Even the best of them give little thought to how the acknowledgment at the back of their books should read beyond making a careful list to include one and all, wording a diplomatic thank you to their agents and editors, and a final sentimental ‘love you’ message to their family. That’s the usual fare. And to be honest, if well written this is actually exactly what an acknowledgment should have. Only, mostly, it’s not well written – (more…)
My second question is – how do you two work together?
I’ve wanted to ask this for a long time, and maybe you’ve already answered this somewhere. You can just give me the link, if you have. I always considered my ideas very private, something to stew over in secret. I understand discussing ideas for projects and doing stuff in a team, but if two people sit down to write with the same story-line (discussed and decided on mutually) in their heads, wont their writings still be widely different? How do you manage that?
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