You might want to get in contact with me, and if you do, I really do want to talk to you. I might not be able to get back to you in real time, but I'll do my very best to reply.
I do some ghost writing, guest blogging, proofreading, editing, and book/product reviews, as long as the person or the project is something I believe in, or I find the book or product interesting. Basically, if I like it enough to want other people to have it, I'm happy to write about it.
Terms and names of my ghostwriting projects are necessarily kept private, but I have also done some writing at:
Short Stack Hero - A poker blog by my good friend Lorin.
Avalon Hill Games - I wrote a few strategy articles and game reviews for them way back in college, but I'm not sure if they're still around anymore. In either case I love playing board games, and Avalon Hill is a great place to get them.
Online Writing Workshop - Unfortunately I didn't utilize them with The White Sand Beaches of Sao Paulo since I was involved with the fantasy/science fiction/horror genre branch of the site and TWSBoSP isn't any of those things, but they're still a great place to go to read what other people are doing and have your work read and critiqued. It's a definite "you get out of it what you put into it" kind of thing, but it's a pretty good way to connect with other writers of all skill levels, from the novice to the professional.
Anyway, you can contact or follow me in these places:
E-mail: email@example.com - try to mention my site in the subject line. Spam is a real thing, and there's always the chance that your message will end up in spam folder somewhere.
Facebook - here. A good way to make sure I actually get the message.
Skype - send a message to isaacjourden . Again, say something friendly and mention the site, so I know you're not just trying to sell me penis enlargement pills.
Twitter - If I do tweet, I do it @isaacjourden . Mostly I just use it to get updates on the menu at Wilf and Ada's, the tastiest breakfast diner in my neighborhood. I don't check it every day.
Or just leave a comment on the blog. I'll read it. :)