Ghostwriter – Recycled

For the final piece of recycling, here is something from this day in 2015. It was a response to WordPress’ daily prompt – their prompt was a reworking of a previous one on which I had posted, so I thought I might as well follow suit! How much mileage can be stretched out of a post, I wonder 😉

Take It Easy

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Ghostwriter.”

It’s been a while since I’ve written anything in response to one of WordPress’ daily prompts, largely because many of them would have made me feel very self-centred in doing so. That sounds silly in my head, and looks even more stupid on screen, as that was the whole point of starting this blog: writing about my experiences. But I’d like to think I’ve broadened my scope since then. Today’s prompt can be found by clicking the link above, but to save you the trouble it reads:

“If you could have any author – living or dead – write your biography, who would you choose?”

This prompted two thoughts. Firstly, what an interesting idea, and secondly that it sounded familiar. Having looked back through my previous posts I realised why: I’ve already written ‘Saturday Night Clive’ about this in response to…

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