Jerry Jenkins has been a professional writer for over 50 years. He’s written more than 185 books across several genres and his writing has also appeared in magazines like TIME, Reader’s Digest, Parade, and many others.
A lot of people don’t realize that Left behind was your 125th book. How did your early writing career prepare you to write Left Behind?
Is there anything you would change about the Left Behind series?
What are some writing tricks pastors can use to improve their storytelling?
Do you have a writing routine? Rhythms you do the same way every time?
How do busy leaders make time for writing?
Who are some of your favorite authors to read?
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