Author Interview with Rochelle Wisoff Fields

Published December 5, 2017 by rochellewisoff

Since I did this interview our second granddaughter Elsie was born 12 November.

ELFF with eyes wide open

Book 'Em Book Club

Today we welcome Rochelle Wisoff Fields.

Book ‘Em:  Tell us about you and your life outside of writing.

Rochelle Wisoff Fields:  My husband Jan and I have been married for 46 years this November. We raised three sons who are spread from Upstate New York to Chicago to California. Our granddaughter Olive is 6 and her little sister is soon to make her appearance. When life closes in on me, the best way to de-stress is to walk (or drive if the weather’s inclement) to our nearby fitness center and swim laps. Between the fresh air and water, I always come back rejuvenated and ready to be creative. Besides writing, visual art is one of my passions. I was asked in another interview which I preferred, writing or painting. My response was that they’re on equal footing. Not only do I paint on commission, I also sketch and…

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3 comments on “Author Interview with Rochelle Wisoff Fields

  • Dear Rochelle,

    What a fabulous interview. I consider myself more than lucky to have encountered you on the Internets! And as for your trilogy, you know I love each and every part…

    Lotsa love,
    Dale

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