Liv Haugland is a certified ghostwriter. She has assisted clients with their manuscripts on topics ranging from visual literacy to Chinese art to the angry ghosts of the Buddhist underworld. Liv welcomes all multi-cultural manuscripts be they fiction, non-fiction, or memoirs.
During her tenure as an English instructor at Taiwan National Normal University, she wrote for E1, E2, E3, an English language magazine geared towards non-native speakers. She has contributed articles to Evergreen Shipping’s trade magazine and produced newsletters for owners of the CT line of luxury yachts. Her articles about sailing have also appeared in Santana Magazine. The Poet, published by The Fine Arts Society of Indiana, featured some of her early poetry. She served as Editor-in-Chief for the 25th anniversary publication of the Long Beach-Qingdao Sister Cities Association, a glossy in circulation both in the United States and in China. U.S. She currently serves as secretary for that association. She has also assisted clients with translations from Norwegian to English.
Liv majored in cultural anthropology at the University of Oslo, Norway and spent many years in Asia and Europe.
Liv Haugland lives in California and is Vice President of the California Writer’s Club, Long Beach, and is a 2013 Jack London Award recipient. She is a teaching assistant for the Ghostwriting Professional Designation Program offered through the College of Continuing and Professional Education at California State University, Long Beach and continues to ghostwrite and mentor her clients.