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  • Mary
    Mary
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    Hi Steve,
    As a woman, I know how to coach a man in the romance to die for category. I wrote a book, NOT YOU AGAIN!
    A JOURNEY TO RELATIONSHIP HEAVEN
    Been married and divorced twice. Got to know myself. Men are not articulate. I understand they are not allowed to show feelings so how do you capture the woman of your dreams, your soulmate? I would be
    perfect for this job. I understand what women want and need and how they think.
    Been there…made all the mistakes.
    This is GREAT!!!!
    Mary

  • Great website.
    Great website.
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    Hi Steve
    I have checked out your website and I would like to say that it is very interesting to me. I do not think that I would be able to be such a writer but I guess you have done your research into the topic and find that there is a need for the service.

    I have a question for you. What happens when the person you write to falls in love with your charm and writing, and gets to meet your client to find out that he or she can’t say all the romantic things like how you write to them?

    All the best to you my friend,

    Pelesio Kama.

  • Simon
    Simon
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    Hi Steve,

    I must say I am slightly shocked that this is happening, although I understand that certain people find it difficult to communicate with strangers. I have a question though. How does a ghost-writer know what to say when pretending to be that person? Also what about instant messaging. Surely most people communicate this way now with Facebook messenger, WhatsApp etc. Wouldn’t this mean a writer would have to communicate at all different times of the day? Sounds like someone’s phone would never leave their hands

  • Grant
    Grant
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    Wow, Steve! Do people really get paid for that? I”m 65 years old and have been married for 43 years, so I don’t think I could do it. It looks like a younger man’s game, or someone involved in the dating scene. Also, is it ethical? Pretending to be something you’re not to get a date is kind of pathetic, it seems to me. I guess I’m just old fashioned that way. Still, it’s a good, well written and informative post. Thanks.

    • Steve Razinski
      Steve RazinskiFounder

      I’d say it’s as ethical as hiring a ghost writing to write a book for you. Some people just don’t have the ability to write well and who’s to say that should leave them out of the dating pool? As long as they are representing themselves honestly, I see no issue with it.

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