Welcome (back) to the Influence Online Book Discussion!

I can’t believe we’re already to Week 6 of our interviews around the book, Influence: Building a Platform that Elevates Jesus (Not Me).


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Have you been tracking along with the interview series?

Every Monday and Wednesday for the past five weeks, I’ve been posting a conversation with a fellow author.

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Without further ado, help me welcome my guest today, Aliza Latta. We’re chatting about topics from Chapter 11 of Influence, which is called Focus.

self worth

This was such an incredibly encouraging conversation, and I trust it will be a great blessing to you as well.

In the following recording, Aliza and I are talking about the time she TURNED DOWN A BOOK DEAL, why she did it, and some honest (and hard!) truths about self worth and identity as Christian writers.

I hope you enjoy the interview!

Want to listen to the audio only? Here you go!


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Aliza Latta is a Canadian writer, journalist, and artist, who is a huge fan of telling stories. She writes about faith and young adulthood on her blog alizalatta.com, and is the author of the novel, Come Find Me, Sage Parker. Find her on Instagram as @alizalatta.

Thank you so much for joining me and Aliza today! Our last video interview to discuss the book, Influence: Building a Platform that Elevates Jesus (Not Me) is coming Wednesday! Hope to see you then.

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