AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT – FELICIA S CAULEY

First, I want to thank you for taking the time to do this interview with me!

When did you know that writing is what you were called to do?

When I was 10 years old, I wrote a poem about Martin Luther King that gain the attention of several people at my school. The poem won first place at my school.

What is it about being a writer that you love the most?

Being able to use the platform through my writing to help influence others to live their best life by overcoming any optical they my had.

Can you tell us a little about your book(s) and where our readers can find out more about them and you?

My books are on Barnes and Noble , Amazon, Walmart

Several outlets globe under the pen names Felice S.C,

Felicia S.Cauley, and Felice

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/AuthorFelice

Where do you draw your inspiration from for the stories that you manage to weave together and the characters that you create?

Life experiences and things that are going on in the world. Most of all my books have positive outcomes.

Do you have a schedule for when you write?

No, I don’t have a writing schedule. I always have thoughts and ideas. I don’t get writer’s block, just to tired to write. I have voice apps on every device I have.

Do you outline your novels?

Yes, and no, I write as the idea comes. All of my writings are inspirational; meaning I don’t just sit and decide to write something or outline it unless it is for school.

How long does it take you to finish a novel?

I have taken as long as two year to complete a non- fiction book

And less than a month to complete a children’s book.

What projects are you currently working on?

Comics, Romance and Mystery

What’s the first book you ever read that really moved you emotionally?

Maya Angelou

Who is your favorite author to read?

Lanston, Hughes, Maya Angelou, EN Joy

What has been your most significant achievement as a writer?

My children’s series

My anti- bulling book

How have you dealt with rejection within your writing career?

Yes, I believe all writers have. It all boils down to what genre the readers are looking for.

What is your advice for other writers to better be able to cope or navigate their way through the publishing process, be it traditional or self-publishing?

Do not rush your book, go through the process.

Check with Right Side Publish for Guidance or other resources like Path to Publishing who will have your best interest at heart.

Do you find it hard to juggle the creative side of being a writer against the business side of being a writer, in terms of marketing and promotion and things of that nature?

For me, it is not hard to balance because I take my business cards and books everywhere I go. I market what I have to offer my knowledge and experience wrapped up in a book and much more.

How does writing help you to be more empowered in your purpose?

I love people. My writing has empowered me in my purpose to use my gift to touch on sensitive issues such hopeless, immoral life styles, depression, clean living, and education. I am a leader and my purpose is to meet people on a common ground no matter what their lifestyle is, and lead them to christ.

How can readers find you and your books? Barnes and Noble, Amazon, Walmart, many outlets?

Google Felice S.C, Felicia S. Cauley, and Felice

Email me at

Cauleyfelicia@gmail.com

Rightsideceo@yahoo.com

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