Have you ever wondered how to become a better writer? Today, Kathi Lipp and Kathleen Kerr, an editor and speaker, tackle this important question by breaking down a frequent lie that writers believe about being a writer and replacing it with applicable strategies for how to strengthen your writing knowledge and practice.
In this episode, Kathi and Kathleen discuss:
- How to be a great student of writing.
- Their favorite fiction and nonfiction books.
- Why you need to learn the rules of writing before you break them.
Listen in and learn how to improve your writing skills before the new year begins.
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Meet Your Hosts
Author, Speaker, Writing at the Red House Creator and CEO
Kathleen Kerr is an acquisitions editor at Harvest House Publishers, working with debut, bestselling, and award-winning authors, and she is a frequent speaker at conferences around the country. Previously, she was an acquisitions editor at Zondervan Publishing House. She has a passion for cultivating an author’s message, finding new voices, and inviting readers into a deeper walk with Christ. Kathleen lives with her husband and daughters in the Pacific Northwest, where she can often be found hiking, writing, and creating chaos in the kitchen.