I wanted to kindly as the readers of the blog for some more input regarding the proposed Winslow biography I am thinking of writing.
As I see it, there really isn’t enough information to fill a book. So what I was thinking of doing was to write a primer of sorts to help introduce people to not only Winslow, but his works as well.
There would of course be a biography along with a chapter or two worth of excerpts of any little jewels I can dig out of his mother’s accounts in Life In Jesus. But, to make it a true primer, I would fill the rest of the book with categorized chapters detailing with excerpts from his works to give a flavor of his writing and help expose folks to his mindset and motivations. Since his quotations are my expertise here on the blog, I thought it would be a natural fit for the book. Also, I could do some chapter recommendations (like I do here) along with some shortened hyperlinks that folks can key into their browser to read in full.
I would really like to hear from you guys to see what ideas, thoughts, or critiques you may have regarding this notion of a primer or wether or not another direction may be in order.
What say you?