Every time I go wine tasting with one of my oldest and dearest friends, she will at some point in the day, look at me with the most earnest expression and say, “This is so much fun. You know what we should do? We should buy a winery together!”
It’s probably just the zinfandel talking, but there is something appealing about diving into a new opportunity and taking a friend with you. Who better to share this adventure with than a friend?
Writing the Lost Coast Harbor series with Lily sort of came about the same way. Not just because there was alcohol involved. A new creative project, like a book, or a series of books, is never more exciting than at the beginning of the process. The possibilities are endless! We both were eager to dive into this new project.
But then comes the day-to-day details…
How did we manage co-creating a six-book series and stay friends? That’s the subject of an article we wrote for Hidden Gems Books. If you’ve ever thought about co-writing with a friend, or co-creating any type of creative project, check it out. We have all sorts of advice for you! And if that project involves purchasing a winery, my advice is to wait until you’re sober.