This letter, by Dorothy Sayers of Lord Peter Wimsey fame should be required reading for every Christian author. And every Christian. And possibly every author.
November 5, 2015
Dorothy Sayers’ Sluckdrib Letter: Not The First Screwtape Copycat … But Close
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