Making Serious Money As A Published Author

As part of a focus group, I asked my clients and readers what they wanted from me as a writing and publishing expert. What came back was simple.  It was this question, asked in a number of different ways: "How do I make money - serious money - as a published author?" I have an answer. It's a Mastermind group, strictly limited to 12, that meets quarterly in Boston and in Newport Beach, CA. You can also attend via video link, or simply receive the videos the day after the … [Read more...]

Locus Magazine Reviews: Lois Tilton reviews Short Fiction

Senior writer Nicole Taylor had her story, “The Undertaker’s Son”, featured in contemporary fantasy magazine Shimmer #15. Check out the great review by Lois Tilton posted online in the Locus Magazine. Read the full article … [Read more...]

Fifty Shades of Red Ink

BusinessGhost’s Michael Levin has published a blog post on The Huffington Post about the reason behind Penguin Group’s recent 48 percent drop in net profits. Read the full article … [Read more...]

How to Write a Bestselling Business Book

Bloomberg Businessweek has asked for the opinion of BusinessGhost Inc.’s Michael Levin on developing a business book.  In today’s massive media clutter, how do you produce a business book that will stand out? Read the full article … [Read more...]

A Dad Strikes Out

BusinessGhost, Inc. President and CEO Michael Levin is featured in an article on The Good Men Project about his relationship with his sons and baseball.  Levin quotes, "I took my twin ten-year-old sons to a couple of Angels games this week, and I was shocked—shocked!—to discover just how little they knew about baseball." Read the full article … [Read more...]

BookExpo America ends, changes in publishing begin

BusinessGhost, Inc. CEO Michael Levin talks about the wavering publishing industry in Jeff Barrett's article on The Washington Times.  Levin says, "Publishers are loath to provide accurate sales figures, for two reasons.  One is that they don’t want authors to know how many copies they sold, so that they don’t have to pay all the royalties due the authors.  Second, they’re embarrassed by how few copies most books sell." Read the full article … [Read more...]

Business Wisdom from the Business Ghost

Gotham Ghostwriters, a ghostwriting company based in New York, invited BusinessGhost, Inc. CEO Michael Levin to deliver a presentation to writers: "How do you market yourself in a way that will land you high-paying work from high-profile clients?" Read the full article … [Read more...]

University of Southern California’s Outstanding Academic Papers by Students

BusinessGhost senior writer Jenny Sommerfield published the article, “A Ulysses Carol: Reconciling the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future”, in USC’s Outstanding Academic Papers by Students (OAPS).  The OAPS is a program initiated to promote the work of students who have displayed outstanding scholarship. Read the full article … [Read more...]