Collaboration Projects–Good Idea or Destined for Failure?

Some people thrive in group settings. They love working on a team and standing in front of an audience. Others (like me and perhaps 85% of writers) prefer to hide in their office behind a keyboard screen. We’re used to going it alone and doing things how we want when we want…until a joint assignment comes our way. Team projects are hard in any endeavor, but merging two or more creative minds often creates migraines. By choosing your partners carefully, setting clear boundaries and guidelines, and focusing on the project more than the personality, authors can turn collaboration nightmares into successful projects. (Read the rest here.)

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About Jennifer Slattery

Novelist and speaker Jennifer Slattery, also writing as Jen Pheobus, uses humor, grace, and truth to inspire God's children to live abundant, Christ-centered lives. She does content editing for Firefly, a southern fiction imprint with Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas, and is a regular contributor to Crosswalk.com; Internet Cafe Devotions; Faith, Friends and Chocolate; and manages the social media for Takin’ it to the Streets, a ministry that serves Omaha’s working poor and homeless. She’s placed in numerous writing contests and her work has appeared in numerous compilations, magazines, and e-zines.

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