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Monday, June 30, 2014

Interview: Author Angela Joseph


Today we will have a chance to get to know Angela Joseph. On Wednesday, we will find out about her book, A Woman for All Seasons. Shall we get started?

Please tell us about yourself.

I am a lover of Jesus Christ with a passion for spreading the gospel through the written word. I currently live in South Florida, and next to writing and reading, I enjoy photography, travel and spending time with my grandchildren.
How long have you been writing?

I have been writing for longer than I can remember, but began writing seriously twelve years ago.

In what genre do you write?

In addition to non-fiction, I write in the women’s fiction genre.

Do you have a ‘day’ job?

I am employed as an occupational therapist in behavioral health.

What have you written before this?

I’ve also written a series of three novels, the Egypt series, which are not yet published, in the Christian women fiction genre. I have contributed to A Cup of Comfort for Mothers, and recently to Chicken Soup. I have also written several freelance articles on health, fitness and education. A few years ago, I won an honorable mention in a Writer’s Digest contest.

Do you write a blog? Please give us the address.

 Tell us about your family.

I am a wife and mother to one daughter and three sons and grandmother of five.

It’s been nice getting to know more about you, Angela. Thanks for stopping by. 


  1. I'm looking forward to hearing about her books. I guess I'll have to wait a bit. :)

    1. Rhonda; On my next post day, I will review her book. I don't want to leave anyone dangling.

  2. It's nice to meet you, Angela! I enjoyed getting to know you a bit. Wishing you all the best with your writing. Cecelia, thanks so much for the introduction to Angela. Thanks also for sharing the interview.

    Have a great rest of the week! :)

    1. Karen: Thanks for stopping in. Angela is a very kind woman.


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