Episode 2: Bret Lott

Bret Lott is a New York Times best-selling novelist. He's written more than a dozen books, edited an esteemed literary journal, and served on the National Council for the arts. His novel Jewel was an Oprah's Book Club selection in 1998, and went on to be an international bestseller.

On today's show, Bret talks about faith and writing, his daily routines, his thoughts on Christians in the marketplace, and the strange day when he got a life-changing call from Chicago.

For more of Bret's work go to: https://www.amazon.com/Bret-Lott/e/B001ITYM1K

Credits:
Written, Produced, and Edited by Mike Cosper
Mixed by Mark Owens at resonantrecordings.com
Our administrator is Daniela Rueda
Editorial Help from Lachlan Coffey and Scott Slucher
Roman Candle wrote our theme song ( romancandlemusic.com )
Soundtrack by Roman Candle and Dan Phelps (oceanographicrecords.bandcamp.com)
Thanks to Sam Lily, Ashley Leightenheimer, Jesse Eubanks, Jeremy Linneman, Kyle Noltemeyer, HIlary Noltemeyer, Sarah Cosper, and Bradley Speaks for their efforts at impersonation

Bret Lott