Welcome to this episode of Productive Pastor. We are doing another installment of “How I wrote a book” with my buddy JR Forasteros.
This episode is sponsored by the awesome folks at TrainedUp.church. Make sure to check them out for the best mobile volunteer training system out there. If you didn’t catch it, we recorded an episode earlier this year with their founder Scott Magdalein.
Jr, the pastor of Catalyst Community Church, is the author of Empathy For the Devil: Finding Ourselves in the Villians of the Bible*. I was lucky enough to read it early on and it is a fantastic read. It is also written differently than many other books, so I knew I wanted to get JR on the show.
We talk about:
- The story of his book title
- The role of a book cover
- Writing fiction AND non-fiction for a book.
- How JR researched the narrative portions
- What questions he asked during the process.
- Why you need an agent
- How to write a book proposal (check out the resources)
- How JR wrote
- How to get published
- What JR would do differently
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