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  • v  write for someone else

  • He arranged to take a parachute jump, his first, and describe his sensations in a syndicated article he would ghostwrite for himself.
  • Then he began to talk prison officials into letting him ghostwrite crime articles for them.
  • What do you say to an offer to ghostwrite Nancy Reagan's autobiography? "Just say yes," advised William Novak's wife Linda when Random House approached him a year-and-a-half ago.

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