7 comments on “Be An Author Interview – Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, Author of This, That and Sometimes the Other

  • Congratulations on publication. I hope you do well and sell lost & lot of books.
    A small local press has picked up one of my novels.
    Next year, I will be in the same professional league as you.

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  • Hi Rockstar – Enjoyed this interview. Thanks for reposting it. I tried commenting on your wordpress site but no go..as usual. I’m fed up with wordpress and going back to blogspot. Still looking forward to reading your book. On this end, I should have my first eBook of short stories published soon via Smashwords. Will contact you when it’s available. Now working on eBook II (more sh. stories). EBook III will be children’s sh. stories.

    Hugs for you and Olivia. Lora

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    • Dear Lora,

      I look forward to your ebooks. Not sure where you tried to comment other than here, which is my wordpress site. There has been a bit of an issue with comments going to spam folders with more than one WordPress blogger. I still prefer WordPress to blogspot but whatever is the most comfortable and workable for a person is the way to go.

      Thanks for dropping by.

      Shalom,

      Rochelle

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  • Dear Rochelle, it was so nice and informative to hear how you developed in writing and publishing. You give much hope for others looking down that road. I hope the best for you. Peace.

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    • Dear Shainbird,

      Thank you for dropping by and reading. When I look back I can see that I’ve come farther than I’d dreamt possible. Then I look ahead and see that I’ve only begun the journey. Thank you for your good wishes. If I’ve been any help to another it’s doubly worth the effort.

      Shalom,

      Rochelle

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