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People talk about living in a golden age of TV ushered in by hit dramas like The Sopranos, Mad Menand Breaking Bad. All had precisely honed insights about the nature of humanity and of evil that remade expectations of what TV could do. But that period ended around the time Breaking Bad went off the air in 2013. We’re in what came next: an unprecedented glut of programming, with streaming services like Netflix, Amazon and Hulu jumping into an ever-more-crowded fray. Now, there’s a prestige show for every conceivable viewer, which means smaller audiences and fewer truly original stories.

Except for Thrones, which merges the psychological complexity of the best TV with old-school Hollywood grandeur. You liked shows with one anti¬hero? Well, Thrones has five Tony Sopranos building their empires on blood, five Walter Whites discovering just how far they’ll go to win, five Don Drapers unapologetic in their narcissism. Oh, and they’re all living out their drama against the most breathtaking vistas not of this world.


The phenomenon is fueled by a massive worldwide apparatus that, in a typical 10-episode season, generates the equivalent of five big-budget, feature-length movies. Even as the series has grown in every conceivable way over the years—it shoots around the globe; each episode now boasts a budget of at least $10 million—it remains animated by one simple question: Who will win the game in the end? And if Thrones has taught us anything, it’s that every reign has to end sometime.


The writer George R. R. Martin left Hollywood in 1994, determined to do what he wanted for a change. He’d had some success in television, working on a new version of “The Twilight Zone” and on the fantasy series “Beauty and the Beast.” But the pilot for “Doorways,” a series he’d developed, hadn’t been picked up, and he was tired of the medium’s limitations. “Everything I did was too big and too expensive in the first draft,” he told me recently. He wanted castles and vistas and armies, and producers always made him cut that stuff. A line producer for “The Twilight Zone” once explained to him, “You can have horses or you can have Stonehenge. But you can’t have horses and Stonehenge.”


Martin hopes that, after he surmounts the particularly thorny problems of “A Dance with Dragons,” the final two books will come much faster. Some detractors insist that he’ll never complete the series, and they like to kibbitz about who ought to fill in for him if he pulls a Jordan. Martin, however, has indicated that he will not permit another writer to finish “A Song of Ice and Fire.” The story begins and ends with him.

At one point, I posed a question to Remy Verhoeve. Suppose that “A Song of Ice and Fire” never does get a proper ending. He’d still have those three novels, the ones he considers the finest he’s ever read. Would that not be a consolation? He was quiet for a while before answering: “Yeah. I guess it is. Though sometimes I wish I had never read those books.”

Facts source - The new yorker, Time. 

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1. Autobiographies

The title of this category clearly states that this book is about the author. The person who is getting this book published is the subject of the book and it can clearly become difficult for others to write something from the point of view of someone else but that is what writers are there for. Here you need to be skilled enough to turn things into experiences and make the contemplations on bringing them to words. Autobiographies have always been a great way to make the considerations on telling your story to the world when you have achieved something big but that surely is difficult for a ghostwriter to make a person’s life the subject of the book.

2. Fiction

A fiction ghostwriter is thought to be most creative and imaginative amongst all of the categories of ghostwriting. Fiction ghostwriting is about an idea or story that is completely imaginative and the writers have to bring in the touch of amazingness to it with their writing skills.

3. Scripts and Screenplays

Here the writing is a kind of different. This is not about just writing but it is about getting the writing to be perfect for the story that has been given to you. It could be about dialogues, camera angles and telling the story through short lines being combined together. This kind of writing is usually done for video content and thus the demand for the same is much higher.

4. Books

Well, this is the kind of ghostwriting that is bigger and better. In this array of ghostwriting you usually are working on the entire book. It could be anything from fiction to non-fiction book and even to a biography or a novel. It could be anything but it has the freedom and thus it is one of the things that most of the ghostwriters do love. It is like getting the freehand chance to write and going with what you love. The book ghostwriting could, however, be a tiring job for some of the writers as it takes a lot of effort in writing, editing and making it a perfect piece.

5. Articles and Blog Posts

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These are the five kinds of ghostwriting that you can choose if you have a love for writing.

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