’ve been ghosting fiction for 15 years now, so I think the demand has always been there to some extent,” says Dr. Jennifer Banash, a New York Times-bestselling ghostwriter and director of the Creative Writing group.

“What I think has changed is that the practice has shifted from being the brain child of publishing houses or packaging companies, who routinely farm out successful series’ on the down low, to everyday people who have either harbored dreams of making it big in the publishing world, or who just want to simply get their story out there.” 

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So what’s driving the average joe’s dreams? This shift could be driven by the disruptive technology that powers our social media-reliant world, according to Dan Gerstein, founder and CEO of Gotham Ghostwriters.

“My theory is that it is largely driven by the ongoing democratizing of storytelling and publishing,” Gerstein tells me. “First off, social media has made everyone with a Twitter or Facebook account an author and a publisher, and the instant validation people get for the stories they put out to the world is a potent force in encouraging people to want to share their stories to a wider universe. Second, the explosion of self-publishing options and the rise of disruptive platforms like Wattpad has largely decimated the barriers to entry for a class of authors who could never get published before. These folks look at the amazing success stories of Fifty Grey Shades of Grey and The Martian — both of them self-published — and they understandably say, ‘why not me?’”

“Fiction clients are generally most interested in simply getting their story told,” Dr. Banash says. “Most often they’ve dreamed of writing a book or being published for years, but don’t have the necessary skills to get them across the finish line. They’re dreamers—and it’s part of our job to make those dreams of holding their own book in their hands a reality. And in our current technological culture where everything is available at any time, this attitude has begun to extend to books as well. Have a great idea for a novel (and literally everyone these days has one) but don’t know how to conceptualize it? Or write it? Well, that’s where we come in.”

Franchise ambitions are on the rise


I’ve written before on why books are the quickest way convert a good idea into a copyrightable format. They’re a great way to beta-test a new IP that might turn into a multimedia franchise if it’s popular enough. “The book is the foundational anchor for movies, TV properties, even video games,” as Gerstein puts it.

Gotham’s fiction clients seem to agree. Gerstein says they tend to break down into two different categories: “The first group come to us major ambitions — they want to publish the next Divergent or Dark Materials and do whatever they can to get a movie deal. The second group comes to us with much more modest aims — they have a story burning inside of them and they just want to get it out into the world.”

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9.29.2019

Hip Hop’s Influence on Ghostwriting in the Black Community

Just Keeping it Real: Chronicles of Harriet Blog

A wonderful piece from October of 2014 > Not s--t but wit:


“It’s a travesty,” legendary MC, Grandmaster Caz (aka Casanova Fly) says. “…no way you can even stand in the same room as an MC if you don’t write your rhyme, plain and simple.”

Ghostwriting is a great way for an expert with a book idea and no writing skills to get their expertise out there. The demand is high enough that you can make a good living.
A common relationship in the content marketing and book publishing community is busy CEOs and executives – probably poor writers to begin with – hiring writers to write in their name.
Here’s Rand Fishkin, CEO of MOZ, on ghostwriting:
“…If you’re a great communicator through non-written means and you need help to put your ideas into written language, then by all means, use a ghostwriter if you can find one with the talent to properly convey your message, and your brand.”
Not all ghostwriting is the same. Here are three common varieties:
  • Their ideas and words: In this scenario, someone pays you to turn their ideas into an article or book. You listen to them talk or take their notes and develop that into content. Or they email you a rough draft. It’s your job to clean up that rough draft.
  • Their ideas, your words: In this scenario, someone pays you to write from an outline or transcript they’ve given you. You do all the research, they approve the final draft. Or they might make substantial changes.
  • Your ideas and words: Here, someone pays you to come up with the ideas yourself, create the outlines, and write the book or articles. Their only involvement is to approve your work. This would include social ghostwriters – authors who write for celebrities who hire them to run their Twitter accounts, for instance.
There is a fierce level of pride in being a ghostwriter. Yet for most, this pride is rooted in a desire to convince people what we do is not shady. It’s a sort of pride that encourages other members to resist shame.
The concern is: what would happen if your client’s readers discovered he or she did not write the blog posts or book they said they did? Would that tarnish their reputation?
Perhaps.
When Guy Kawasaki admitted he used ghostwriters for his Twitter account, people shrugged and kept pushing forward. Business as usual.
However, when it was even hinted that Sister Souljah’s sequel to The Coldest Winter Ever, A Deeper Love Inside, was penned by a ghostwriter, people were up in arms.
Even those in defense of her speak about ghostwriting as if it is some shameful act.
Alwyn K. Wilson, author and founder of Diamond Publicationz, had this to say: My favorite writer Sister Souljah has become the latest person accused of having a ghostwriter for her newest work, the sequel to The Coldest Winter Ever. That novel came on the scene damn near 15 years ago. I instantly fell in love with the street lit novel and it still resonates as my fav. Now blogs and websites are claiming Sister Souljah used a ghostwriter for the sequel A Deeper Love Inside: the Porsche Santiago Story because the style of the writing is drastically different. Look, writers’ styles change. That shows their growth in their talent.”
He goes on to say “…she has improved but I don’t think it is so drastic that I would accuse her of having a ghostwriter; I don’t know her personally but I don’t think that is her style. Why are we as blacks a hell of a lot more critical with each other than any other race? We love knocking each other down when it is unnecessary. But what do I know right? Ms. Souljah, keep doing your thang sistah! You are my inspiration!”
The fact that people jumped on Sister Souljah for apparently having a ghostwriter and that a fan and fellow author felt the need to defend her and try to prove Sister Souljah wouldn’t do something so ‘drastic’, shows that many in the Black community see putting your name on someone else’s work…work you paid for…as a shameful act.
Why?
It is due to the influence of Hip Hop on Black Culture and how we view ethics.

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5.28.2019

Hire a Business Book Ghostwriter

Business book ghostwriters


business book ghostwriters


Book writing services have changed over the years. With the advent of ghostwriting, book writing is just not the same. People around the world continuously come up with new ingenious ideas. However, not every idea is accepted globally. Book writing services that incorporate ghostwriters are one of those spectacular ideas that have revolutionized the world of book writing. With this service, people from around the world can share their ideas and thoughts with ease. Famous celebrities from all over the world and the giants of the political, business and humanitarian world are able to share their life stories and experiences with people all over the world with the help of book ghostwriters.

What Kinds of People Hire Business Book Ghost Writers?

Many people hire business book ghostwriters, from owners of businesses, college students and the average joe in the street. They may have fantastic stories to tell, but they don’t have an enormous amount of financial capital available to hire any such expensive ghostwriters. I’m sure you already know by now that many big companies obviously hire ghostwriters to do the job of their website. You can hire ghostwriters on an hourly basis or for a flat fee, depending on the scope of the project. Just hire some ghostwriters to do the work of writing for you. One thing to keep in mind is that you don’t know who writes the material you see; many people hire ghostwriters all the time. Another alternative is to hire ghostwriters to produce content specifically for you.

Corporate Style Communications

We live in an era of specialization where large companies are turning to business book ghostwriter for books to create annual reports, leadership pieces, website content, corporate histories and newsletters. A book ghostwriter can also be helpful in writing web content, mission statements and other corporate documents. The writers are able to spruce up documents that will make the executives look better. A must for leaders of major corporations and other organizations is contacting through social media. This helps people to develop a rich online presence. The people who are behind the brands do not usually have the time to update their social accounts. They will employ a book ghostwriter who is digitally perceptive to provide content and curate accounts.

Terms of Contract

The book ghostwriter behind the project will not receive any kind of recognition, with the possible exception of a mere thank you in the section of the book-marked acknowledgements. Typically, they will sign either a confidentiality or non-disclosure agreement. Sometimes writers receive public credit on the cover of the book as a co-writer. For speeches and other types of content, these writers can be invisible and not acknowledged. Either way, the terms are set into place before the project begins. That way everyone involved in the project is aware of all of the stipulations of what is required for the writing job.
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