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9.24.2021

New Ted Bundy Books

Who Were Ted and Karen?

By Karen S. Cole

New book out in September 2021 about Theodore "Ted" Robert Bundy.

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With Editorial Opinions as Usual, not always Liberal Ones. If this is only for Posterity, there might not be any. It's been like that all along. I'm hoping like Mahatma Mohandas K. Ghandi, about whom I'm striving to be Upbeat, that someone other than my kid is reading this. Please grow up and don't be so childish about the below. Grow some guts, try to understand. If you have to make like an ostrich, hiding its head in the sand....good luck, Jim.

And this tale involves the Mysteries of Magic and Science.

I guess he was a Radical for Social Change and I've affected it somewhat. Largely by being a female business owner. Some radicals, like Fidel Castro, have killed a lot of people. I didn't like Theo's version of sacrificial virgins. Just as the Green River Murderer was also doing, but it's a lot of post-Vietnam War stuff, and from what I've seen, you get an even number of dead men and women.

My road was to do Good, under the orders of various people. Such as President Kennedy, Dr. King, and of all people, Adolf Hitler. With a little Gloria Steinem thrown in for good measure. I found my own ways to go, on my own too. I think Hitler got to me first, and REALLY set me on the road of Doing Good and not Evil. You might not understand this, but in opposing him I was doing what he wanted me to do: grow up, remain reasonable, and somehow Fight Evil the Right Way for a change. Well, he had a certain "son" in Dr. King, which helped me a lot.

Somehow I have enlisted the aid, at least in the past. Of both Ted Bundy and the Green River Murderer, they had good as well as evil aspects to them. If you're too squeamish to read this, please go back to your knitting, feed your children, and clean your kitchens. Or go on at great length politically about how brave you are, without ever doing anything real. In "big" groups. As lynch mobs. I hate lynch mobs, since the KKK. Oh, and not taking any chances. While sniping at people from a long distance. From my TV set. Or do whatever you're doing, we somehow managed to save you. Not just from us. Okay, maybe this piece doesn't sail, but at least you're safely reading it right now.

By Karen S. Cole, a woman worth paying attention to. Or all of these events happened so long ago that none of them are worth the telling. If serial murder and the Holocaust helped Save the World...does it have to be under cover of Darkness forever, just because it happened long ago, won't happen quite the same way again, and somehow it makes all of the victims of the world Not in Vain? Due to Covid, I'm tempted to think so. How about I love the fact that the victims are not in vain, and I hate the fact that they were Victimized?

I'm tired of all the sexual discrimination against all of us.

It's like what Native American Aboriginals said, use every part of the Buffalo. That means everything is worthwhile, one way or another. Still, I'm Republican enough to think some things are more worthwhile than others. And I'm Democrat, registered, enough to think that we are all Equals. That's in the US Constitution if you ever read it. Genocide against Overpopulation is now Over With. That is good news to this Reporter, but it is going to take a while.

The whole idea was to be Christian, perhaps, and not just stand up to dying. That seems to mean killing, but we're losing people swiftly.

The one person I have on my side is Donald John Trump, or at least one statement against Covid: maybe someday, it will be Gone. I'm planning on voting for either Kamala Harris or Curtis Sliwa. If the Don wins again...I have no idea. He is still surrounded by a Lynch Mob, which must influence all of his Actions. So I'm thinking I will try to get Kamala in there as the President in 2024. It's high time we had a female in the highest office in the World, or so. Selfish of me, probably Curtis would be better, but it's time to end Patriarchy, I think.

And no, this is not about my abused self, nor is it about Feminism. It's about Team work, between me and some serial murderers. Please believe Sir Paul McCartney, that part about someone knocking at the door and somebody ringing the bell, and let them in somehow, not to your domicile, you know better. Just be sure to really think everybody is People. Some people are weirder than others. But being a scared cat may not be the solution to your problems. I don't know. Screaming isn't it, direct attack isn't it, how about talking to people, how about taking chances. This is just my own story, it's Unique so maybe you won't learn anything. Maybe I was just "luck" in a way, but skills were involved. Let me explain.

Not into killing you, I'm one long preacher about learning how to defend yourselves. Well, a lot of people are Christian and figure it's okay to look the other way on things. Maybe it is, but you might want to consider some Buddhist fighting back. It's everywhere, and of course you have to be somewhat able-bodied. Or one Hell of a Great Fighter.

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7.23.2021

Prince Harry Meghan Markle Ghostwriter

Prince Harry is producing a memoir – but is he writing it?


As A-listers and big-name authors alike turn to ghostwriters, who deserves the bestseller credit?

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By Anna Davies | July 23, 2021

Prince Harry announced this week that he is writing a memoir “not as the prince I was born but as the man I have become”.

But the person drafting every certain-to-be-scrutinised word about the United Kingdom royal’s life is actually Pulitzer Prize-winner JR Moehringer, who helped pen Open, tennis champion Andre Agassi’s provocative memoir, in 2009.

Moehringer is the second high-profile ghostwriter to make headlines recently. Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger’s former ghostwriter, Barry Coleman, recently opened up to The Guardian about the “awful” experience of trying to collaborate with the rock-and-roll legend on his memoir in the early 1980s. The autobiography was never published and remains one of the most sought-after stories to this day.

That tell-all interview was a rare glimpse into the usually secret world of ghostwriting, which, full disclosure, this writer has worked in throughout her career.

It can be a jumping-off point for many mainstream writers, and the best ghostwriters can easily fetch hundreds of thousands of dollars in fees, depending on the complexity of the project.

But it can also be exploitative, filled with frustration and the feeling by some writers that they’re sacrificing their own talent in order to tell someone else’s story.

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6.21.2021

All others pay cash

Is ghostwriting right?

By Olivia Collins
June 19, 2021

Ghostwriting is a common practice in the literature world’s underbelly, in which writers are commissioned to write novels, essays, and even ‘autobiographies’ to be published in someone else’s name. 

This practice is entirely legal and is often used for celebrity autobiographies and commercialised fiction. A more relatable manifestation of this practice to us as students, is the adverts and services which write student essays for a fee (unsurprisingly not allowed by universities). 

According to Paul Farhi writing for the Washington Post, famous examples include Hillary Clinton’s Hard Choices , and The Autobiography of Malcolm XGoodreads also has a non-exclusive list of ghostwritten books, including many children’s and young adult novels.

Despite its prevalence, however, ghostwriting remains a controversial issue. Is it morally right or ethically sound to pass off someone else’s work as your own? 

Andrew Crofts writes in his book Confessions of a Ghostwriter that through his lengthy career as a ghostwriter, he got to probe into the lives of celebrities, rockstars, and more. In a true Hannah Montana fashion, Crofts reveals that he got to learn all the secrets, without any ramifications or a public personality as writers like Margaret Atwood do. This double life seems to have suited Crofts greatly, and although the process of ghostwriting had been frustrating at times, Crofts seems quite content with his role writing in the shadows. 

However, when interviewed by Robert McCrum for the Guardian, Crofts revealed a somewhat seedier side to this practice. Amidst a growing theme revealing Crofts indiscriminate ghostwriting, driven by money, Crofts says that “I have a horrible feeling that if I’d got the call from Germany in the 1930s I would have hopped on that plane like a Mitford”. 

Mitford refers to an English family, known for its six sisters who became pariahs in the lead up to the Second World War because of their ‘fascist’ political ideals. This reveals an arguable weakness in character in Crofts, who would compromise all morals and loyalty when faced with money and an interesting story. 

Alongside the moral integrity of the ghostwriters themselves, it must be questioned how ethical the ‘clients’ and manufacturers of ghostwriting are. Is it believable that such a secretive and duplicitous practice is always just and fair to its workers?

As Paul Farhi reveals, Barbara Feinman Todd disputed their lack of accreditation on Hilary Clinton’s It Takes A Village. It would be unsurprising if Todd was the only ghostwriter who felt hard done by the lack of recognition they receive for books that they produce. 

Robert McCrum writes that: “In France, ghosts are known as nègres, and there is a kind of slavery implicit in this transaction.” Is McCrum’s observation far from the truth about ghostwriting? Regardless of whether ghostwriters like Crofts consent for their work to be sold under their clients name, there does seem to be an exploitative nature to this transaction.

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6.14.2021

Jay-Z was Bugs Bunny for Awhile

Jay-Z on Ghostwriting Lyrics For Bugs Bunny in ‘Space Jam’ — ‘I Was Acting Like a Rabbit’


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Jay-Z performs onstage at Something in the Water Festival | Brian Ach/Getty Images for Something in the Water.

Jay-Z is one of the most accomplished and decorated artists to ever touch a microphone. Aside from establishing himself as one of the best-selling artists of all time, he’s managed to win over a dozen Grammy awards and recently joined the billionaire club after landing a number of lucrative business deals.

Even though Jay-Z is busier with his entrepreneurial and social justice efforts than his music nowadays, he still vividly remembers his days as an up-and-coming rapper. When he first hit the scene back in the 1990s, he branded himself as one of the best lyricists within the genre. Competing with other New York City-based rappers such as The Notorious B.I.G.Nas, and D.M.X. at the time, he had no choice but to sharpen his skills with the pen.

Many people might not know it, but Jay-Z is also one of the best ghostwriters in the music industry. He’s written the lyrics to several hit records, most notably Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg’s 1999 single “Still D.R.E.” He also wrote “Buggin’”, a record from the Space Jam soundtrack that was performed by Bugs Bunny. Years later, while looking back on the experience, he claims he had no idea the moment would become so iconic. 

Jay-Z ghostwrote a record for the ‘Space Jam’ soundtrack

Jay-Z discussed the “Buggin’” writing process during a recent episode of Lebron James and Maverick Carter’s The Shop: Uninterrupted series. 

“Do you remember doing that, by the way?” Carter asked. 

“Yeah, definitely, yeah. I was in Sony studios, acting like a rabbit,” Jay-Z said.

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5.29.2021

Ghostwriting about Ghosts

Ghostwriting about Kootenay ghosts an eye-opener for Kelowna’s Charlie Hodge


Rob Munro of Kelowna News
May 28, 2021

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Charlie Hodge with his new book: Lost Souls of Lakewood – The History and Mystery of Blaylock’s Mansion | Image Credit: Submitted/Charlie Hodge

After being a journalist for more than 30 years and a Kelowna city councilor for more than a dozen, the last thing Charlie Hodge ever expected to be doing was write a semi-fictional ghost story.

But five years ago, he opened himself up to a whole new way of writing after being approached by Dan McGauley, a former owner of Blaylock’s Mansion near Nelson, asking him to ghostwrite a book about the mansion’s history.

“I’m not interested,” Hodge told McGauley at the time. “Why would I take all the time and energy to write a book and have someone else put their name on it?”

McGauley said it was fine for Hodge to put his name on the book, whereupon Hodge, in turn, explained that a ghostwriter didn’t actually do that.

“No, no, no, he said,” Hodge explained. “The mansion has all these ghosts in it.”

Still, that wasn’t enough to convince him to write about ghosts even if he wasn't actually ghost writing the book.

“I said I was still not interested,” Hodge said. “I’ve been a journalist for 30 years and I don’t believe. I don’t disbelieve. I kind of take everything with a grain of sand but most ghost books are a bunch of malarkey as far as I’m concerned.”

But, the offer of a free stay at what is now a B&B, was too hard to resist.

“I looked it up and went, holy crap, that place is gorgeous,” Hodge said “And, a free night’s trip to the Kootenays, how can you go wrong? As soon as I walked into that place I went, OK, this is a little different than I thought. Now I’m interested.”

What came out of that is a 320-page book called Lost Souls of Lakewood – The History and Mystery of Blaylock’s Mansion, going back 700 years over the history and lives of people who lived on the land.

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