Angel Chadwick: Weeping Well
Name: Angel Chadwick
Book Title: Weeping Well
Genre(s): International Crime Mystery/Thriller/Suspense/Young
Adult/New Adult/Supernatural/Multicultural Romance/Action/Sports/Some Sci-fi/Literary Fiction
Tell us a little about yourself?
Perhaps something not many people know? I’m a mom of a ten year old boy who is autistic/nonverbal and making steady and exceptional progress everyday, an author and inventor. I also have my own publishing imprints which I will be using in the near future. I have traveled the all over world. This is includes Quebec, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Niagara Falls, NY, New York, Erie, Pennsylvania, Hershey, Pennsylvania, Hot Springs, Arkansas, Atlanta, Georgia, Columbus, Georgia to name some all while I was between the ages of 17-19 years old. I was a lead singer in a choir. I’m a contralto. I’m a great dancer. In the eleventh grade, I wrote my first play for which my classmates acted out, which was a bit weird having my work being displayed in such a wonderful way. I got a B+ on that.
What made you want to become a writer?
My junior high school teacher who encouraged me to keep writing after I wrote a short story for an English assignment, which I got an A+ on. I’ve been writing since I was thirteen years old. So about 27 years.
Million dollar question, are you working on another book?
I have two books out now. But I’m always working on another book or creative project. Right now, I have several in the works. A series of cozy mysteries, two set of cozy mysteries, several plays at least ten to mention a few things.
Have you written any other books that are not published?
Yes, I have written 801 books yet to be published. On my way to getting them there.
What do you think about the ebook revolution?
I think has been an uphill battle for me at times. I’ve had some success in that department but is very fickle and sales aren’t always there. I really have love-hate relationship with it. Mostly hate. But I always have print editions of my book along with the e-book versions. But it is whatever it is.
What is your advice to Indie Authors? On writing? Marketing?
Write. Promote. Network. Do this always and you’ll have a snowball’s chance. No sanity, but at least a chance.
Do you still write?
If so, what does your typical day look like? Yes, I will be writing until the day I die and if there’s an afterlife I’ll still be writing even then. Publishing from the beyond might be a problem, though.
What is your writing style?
I’ve been told that I have a very unique, lyrical style.
Pen or type writer or computer?
I started out using pen to paper, then the typewriter every since I got a computer, it’s been just that.
Do you write alone or in public?
Both, but lately it’s been at home, but not always alone. I have a ten year old son who keeps me pretty busy.
Music or silence?
Both. But music helps me more when I’m writing.
Have you thought about joining with another author to write a book?
I’ve co-authored with an author before and I will never do it again. It was a few years ago when I’d just become a member on Wattpad.com. I have recently done a little more ghostwriting for a few people. It’s something I started doing when I was in high school. I’ve done some editing services, too. I prefer the ghostwriting. And yes, I’m able to fully detach myself when I’m writing for someone else. I do ghostwriting and editing services on the side. The most recent I’ve done was for a university professor for his dissertation for his doctorate and the latest for a retired teacher who wants to break into writing children’s books. I write all genres so that works.
Do you consider yourself to be a successful writer? If so, why? If not, what would make you successful?
No, I consider myself a prolific writer, a multitalented one, but successful, no. I couldn’t say what would be my big break into success. I guess one day I’ll crack that mystery wide open.
Do you do book tours?
I’ve done blog tours, a blog hop, a lot of promos but an outright book tour, no not yet. But maybe one soon, I hope.
What character in your book are you least likely to get along with?
I would get along with all of my characters, for the simple fact that they live vicariously through me not the other way around. They are a part of me, my personality, who I am, what I am, my psyche, etc. all aspects that I am more than comfortable with exploring and exploiting.
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