Rosa Sophia is the author of Taking 1960 and Check Out Time. Rosa has been interviewed by various reviewers in the literary community, and those interviews are listed below. Rosa talks about her inspirations, writing, and how she got started in editing and publishing. Read and enjoy!
Sizzling PR Blog Tour 2012
3 — Interview @ Lilac Wolf & Stuff
3 – Interview @ Sarah Balance
5 – Interview @ Tamaria Soana
9 – Guest Blog @ Simplistik
12 – Interview @ You Gotta Read
16 – Spotlight @ Storm Goddess Book Reviews
19 – Interview @ Books-n-Kisses
24 – Guest Blog @ Ashlynn Monroe
26 – Interview @ Lila Munro
31 – Interview @ Sizzling Hot Books
1 – Spotlight @ Kasey Hammell
6 – Interview @ TBR the Blog
8 – FIVE STAR Review @ Me & Reading
9 – Guest Blog @ Celtic Lady Reviews
9 – Guest Blog @ Romancing the Book
15 — Guest Blog @ Jacob’s Beloved Books
Review @ Bea’s Book Nook
Shades of Rose Blog Tour 2012
June 24 — Author Spotlight at Author Ella Jade’s website.
June 27 — Author Spotlight at Of Ink and Quille: Author Patricia Bates’s blog.
June 29 — Interview @ Lacey Wolfe
July 3 — Author Spotlight at Ebook Reviewers
July 10 — Author Spotlight @ Melissa Keir
Other Guest Appearances
June 13 – Author Spotlight at Author Laura DeLuca’s website.
July 6 — Richard Weston, main character of Check Out Time, author and paranormal investigator, from Witchfire, Pennsylvania, has been interviewed on Heartthrob Haven.
August 8 — Writer Wednesday and Carrie Ann Ryan presents Rosa Sophia.
August 25 — Review of Check Out Time at Book Babe
Sizzling Summer Reads
Sizzling Summer Reads Sponsor Spotlight: Author Rosa Sophia, posted by Laura DeLuca, author of Destiny and Destiny Unveiled, on May 9, 2012.
Pagan Writers Presents: Samhain
Ella Jade: Samhain Author Tour — on “An Evening Out”, by Rosa Sophia — Interview posted November 18, 2011
For the Love of Reading — Interview with Pagan Writers Press author Marlene Dotterer — Niina talks about the Samhain collection and gives it five stars! From the article: “Loved Rosa Sophia’s writing, it was like talking with a friend, and as the mystery grows you get a nice feeling of eeriness . . . I liked it a lot!”
The Early Interviews
Rosa Sophia, Writer and Auto-Mechanic, on “For I Have Sinned”, Wild River Review, Volume 1, Number 2.5 — Interview by Brandi Redding
Louise of Wise Words, on Taking 1960, published in August of 2010 by Oaklight Publishing — Interview posted August 23, 2010
“Taking 1960 was never written with a genre in mind. Nevertheless, I had to define it somehow, so I started calling it a Paranormal Mystery. It is essentially a ghost story, with a lot of twists. It deals with heavy issues including domestic abuse.”
John R. Lindensmith, on Taking 1960 — Interview posted May 3, 2011