Ghostwriting: Career building tips

There are tens of thousands of ghostwriters in the US. Learn how to use a sharply focused marketing program to get your share of the clients by attending the Orlando FWA Writer’s group meeting with speaker Tom Wallace on Wednesday, June 2, 2010 at 6:30 PM at the University Club in Winter Park.

Tom Wallace has been writing professionally for fifteen years. As a manager for a litigation support provider he wrote documents dealing with the Firestone Tire lawsuits, Nissan Rollover, United Healthcare, and other high profile cases. In seven years of freelance work he’s written everything from PR copy to books, and has edited a wide variety of materials including award-winners, such as comic book scripts for Masterpiece Comics and historical novels for Fredric M. Hitt. Among his ghostwriting clients are a financial guru, a military scholar, and a health and fitness entrepreneur. Most recently, he worked as developmental editor on the proposal for Claire Dorotik’s memoir NO SECRET SO CLOSE, represented by Rob McQuilkin, of Lippencott, Massie, McQuilkin.

Tom is currently working as collaborating writer on two books, THE ACT, Damien Decker’s story of his life as the highest paid straight male escort in Manhattan, and MIAMI FREEZE, the true crime memoir of a cocaine smuggler.

The meeting is free and open to the public at the University Club in Winter Park (corner of Webster & Park Ave.). For additional information, visit the FWA blog at www.fwa-orlando.org  or contact Rik Feeney, group leader at usabookcoach@gmail.com.

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