‘Ghosting’ is the term used for working behind the scenes on a writing project for an individual or organisation. The work is done for a fee and copyright stays with the client. Many quite famous books and screenplays have been ‘ghosted’, either from a fairly basic initial idea, or existing rough copy.

John McDonald has ‘ghosted’ several books. These books have included novels, histories and biographies. Names and titles are covered by copyright.

John is sometimes available for ‘ghosting’ – just contact him for a schedule, a consultation and/or an estimate.

“The best ghostwriter I have ever worked with” – Kerri Sharp, senior commissioning editor at Simon & Schuster.