One time at a dinner party, someone asked what I do for a living.
“I’m a writer” I said.
“Ooooo,” they replied.
Then someone at the table corrected me, “You’re not a writer. He thinks you’re an author.”
Twelve years later, I still call myself a writer. But my writing isn’t visible on the front cover of a book or a byline in an article. My writing gets to shine the brightest when my boss gives an inspiring presentation, sends out a memo to over 3,000 employees, or uses my infographic to give a financial update.
I’m in corporate communications, specializing in executive and strategic communications. But I like to think of myself as a ghost writer and I have a lot of stories to tell. I hope you enjoy them.