The prolific writer is living proof artists don't have to follow the conventional paths to success.
Brian Godawa has no time for obeying the rules.
The scribe could have chased down publishing companies to share his faith-kissed sagas. Instead, he relied on his own marketing and storytelling chops.
The result? A steady income, a growing fan base and little need for establishment channels to promote his work.
That includes his widely read tome on appreciating movies, dubbed “Hollywood Worldviews: Watching Films with Wisdom and Discernment.”
His “Chronicles of the Nephelim” series combines fiction, faith and his innate curiousity.
If that weren’t enough, he also weighs in on movies at his web site, Godawa.com
Godawa talked about his transition from graphic design to full-time writing, his unique approach to spiritual storytelling and a secret project with the team behind “Gosnell” in the latest HiT ‘cast.