How to plan the business book that gets you noticed
UhoP 2019: Q&A with Zoë McDonald, ghostwriter
Q&A with Jo Russell, Writer and Editor
Ghostwriting: How to keep your book out of the slush pile
UHoP 2018: Q&A with Tom Bromley, author and ghostwriter
Q&A with Ginny Carter, The Author Maker
Q&A with Martin Toseland
Martin Toseland has worked at a senior editorial level at Penguin Press and HarperCollins until October 2006, when he decided to concentrate on his own writing. Since then he’s written or ghosted over twenty books – fiction and non-fiction – on a comically broad range of subjects including misheard song lyrics, a CFO’s view of good business practice, the Grand Harbour in Malta, a novel set in the Amazon rainforest, and, recently, a book written entirely in emoji. He’s currently working on a television biography, a book about drinking, a travel book and a thriller. He also provides editorial consultancy for fiction and non-fiction titles and represents a select list of authors.
Q&A with Roz Morris, ghostwriter and author
Roz Morris published nearly a dozen novels and achieved sales of more than 4 million copies – and nobody saw her name because she was a ghostwriter. She is now proudly selfpublishing as herself with two acclaimed literary novels My Memories of a Future Life and Lifeform Three. She has also been a writing coach, editor and mentor for more than 20 years with award-winning authors among her clients. We asked Roz about the challenges of her unique path to success.