The New York Times’ recent feature about ghostwriters of celebrity cookbooks has Gwyneth Paltrow feeling defensive about her recent release, "My Father’s Daughter. " “Love @nytimes dining section but this weeks facts need checking, " she tweeted. "No ghost writer on my cookbook, I wrote every word myself. " The story refers to writer Julia Turshen’s claim that the young author collaborated with Paltrow on the book, and that they were working together on a second one. It also details in depth how ghost writers are typically paid low wages and subject to mistreatment by the celebs they work with.