Many would-be authors imagine writing to be a solitary process. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
I’ve collaborated on more than 25 books over the past decade, and if there’s one thing I’ve learned, it’s that inviting other people into your creative process does not make you any less of a writer. In fact, it might make you a better one.
Good writing is always a conversation between the author and his or her readers. This small ebook offers ten ways to get that conversation started before your book is published. Whether you work with a writing buddy, a coach, a co-author, or your social media networks, a collaborative approach will challenge and inspire you to write a book that expresses your authentic voice and engages your readers.