About Armelle Cloche:
I am the author of over fifteen screenplays and books, including the fantasy for children The Road to Paradise. I have been an Executive Assistant to top-notch financial visionaries for 15 years, when I realized that my forte was truly to create happiness out of any situation and inspire others while doing so. As the founder of Armelle Productions, LLC, I have created over 10 social start-ups, including the empowering brand Super Immigrant and a new way to create legacy portraits via Armelle Studio.
Learn more about me at https://www.Armelle.com/
See my other books on Amazon
Discover my other social ventures:
Super Immigrant: a fashion BRAND with purpose
Armelle Studio: a new way to capture portraits and tell your story
Friends Hosting Friends: an exclusive home exchange community
My Wize Book: to keep your world super organized
What inspires you to write?
It's in my blood. I've been writing poetry, songs, screenplays, book for children and now my first Self-Help book, since I am 12-years-old.
What authors do you read when you aren’t writing?
Hannah by French author Paul-Loup Sulitzer
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman
The Little Prince French author Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
The Best Advice I Ever Got: Lessons from Extraordinary Lives by Katie Couric
Tell us about your writing process.
I use the google dictation feature on my phone a lot. Love to speak more than to type. I listen to a lot of amazingly interesting podcasts during the process of writing to keep my mind fresh and open and not get untangled in my bubble.
What advice would you give other writers?
Believe in yourself, your unique voice, your unique talents. Don't be afraid to fail, be rejected, or to shine and succeed. Take all the years of hard-work and hardship to improve your craft and polish your voice. Make sure you do not put all your time in your writing. Live a balance life with multiple good things going on to help you stay strong during challenging times. Don't give up, unless you sincerely want to do something else. Contact me and let's support each other in our passion 🙂
How did you decide how to publish your books?
Instinctively. I follow my intuition.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
As Jerichowriters.com summarized: In the US, crime fiction is already an ebook genre. Some 75% of sales are electronic, and the ratio for romance (if we include indie authors, as we ought to) is probably even greater. SFF, paranormal romance, fan fiction, anything dystopian … all these are areas where ebooks do and will continue to predominate. With literary fiction, the reverse is true. It’s hard to think of a single literary novel which arose out of the e-book industry and there will be very few where print sales don’t predominate. Those things show no signs of altering.
What genres do you write?: Self-Help
What formats are your books in?: Both eBook and Print
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