Posted on 01/27/2022 at 11:00 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Authors, like any other profession, can be introverted or extroverted or somewhere in between.
Regardless of how they feel about other people, though, more writers are likely used to working solo than as part of a team.
That was the case for writer Alan Russell.
He wasn't initially interested in working with a partner — in this case, a lawyer with a story to tell — but eventually he came around to the idea.
The collaboration turned out to be a success, personally and professionally, and Russell has identified a few key decisions that he thinks contributed to that.
Russell's advice on setting up a successful writing partnership is up at Writer's Digest.
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