ASP 75: A Beginner’s Guide to Co-Authoring a Book
“I don’t know about you, but I’m wired for networking and co-laboring. I love team-work and prefer joint projects over flying solo.”
– Frank Viola
Steve and Barrie talk about co-authoring and how it works. Most authors spend a lot of time writing by themselves. Co-authoring is a great way to share the workload and make the entire publishing process faster, especially for independent authors.
What You’ll Learn in this Episode:
- Steve and Barrie’s experience with co-authoring books, including their writing and editing process and books planned for 2017
- The benefits and downsides of co-authoring
- Steps to take to ensure co-authorship success
- How to handle copyright and book income and other formal agreements
- How to decide whose name appears first on the cover
Important Links and Mentions:
Books Steve and Barrie co-authored:
Books Steve and Rebecca Livermore co-authored:
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