Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Author Sarah Jane Butfield meets The Black Rose at Rukia Publishing #RPBP

Hello everyone,

One of the most amazing parts of my work at Rukia Publishing in helping other authors to promote themselves and their work is to take part in the author interviews. Maybe it's my inherent nosey nature, but I love to find out why, what, where and how they operate in the world of writing and self-publishing.
This week I was honoured to chat to the woman behind The Black Rose, author of The Yugoslavian. If you missed the meet the author feature why not follow the link below and take a look. 
Have a great week,
Sarah Jane

The Black Rose Biography
The Black Rose is an author, photographer, and painter. Born in Chicago, she currently residing in New York with the love her life, her Hokkaido Dog, Kuma. She began writing at the age of seven and dabbled until she woke up one day and simply had to write a novel. She has two 5-Star reviewed novels, both with sequels on the way.
She categorizes her writing very simply - interpersonal relationships: people's feelings, thoughts, emotions, and the intimacies between two people that truly love each other despite the circumstances surrounding them. “I write about love, honor, and doing the right thing, even when it seems disadvantageous, even when it's not the popular path to take.” She sees her writing as a gift from God, and appreciates and learns from her stories.
Her passion for writing stemmed from her immense love for art, which began drawing at age five and moved into oil painting by age eight. Her love for photography soon followed and she spends hours photographing, filming, and laying out her book covers. She produces her book trailers and will soon produce short films, all of which will be available on theblackrosenyc.com in the Photography and Filmography sections. Also under development on theblackrosenyc.com is “PrivĂ© with The Black Rose” to showcase behind-the-scenes insights to her writing, novels, photography, and filmmaking.

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