[PDF] Download ☆ Confessions of a Ghostwriter | by Ø Andrew Crofts

By Andrew Crofts | Comments: ( 254 ) | Date: ( May 29, 2020 )

The new book in the bestselling Confessions series.A fascinating insight into the world of a ghostwriter From glamour models to diplomats, Andrew Crofts has worked with an array of interesting characters These are his confessions.From the team that brought you the bestselling CONFESSIONS OF A GP and CONFESSIONS OF A MALE NURSE and CONFESSIONS OF A NEW YORK TAXI DRIVER


  • Title: Confessions of a Ghostwriter
  • Author: Andrew Crofts
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Comments Confessions of a Ghostwriter

  • Edoardo Albert

    There are times when you just want something light and fluffy and gossipy to read and what could be better, I thought, than the confessions of a ghostwriter. Surely we'd get to hear the dirt dished on people who hid behind someone else's words and some insight into the world of high-money vanity publishing? Well, we get a bit of the latter but unfortunately Andrew Crofts is far too discrete to name any of the names you actually want named. When he does drop a name, it's only to tell us about a t [...]


  • Tomas Bella

    Collection of random anecdotes, most of them boring.


  • Jo

    Crofts has written more books than you've had hot dinners but you won't have heard of him. Crofts is a ghostwriter which means he's responsible for all those celebrity autobiographies that their adoring public think they wrote themselves. While not naming all the names, here we get a taste of life as a ghostwriter as Crofts takes us on a humorous journey through his life. I read this for a bit of fluff to compensate for the more serious historical fiction I was reading at the same time and it ce [...]


  • Amy

    More snippets and anecdotes than anything, he doesn't dish the dirt on who uses a ghost and who doesn't. Still it has its entertaining moments, particularly when he talks about the super-rich who feel the need for an autobiography and show off by having him ride on their yachts, helicopters, use their spas, inspect their ginormous fountains, etc. Not a bad way to make a living.


  • Hubert O'hearn

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  • Maja Dezulovic

    Reading this reminded me about why I love writing and ghostriting. It is sure one heck of an adventure!


  • Ben Baker

    Too bitty and naturally guarding the identity of its subjects to be truly satisfying but a lot of interesting insights into a little known area along the way.


  • Mary

    Interesting but without the depth I was hoping for. His wife sounds great, would like to read more about her.


  • Jay

    Boring. Dead boring. You would think it would be interesting, but it's the opposite.


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