Is co-authoring more difficult than writing solo? Sometimes we even set deadlines! But being accountable to one another helps. And as soul-crushing and dispiriting as that world can be, it does help us with productivity. All available as ebooks and print books. We have three new books in different stages of development, too. We have a good cadence for getting stuff done. Jon: I can leave a note in a draft that would be incomprehensible to the other But I know Rich will know what I mean and take the idea and make it ten times better than my thought.
Richard: I think for authors planning to work with a friend on a writing project, review notes could be a stumbling block. Mainly just the tone. Like with any written medium, the tone the reader imagines can really derail productive edits.
Working in a partnership is really a great motivation, too. We each have our strengths and in leading different sections of production, we drive the other one through the tough parts. As any writer knows, sitting down and just getting words on paper is the biggest challenge. Having someone dependent on you doing your job is a fantastic motivator to shut down Facebook and turn on Word.
The two of you are also the authors of the Seamus Tripp series, a middle grade fantasy-adventure. Could you tell us a little bit about the books?
Richard: Gordon and Seamus act like brothers. Richard: …unsuccessfully, to bring Seamus down to earth. Jon: Mine, too.
- Seamus Tripp & the Thunderbird?
- Complete Prose Works: Specimen Days and Collect, November Boughs and Goodbye My Fancy!
- The Battle of the Bulge: The Losheim Gap/Holding the Line: 1 (Stackpole Military History Series)?
We love the pulp side of fiction and wanted to do a series akin to The Hardy Boys or Oz books, where a reader can jump right into any of the adventures without reading the previous ones. Thea Hutcheson. The Rain Snake. Jeannie Walker. Marvin Perkins. Richard Freeland. I Will Not Weep. Janet Sabina. On the Many Uses of Cedar.
Ben Cassidy. Yellow Moon. Ginger Simpson. Ten Tall Tales of the Old West. Kevin Thorsheim. American Indian Stories. Dallas Gaultois. Steven Clark. Ron Rash. Washington Bailey.
the complete seamus and the leprechaun trilogy Manual
French VII. The Magnificent Horses of Myth. Alton Pryor. Christopher Ross. The Legend of Falling Rock. An Apsaalooke's Tale. Bryson Strupp. Out of Uca. Josh Clarke. Ghost Story. Pamela Jean Herber. Wayne Alvin Bahr. A Hundred Years on Deadman's Butte. Scott R. Peace in Our Time.
Allen Itz. Fulcrum Prelude: The Three Virtues. Niels van Eekelen.
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Journey into the Unknown, The Moon Princess. John Pirillo. Sherina HM. Valiant, He Endured. George Donnelly.
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Ask it above. Over the dusty canyons of the Arizuma Territory, an ancient legend rises. Can Seamus Tripp and his nephew Gordon discover its secret before a band of trophy hunters? World-famous adventurer Seamus Tripp embarks on his most daring venture yet: deep into the Arizuma desert in search of a mythical creature so elusive and so magnificent that no one can remember ever seeing it But when Seamus, accompanied by his earnest nephew Gordon and reluctant business partner Myron, comes upon a Civil War veteran and his band of trophy hunters looking for the same creature, the trip becomes even more dangerous.