Posts Tagged ‘prophecy’

Do the Keys of the Ravaron hold the key to their problems?

Friday, March 6th, 2015

S.R. where were you born?

I was born and raised in Sandy, Utah.


What is the most difficult thing about being an author?

The most difficult thing about being an author is the constant uncertainty. You never know if or when your writing will take your career to new heights, but you keep making your way through the dark tunnel in hopes that the light will appear and you will find yourself in a better place.

Who has made the greatest difference in my writing

The individual who has made the greatest difference in my writing has been my mother. She would use to read to me as a child, and I fell in love with the stories she told me. If it wasn’t for her, then I wouldn’t have had the drive to become an author.

What inspired you to write this book?

“Keys of the Ravaron” was inspired by many things in my life. Growing up I saw much conflict growing in the world, and heard of how millions of people sought (more…)

Jaleta Clegg author’s Interview and giveaway

Saturday, September 6th, 2014

Don’t forget to enter the contest, a Rafflecopter giveaway

Jaleta welcome to my blog. How long have you been writing?


I’ve been telling myself stories since I was little. But somewhere along the way, people told me I was a talentless hack and I was dumb enough to believe them. But one summer, about twenty years ago, I got desperate for something more intellectually stimulating than watching another episode of Barney with my kids. We’d just bought our first computer. It came with a word processor. I sat down and started writing. And promptly got addicted to it.

Tell us where you were born and where you live now.

I was born in New Mexico, but moved to Utah when I was little. I’ve stayed here ever since.

How do you know the idea is good enough to write a book about it?

Write it. If it starts to flow, I know it’s working. If the characters and plot (more…)

The Star Prophecy by Joan Sowards (Blog tour)

Friday, January 21st, 2011

What can you expect when you have a young man named Enoch who lives in a city called Zarahemla and has a dream of crossing the world to see the Messiah in person?

I would have to say that you get (more…)