A few months ago I was interviewed by Jade Moore over on her site, Jade's Bookshelf. Thanks, Jade for the opportunity!
"And this month, we have another individual, Leila Tualla, whose faith, and mental health have been present on her writing journey. Her books feature romance, poetry and personal memoir, and have proved inspiring to her readers who have been through similar experiences. I’m very proud to welcome Leila to my blog, and hope anyone reading this can take inspiration from her story."
DESCRIBE THE MOMENT YOU TRULY FELT LIKE AN AUTHOR.I’m still working on this one. Ha! Imposter syndrome is the worst.
WHAT BOOK BY ANOTHER AUTHOR DO YOU WISH YOU’D WRITTEN?I don’t think I have any. Mostly because I tend to write from some experiences in my life and I don’t know if I could create an entire world that someone else had imagined. I believe each person has a story to tell and it’s not my place to write their story.
Read the rest here.
I drink too much coffee, read too many book, and in between raising miracle babies, I find time to write.
Leila Tualla's books on Goodreads
ratings: 14 (avg rating 4.00)
Storm of Hope: God, Preeclampsia, Depression and me
ratings: 11 (avg rating 4.36)
The Light Leads to Love
ratings: 8 (avg rating 4.50)
We Are Not Alone: An Anthology for Mental Health Awareness
ratings: 2 (avg rating 5.00)