While most writing ventures are solo ones, it’s twice as nice to work with a partner. You can get the work done faster – plus you have a sounding board, which is useful for bouncing ideas.
But writing partnerships can be tricky. After all, you’ve got two minds trying to convey one big idea. And not everyone works in the same way, which can lead to misunderstandings and friction.
If you’re considering partnering up for a book you might have questions on how this might work. Questions such as:
How to ensure both parties do their fair share?
What if your writing voices are different?
How do you stay organized when you’re trying to blend material from two minds?
We’ve got answers – and the real-life skinny on how to partner up and make it work.
In the latest Talking Shop, we’re bringing on Shaheen Miro, Theresa’s co-author for Tarot for Troubled Times, to talk about how they worked together to make their book a reality.
In this power hour, we’ll discuss:
- What it’s like to work with a partner
- How to choose the right person
- The best – and hardest – parts of collaboration
- Staying organized when it’s not just you
- Tools to use
- Keeping the voice cohesive when two people write a book
If you’re thinking of working with a partner on any creative venture, you’ll love this episode. Listen in:
Listen in + learn:
Theresa and Bri
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