Professional Ghostwriter Certification Training Boosts Business

Ontext ghostwriting

Even in October, there’s more than one kind of ghost

My friend and mentor, Claudia Suzanne, founder of the world’s only formal ghostwriter training is on an audacious quest to transform the ghostwriting field and elevate freelancer incomes through community and education.

I want to help Claudia get the word out to struggling writers and editors that registration is now open for the next Ghostwriting Certificate Program. The certification is issued by Cal State Long Beach and is intensive training that will certainly put your skills and knowledge ahead of the pack in the field of ghostwriting or developmental editing.

Have a look at the description of the ghostwriter certification training course and truly consider registering. It’s a telecourse, but NOT self-taught.

Designed to expand or launch lucrative, professional careers, this course meets online Mondays from 5:30 – 8:30 PM Pacific time, beginning Oct 14, 2013. Certification at the end of the two semesters is conferred by California State University, Long Beach.

If you know anyone who could benefit from a new writing-career path, please send them a link to this blog post so they can check it out, as well. It’s a lot of work, a lot of fun, and a unique opportunity—the only one of its kind in the world. So please help your writer friends and acquaintances upgrade their skills, knowledge, and earning potential. I believe our business would have fewer hacks peddling their services for pennies if more professionals sought certification.

I took this course when it was a very young program. I’ve seldom worked as hard or learned as much about the publishing business as I did with Claudia. You’ll learn a lot about the craft of writing—mechanics, voice, a “slinky flow” essential to a coherent book, and how to work effectively with clients. You’ll also get insight into the business of publishing that most writers, ghostwriters, and editors may never have access to. My business benefitted enormously from the experience.

If you have any questions, you may contact the CSULB program director at

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