Why Not Receiving Credit for My Writing Doesn’t Bother Me

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As a professional writer, I have several avenues of income. My main source of income is from the client work I do in my copywriting and social media marketing business. 50% of my work in this section is ghostwriting — so not only do I not get credited for it, I’m usually putting someone else’s name on the article as the writer.

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Professional online writer. Tea drinker. Committed optimist. I write about parenting conundrums and navigating complex relationships.

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Gillian Sisley

Gillian Sisley

Professional online writer. Tea drinker. Committed optimist. I write about parenting conundrums and navigating complex relationships.

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