I'm looking for a ghost writer for my science blogs.
The ideal candidate will take science stories I identify and rewrite them in my style. Here is an example of one of my blogs: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dawson-church/music-health_b_6888858.html.
The requirements are as follows:
- Each post you write will be between 700 and 1500 words.
- You will start with a story about a particular piece of research, such as this: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/03/150313083410.htm.
- You will rewrite it entirely in your own words, creating original content. Plagiarism is not permitted.
- However you will include exact quotes, such as the comments by investigators about the study, that appear in the original story.
- Just like the example provided, you will embellish the story with brief references to at least 5 other relevant studies that you identify by searching Google Scholar, Pubmed, Science Daily, or other databases.
- In most cases, at least one of those studies will be drawn from the bibliography at Research.EFTuniverse.com.
- You will cite references in APA 6th Edition style. For about half the stories, you will include tips for practical application, such as my 5 recommendations in the above blog post.
- You will create each story within a week of me sending you the original link. To give you a sense of the time required, when I do this task myself, each story takes me 2 - 3 hours to write.
I am looking for a FLAT FEE per article, not an hourly rate. I will send you 5 to 20 articles per month, and I am looking for a fun and productive long-term professional relationship.
You will sign a work-for-hire agreement and since this is a ghost writing position, you will not receive authorship credit for these drafts.
Please read the above instructions carefully and apply only if you're qualified and ready to work.