The author of 49 books and over 3,000 articles, Dennis Hensley shares his secrets for making it as an author. He discusses how to find a distinctive style, how to make time to write, and how to negotiate contracts. In easy-to-follow steps, the book outlines the keys to contacting agents, securing copyrights, and selling manuscripts to more than one market. Lots of people want to make it as writers. Hensley tells you how to do it — and enjoy the process.
Dennis E. Hensley
About Dennis E. Hensley
Dennis Hensley holds B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees in literature and linguistics. He is an associate professor of English at Taylor University, where he directs the Professional Writing major. He has been the keynote speaker at more than 100 writers’ conferences worldwide, and he has served as writer-in-residence or guest professor at forty-six colleges. He served as a regional correspondent for twenty-three years for Writer’s Digest magazine. Currently he is a contributing editor with both Writer’s Journal and Advanced Christian Writer.
“A decade ago I attended my first writer’s workshop. Dennis Hensley was my instructor, and he delivered what he promised! Now his ethusiasm, energy and encyclopedia of ideas are captured in print.” — Liz Curtis Higgs, author of Bad Girls of the Bible
How to Write What You Love and Make a Living at It by Dennis E. Hensley, Ph.D.