UFOs, Scary Stories, & J.J. Abrams

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One of my favorite people to interview is Andrew Peterson. He’s been on the show once before (in its previous incarnation), and he’s a great guy to talk books, music, and theology with. Well, today I have some good news: Andrew joined Dave and me in the studio to talk creativity, music, books, and his beef with J.J. Abrams. Listen in to hear:

  • Where to get the best burrito in Nashville
  • The difference between writing a song, a fantasy/adventure story, and a memoir
  • The best advice to people who want to write but think they don’t have the time
  • Andrew’s love of Victorian era ghost stories
  • What happened when Andrew and his wife thought they saw a UFO
  • Two theologians who are fans of murder mysteries
  • What’s happening with The Wingfeather Saga in 2020

A few of the books we mentioned on this episode:

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