Last week I wrote a post entitled Co-Authoring: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. In the beginning of the article, I made this statement:
“I don’t know about you, but I’m wired for networking and co-laboring. I love team-work and prefer joint projects over flying solo. So co-writing suits my personality.”
On the heels of that remark, someone suggested that I ask my blog readers to answer the following:
Name a published author that you’d like to see me co-author a book with.
Even if your choice is a “long shot,” I’d still like to hear your answer to this question.
Also, don’t miss my Frequently Asked Questions page. Some of the questions I’ve addressed so far are:
*what is your advice on blogging, writing books, and getting published?
*has your recent shift of ministry-focus affected your view of your previous books on the church?
*I want to leave my church. What advice can you give me on how to do it?
*I’ve looked for an organic expression of the church like you describe in Reimagining Church, but I cannot find one near me. What do I do?
*what’s the difference between clergy salaries and receiving royalties for the work of authors, musicians, and artists?
And many more . . .
P.S. If you haven’t heard about the (possible) upcoming Writers & Bloggers Workshop, read about it here.