Writing Religious Historical Fiction From a Unique Perspective - podcast

When author Jeanne Lyet-Gassman started conceptualizing the story line for her book Blood of a Stone , she knew she wanted to tell the story of Jesus' ministry and life from an outsider's point of view. This approach gave her a little more freedom with the story line. By not telling the story from a historical figure's perspective, characters can come and go as needed and aren't dictated by the story. Her main character is an everyman and any judgments he passes are based purely on his own experiences...
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