The H.R. Hutzel Interview (podcast)
Greg interviews Heather Hutzel about her book Anointed and talks about writing, fiction, the narrative nature of scripture, and much, much more. You can get a copy of her book HERE.
H.R. Hutzel (Heather Rae) never aspired to be a writer or dreamed of writing a book. But that all changed when she prayed a very dangerous prayer—she told God she would do anything. Now she is a bestselling author and a speaker who helps readers and audiences experience the biblical story in surprising, inspiring, and challenging ways.
Heather lives in Cincinnati with her husband and their beloved golden retrievers, Westen and Finnley. When she’s not writing, you’ll find her digging in the garden or hanging out in the hammock with a good book.
To find out more about Heather and her books, please visit hrhutzel.com.
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