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Overcoming Differences To Remain Business Partners and Friends

A Shared Goal Can Be Achieved With The Right Outlook, Book Co-Authors Say

Good business partnerships can lead to great things, whether it’s Ben and Jerry dishing up ice cream or Penn and Teller dishing up magic. 798 more words

Successful Entrepreneurs

Co-writing, Transatlantic (Literary) Affairs and Other Forms of Insanity, with Kevin Allen

On co-writing Five Guns Blazing

I will be honest, I was a little sceptical when Emma first approached me about Five Guns Blazing. I read her message and looked at the picture and laughed to myself. 556 more words

Blog Series: Two For One (Co-Writing a Project)

A while back we promised a post on how we went about co-writing our MG project. Since writing the book(s) has been a process we decided to turn one post into a series. 208 more words


Co-writing is not my thing. It will never be my thing.

Don’t force me to co-write anything. A song, a script, a story.

Let me write and create on my own. 33 more words

All About Writing

Adventures in City-State: Co-Writing with James Courtney and Kaisy Wilkerson-Mills

This week on Saturday Specials, I have a special guest, Kaisy Wilkerson-Mills, who co-writes Dystopian Nation of City-State (an anthology of short stories related to the futuristic dystopian, post-American nation of City-State) with James Courtney. 517 more words


3 Steps to Move Along a Co-write

Have you ever been in a co-write and everyone is on a different wave length? You have the concept, but as a group, you are really struggling as to how to get to the finish line? 345 more words

Christian Artist

book update - on the importance of chapter structure

It’s been a while since I wrote anything about my current book project with Barbara. We are still in the throes of revising the text, turning our incredibly messy first draft into something more readable. 1,073 more words

Pat Thomson