I'm going to guess that there's no payment involved, until the book sells, and that this co-author is likely going to be doing the majority of the work. Could be wrong. Doubt it.Lydniz said:You should probably give more information if you want a bite.
if you want coaching/mentoring, you would need to pay for thatpdavis91 said:I am not looking for a ghost writer or anyone to do the bulk of the work. It is simply a project I am passionate about and looking for input and/or someone to equally share the process. I am not a professional and would enjoy learning and developing a story.
Sorry you're having a tough time finding a co-author, OP. Most people posting on this forum tend to be actively publishing already, so aren't usually looking to do a shared project with a stranger unless (A) that person is an experienced, established author with a large following or (B) that person is able to pay for their time. It's not that anyone means to be discouraging, just that everybody already has their own story ideas they're writing, stories they're excited about, stories that help pay their bills.pdavis91 said:I am seeking a co-author for my initial project. I have 20-30 pages and have decided some external input and creativity would really make this project come alive. Where are the best co-author websites and/or is someone here looking to partner?
I'm really not sure what you are after. Is this fiction? Non-fiction? autobiography? These questions are important if you want reasonable responses. You say you have about 30 pages, so what do you want from a co-author? Do you want someone to turn it into book length? Do you not know how to do that yourself? All these are questions people need to know.pdavis91 said:I am seeking a co-author for my initial project. I have 20-30 pages and have decided some external input and creativity would really make this project come alive. Where are the best co-author websites and/or is someone here looking to partner?