I’ve often compared the process of writing a book to building a house. You start with the foundation; you add the walls, roof, plumbing, and electrical. Once those necessary items are completed, you can start working on the drywall, roofing, and flooring. The final stages involve the things that make a house a home: the painting, the fixtures, lighting, trim, etc. You can’t start on those final stages until those first items are taken care of. I am now in the making a house a home stage. For the next four to six months I’ll be conducting interviews. When it comes to writing a book, you really can’t start with the interviews until you have a solid grasp of the story and know what questions to ask.
In the video below, I have edited together some clips of the interview I did with Attorney James Phillips. Mr. Phillips represented Kit as lead counsel at the court-martial trial. He provided valuable insight into the case against Kit from the court-martial and the murder trial.
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