A Conversation with Juliet Rose
Award Winning Author
In this episode, Rich has a conversation with Juliet Rose.
Juliet Rose, a contemporary and supernatural fiction writer from New York, has been passionate about writing since her childhood. After receiving her first typewriter with the support of her mother, she entertained her neighborhood kids with her stories after school. Although her dreams were put on hold after her mother’s death, she has since picked up the proverbial pen time and again, writing about her life experiences including the cancer diagnosis and subsequent passing of her four-year-old daughter.
Her writing style is open and fluid, allowing her characters to shine as the truth of their own story unfolds. Focusing on bringing to life characters from many walks of life and the struggles faced in modern society, her works are honest and sometimes brutally painful, but in the end her characters are given the voice which needs to be heard.
Currently residing in the mountains of Georgia, Juliet has lived all over the United States and Mexico, and continues to explore the world beyond her front doorstep. In addition to writing, she spends her time rescuing animals, painting, and pursuing her dream of getting an RV to explore hidden gems and find the best vegan restaurants.
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