I am a writer who focuses on christian topics and devotionals...how do I get into ghost writing?
Use your creativity. All I write r ghost books. read into other books, u mite get sum ideas and enjoy them
Most Christians I known only believe in the Holy Ghost.
Ah, are we talking about writing for someone else or the after life?
Visit known ghostly sites talk with people who might tell you stories. Be liberal in your thinking.
Ghost writing is difficult. It either completely works or it doesn't. I would reccomend reading a few successful novels about ghosts and also watching movie pertaining to ghostly invents. Researching alleged ghost sightings would be a good way to get started.
Commit suicide and become a ghost. Then start writing. You could start with a rewrite of "Dante's Inferno" since suicide is a "no-no" in christianity, and you will have to be writing from a Starbucks in hell -- writing what you know.
Get yourself a Ouija Board, a couple of good pals and a very large bong... before you know it the spirit will take you and your devotionals will write themselves.
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