Op-ed columns and byliners ghostwritten by Howard have appeared in:
Asian Wall Street Journal (Hong Kong)
East Bay Times (Calif.)
Garden Island (Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii)
Marin Independent Journal
Marin Medicine (Howard was editor of this publication)
New Straits Times (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
North Bay Business Journal (Santa Rosa, Calif.)
Pacific Business News (Honolulu)
San Jose Mercury News (Calif.)
Santa Rosa Metro Chamber Community Resource & Business Guide
Straits Times (Singapore)
Among Howard’s ghostwritten speeches is one drafted for a TEDx presentation
Samples of Howard’s work:
Remarks by Howard Daniel on Being Named PR Professional of the Year – Honolulu, July 25, 2013
Tribute to Nathan I. Daniel, Founder of Danelectro – A tribute to Howard’s father.
Tips on Creativity in Writing – A quick, easy-to-read smorgasbord of excerpts from a wide range of Howard’s writing.
A Different Way to Achieve Immortality – Reminiscence of an amusing incident from Howard’s Peace Corps service in India. (Also published under the title “Earstaches and a Message From Chiang Kai-Shek” in Even the Smallest Crab Has Teeth: 50 Years of Amazing Peace Corps Stories)
Artificial Intelligence: Amplifying the Mind – Welcoming statement written for former President Ronald Reagan, posted at the entrance to the U.S. Pavilion at Tsukuba Expo ’85 and printed in the official U.S. Pavilion brochure. (Howard also drafted the accompanying statement by Amb. James J. Needham.)
Honolulu Can Sustain a Successful Symphony – Op-ed by Howard published in the Jan. 13, 2011, Honolulu Star-Advertiser setting forth ideas on how to resurrect the defunct Honolulu Symphony. The article no longer appears on the Star-Advertiser’s website; this link goes to the op-ed as Howard originally submitted it.
Why Does 50th State So Often Rank No. 50? – Op-ed by Howard published in The Honolulu Advertiser on Oct. 31, 2000. It is no longer on the Advertiser’s Web site.
Why the Economy Matters – Unpublished op-ed that explains the economy – an abstract concept – in a way a child could understand.
Bridging the Culinary Gap – Unpublished restaurant review (shortly after this piece was completed, but before it could be published, the restaurant went out of business – a great loss to the community).
Link to work on the Web :
Robert J. Pfeiffer obituary:
www.matson.com/press/press_release.cfm?id=106 (written by Howard at the request of Robert Pfeiffer, a legendary captain of industry in Hawaii – except for the quotes of appreciation, which were added to the finished draft by Alexander & Baldwin upon his passing)
Aloha Lady Blue: The Mystery of Kahala Road by Charley Memminger (paperback edition)
Pancheri – Our Story by Gene Pancheri
The Business of Coaching by Dorcas Kelley
The Little Book with 50 Big Ideas on Leadership by Glenn Furuya
*We cannot post much of Howard’s work on this site out of sensitivity to clients for whom it was ghostwritten. If you would like to see links to or samples of additional work, please contact us.