The secret life of a ghost writer

The ghostly cafe

The ghostly cafe

Getting a ghost writer in front of a public microphone is as difficult as persuading a photographer to appear at the sharp end of a camera.

“But there are questions to be answered,” my lovely wife, Jane Teresa, insisted. “All I have to do is press this button while we’re having coffee.”

And that’s how it happened. Many of the questions I’m asked at social events and professional meetings are answered here. Of course, there are many more, and what better way of answering them than over first-class long blacks in one of Brisbane’s great cafés.

So, yes, we’ll do it again for sure. And, in the short wait to my next long black, please drop me a line if you have any queries about ghost writing. I’d love to hear from you and, apart from making my coffee tryst with my wife tax deductible, you would be helping folk out there understand what I do, and how I do it.

Have a listen!


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