Book Ghost Writer or Book Ghostwriter - which spelling is right?
By Karen S. Cole | March 12, 2016
Have you noticed that ghost writer is also spelled ghostwriter? Either spelling is equally appropriate. However, author clients seem to prefer the use of ghost writer, especially when it comes to the phrase book ghost writer. For some reason, major search engines are finding that people type in that phrase more often than book ghostwriter.
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