Interviewing (Part 11)

 Another nice thing about writing from interviews is it eliminates writer’s block. It’s not just you and a blank piece of paper when you sit down to write. It’s you, a mound of notes, and a recorder.

 The realm of manuscripts that can be written from interviews is unlimited. In 1990 I went to Hong Kong, Sri Lanka, India, and the Philippines to obtain information for my books written from interviews. But don’t forget that your best story may be in your own backyard, in your church, in your local newspaper, or in your head.

 Many people have fascinating stories to tell, but they are unable to write their own stories. You can come beside them and write their stories to encourage others and bring the readers closer to the Lord.

 This concludes the series on interviewing.