Sunday, March 18, 2007

Writing With a Co-Author

The only writing I've done previously with a co-author has been with my daughter. Generally we split the work with her doing the research, photography, and proof reading while I did the writing. We often wrote travel articles this way. We also are working on a teen mystery with both of us contributing.

This month, I've ventured into a new co-author gig. At Alzheimer's Notes blog, at b5media, Liz Lewis from New Zealand has joined me as a co-author. She's an RN and works with the over 65 age group, thus has experience with dementia and Alzheimer's disease.

Liz will be adding an international, as well as professional dimension to the blog, since I live in the US and have been involved with Alzheimer's as a caregiver for my mom and aunt, author, and speaker.

You may like to visit Alzheimer's Notes to learn about the information we're posting.

In this era of the Internet, we can co-author with other writers around the globe.

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