Author Interview: Chris McKinney and The Importance of Small Groups   Leave a comment

Lost Pen Magazine

Can you tell us about your professional background or training and what led you to writing?

I had four courses in college which helped me learn some writing skills. They were composition courses, literary courses, and communications courses. Some of what I learned is still useful. Some of it I’ve had to unlearn.

The much more important training I got came through working with a group of Christians on some large writing projects. One of them had been a staff writer and editor for some of the major Christian publishing houses for many years. I was blessed with the opportunity to be personally mentored by him. He edited all of my work daily for three months. We spent many hours on the phone and of course going back and forth through editing notes, chat messages, etc.

At first, I was very resistant to the process because our views were so…

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Posted August 20, 2018 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

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