The error analysis in ghostwriting

No one likes to talk about mistakes that he himself has to answer for. Although every reputable ghostwriter will strive to meet the customer’s requirements, this does not always succeed. In this case, after solving the problems, the reasons should be discussed.

Away from the “question of guilt”

It is barely effective if some of the communication is used on blaming. If this happens nevertheless, it can be judged on the basis of the exact order formulation and content and methodology agreements whether the responsibility lies with the customer or the mind: has the ghost overlooked a clear indication or has the client failed to determine in time the exact direction of the work ?

Far more important, however, is to solve the problems caused by misunderstandings or omissions. Ideally, this happens immediately after delivery of the concept or at the latest after the first partial delivery. Because in the initial phase of work, discrepancies can still be easily eliminated, while in the late phase more and more consecutive parts of the text would have to be changed.

The composition has to be right!

A scholarly work is neither a series of quotations and facts, nor an artistic, inspired activity or a style exercise in rhetoric. Instead, it’s about working on a topic based on self-chosen issues (which should result from scientific necessity). This is also already a rough framework for possible sources of error staked: A work can slide into a meaningless orgy of quotes and thereby miss their own thoughts. On the other hand, it can also become a fantasy without a grip on the ground, or slip into trivialities and phrases that have no scientific value in them. Although serious ghostwriters are hardly in danger of committing such rookie mistakes, communicating with the customer is often the Achilles heck of the ghostwriting service. Customers who know and are aware of this can avoid such problems when describing their assignment clearly and in detail.