Post by Sideshowjazz1 on Jul 15, 2014 5:23:52 GMT -5
Why would Ann Martin write two chapters almost the same in two different books? I would've thought "The Baby-Sitters Remember" would've been written by a ghostwriter, since it rehashes the first job with the Rodowskys from "Logan Likes Mary Anne", but adds and deletes some things, since it's from Logan's POV. Weird, huh?
"We all go a little mad sometimes." - Norman Bates, "Psycho"
Post by animationaddict on Jan 2, 2015 17:31:53 GMT -5
Is there an easy, specifc way to find what ghostwriter wrote which book (besides using the list)?
In my time on bsc-snark, all I've learned is that Ellen Miles abuses parentheses, Lerangis throws a lot of weird references and onomatopoeia in, and Suzanne Weyn and Nola Thacker seem to write a lot of the "after school special"-esque books. Also, Suzanne tends to be wittier (I guess) and a lot of Nola's books are a hot mess.
When I found out that Suzanne Weyn was one of the ghostwriters, I screamed internally. She wrote one of my favorite books (Distant Waves).
Post by animationaddict on Jan 2, 2015 20:15:48 GMT -5
That was very helpful, actually. I didn't know where to find it before, so I was wondering. I don't have many of the books anymore. In fact, I only have one that was written by the ghosties. But yeah, it helped. So thanks!