Want to know more about ghostwriting? The March issue of Writer's Digest includes my six-page feature on everything you need to get started--and may just convince you to add "ghostwriter" to your freelance repertoire. It will be on newsstands soon, so watch for it if you're interested.
If you have the necessary skills, there are plenty of reasons to ghostwrite, including a higher hourly rate. If you want to know more about what you need to succeed in this field, and how to attract and qualify clients, set fees, market yourself, negotiate contracts, and work efficiently, you'll want to check out my book, Goodbye Byline, Hello Big Bucks: The Writer's Guide to Making Money Ghostwriting and Coauthoring Books (Kindle edition).
Called the "comprehensive guide to becoming a ghostwriter" by Marcia Layton Turner, founder/executive director of the Association of Ghostwriters, it's the only book available that covers all aspects of this lucrative niche. (In fact, the lack of a good book on the subject is one of the reasons I wrote it!)