Author Interview – Angela Joseph
If you could travel in a Time Machine would you go back to the past or into the future?
Back to the past
If you were stranded on a desert island what 3 things would you want with you?
A good book, my Bible, my eye glasses
What is one book everyone should read?
If you could have any superpower what would you choose?
The power to heal
What is your favorite flavor of ice cream?
What is your favorite thing to eat for breakfast?
I hate to say it. Cheese
Night owl, or early bird?
Closer to early bird
People who do not say “Good-morning,” “Please,” or “Thank you.”
Skittles or M&Ms?
M & Ms
Please tell us in one sentence only, why we should read your book.
Because it will change the way you see yourself, your life and God.
Any other books in the works? Goals for future projects?
I am polishing my romance novel, which I hope will be the first in a three-part series. Later, I may publish a revised version of Women For All Seasons.
What inspired you to want to become a writer?
I think it was the first time my elementary teacher read my essay to the class. From that day I felt I wanted to be a writer.
Tell us your most rewarding experience since being published.
A woman came up to me in church last Sunday and said, “I bought your book and I just love it.”
What was your favorite book when you were a child/teen?
Pride and Prejudice
What’s one piece of advice you would give aspiring authors?
Never give up
If you could choose only one time period and place to live, when and where would you live and why?
I think I would like to live in England in the early 1900s. I think it was a very romantic period, very laid back, less poverty, less crime.
When you were little, what did you want to be when you “grew up”?
A journalist, of course.
Who are your favorite authors of all time?
Jane Austen, Toni Morrison, Frank McCourt to name a few
What’s the best advice anyone has ever given you?
Don’t give up on your dreams
What’s your favorite season/weather?
I am crazy about the seasons, but fall is my favorite
Genre – Christian Non-Fiction
Rating – G
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