I have a real problem with passive voice writing. Ghost writing (perhaps with real ghosts) would be easier. Passive voice (for those who want to know) is using non-active verbs. If there is anyone out there who can help me, just write in the comment section. I struggle with this every time I write. Maybe other people do too but I don't know them (or you) and would like an idea of how you fixed the problem. One of the best books I have read about a writer with writers' block (and including ghosts) is "Golems of Gotham" by Thane Rosenbaum. Terrific, funny, dark book with perhaps (in my own opinion) a need for editing out some of the thumping on a theme to make sure we 'get' what the author means. But I let it slide since Rosenbaum is a lawyer and humanist and his training is making sure his audience understands what he is saying (even if he is repeating himself). But other than that it is a terrific book. Really wonderful.
At least he avoids my passive voice issue and for that alone is worth reading.
Until then, peace