There's been some interesting debate in the ghostwriting community over the last few weeks since The New Yorker published an interview with Tony Schwartz, co-author of The Art of the Deal with Donald Trump in 1987.
In the interview, Schwartz pulls back the curtains on his time with Trump, essentially to make a case that the Trump he worked with is manifestly unsuitable to be president of the USA.
Debate has arisen from a perception by many who feel that Schwartz has broken a golden rule of ghostwriting by speaking out.
There's a reason why ghostwriters are so-called. We are 'ghosts' in the sense of being invisible.