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Writing For The Soul: Instruction and Advice from an Extraordinary Writing Life

Writing For The Soul<br> by Jerry B. Jenkins Writing For The Soul: Instruction and Advice from an Extraordinary Writing Life
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Author: Jerry B. Jenkins
Publisher: Writers Digest Books
Format: Hardcover
# of Pages: 242
Pub. Date: 2006
ISBN-10: 1582974179
ISBN-13: 9781582974170

About the Book:

In Writing for the Soul, best-selling author Jerry B. Jenkins takes you on a personal and inspiring journey, imparting experience and wisdom gained from his impressive writing career. Unknown in his early days, Jenkins persisted in his passion to write, and his story reveals the rewards that can come to writers who put in the hard work and keep their priorities straight. Jenkins shares the honest and straightforward truth about how to find writing success and why the journey is a continuous one.

With heartfelt advice and intimate anecdotes that will satisfy writers and fans, Jenkins discusses: the skills and abilities required to build an exciting career; breaking into the industry through reporting and writing for small markets; establishing and maintaining a professional image; and how even experienced writers should continue to learn and grow (including Jenkins himself);

Writing for the Soul is filled with Jenkins’ autobiographical stories — including many of the famous people he’s written about — and the lessons he's learned from his decades of experience in the writing and publishing world.

What people say:

Few can write about writing like Jerry Jenkins. Any person interested in the high privilege of writing for the soul will delight in and profit from reading this valued work.” — Max Lucado, best-selling author

About the Author:

Jerry B. Jenkins is the author or co-author of more than 150 books, 16 of which have reached the New York Times bestseller list. He is also the founder of Jenkins Entertainment, a filmmaking company in Los Angeles. He has guest-taught advanced writing courses at graduate schools in the United States and abroad. He lives in Colorado with his wife, Dianna.