Does anyone else think that writing collaboration is weird? I mean, I've been asked to collab with three different people on three different occasions and we worked on plot and characters and everything, but never actually started.
How do you start a collab story? How do you know who writes what? And how do you make it seamless so that the only way a reader knows it was written by more than one writer is that there's more than one author name on the cover? I don't get it. How do collabs work?
Let me know in the comments, because I want to understand.
Yes, I know this blog post is short and not in my usual format, but hey, it's bound to happen every once in awhile.
A good chunk of you already know who I am, considering I sent you here, but for those of you people who found my blog by accident, let me introduce myself. My name is Madison Anderson and I was born and spent little more than half my life in Oregon (US for those of you who don't know and don't want to look it up), so it's no wonder I like the rain. I'm obsessed with Disney (bought myself a Woody doll and I'm so happy :) ) and books. I'm now into drawing, and whenever I get around to it I plan on selling my work. You can visit my art page (someday it'll be website) at https://www.facebook.com/randomart17/?ref=bookmarks