A great post from EEB, a writing blog that I whole-heartedly support!
A couple weeks ago, we received a request from Victoria W. :
“I have a question. I’ve been considering finding co-writing with someone on this story idea I had. There’s just one problem: I’ve never co-written anything and I don’t know how! I was wondering if you lovely ladies had any tips and/or guides that can show me how to get this up and off the ground. 🙂 “
And because we are the prosaic writers we are who can, of course, never do anything with brevity, we have elected to endow you with the knowledge which has come from many years of struggle and strife via a two-part blog post. Kidding. Co-writing is the best.
That being said, there are a great many things that one should be prepared to do in order to reap the most benefits from your collaborative project.
1. Everyone Has a “Chapter 10.” This…
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