VIOLA TABOR, CHRISTIAN AND FAMILY POET AND NOVELIST

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1.When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?

I have known that I wanted to be a writer since the age of six. I drove my family crazy making up rhyming verses, repeating them over and over, while we worked in the fields or tended the gardens. At the age of ten my siblings and I use to sit around the wood burning stove in the living room while I made up ghost stories to tell them. It wasn’t until the age of thirteen I started writing my stories and poems down on paper.

2. Did you study creative writing in school?

No, however, Mrs. Jones my seventh grade teacher required every student in her class to write a short story. The students voted my story was the best one so I was asked to read it to the whole school. I had everyone biting their finger nails or on the edge of their seat as I read my suspense story “The Black Cat.”Years later at the age of fifty-one, I graduated from the Institute of Children’s Literature and received a Diploma, Writing for Children and Teenagers.

3. Do you still have anything you wrote as a child?

When mom had a heart attack we had to move from the farm and were forced to move around a lot. During those years I lost all of my stories and poems except for a few. In 2007 a tornado took my home and everything I had except for a few personal belongings. I was able to recover from my family and friends most of the writings I did from 1998 to 2007, but anything written before that time I could not recover. However, to this day I can remember the words to a poem that I wrote when my sister and I entered a book mark contest sponsor by our school.

4. What is your work schedule like when you're writing?

Since my husband’s death in August of 2010, I haven’t been as active in writing as I once was. Most of my time now is devoted to helping those in need, going to my church meetings, or spending time with God at home doing my Bible studying and praying for those who are in need of prayer.

5. What would you say is your most interesting writing quirk? 

I don’t know about quirk, but most of my readers find my stories and poetry about anything I write interesting, and many times encouraging.

6. How long does it take you to write a book? 

My first book took me four years to write.My second book took two years to write and my third book took one year to write.

7. Do you self-publish, or how do your books get published? 

I self-publish my books.Most of my poetry has been published in poetry books with Billy’s World of Poetry; and with Publishing with Passion where all proceeds goes to charities, and some of my poetry has been published in several different church’s newsletters. My short stories, Bible stories, devotions, and scripture prayers has been used in churches, schools, and day-cares. Since I write for the Lord, I let Him direct me to how and where He wants my creative writings be used.

8. How many books have you published? Which one is your favorite?

I have one book published by LULU PRESS. I also have two books finished but not published yet. My favorite book is one of those not published, ‘Summerlin Angels.’

9. What are the titles and what are they about?

‘The Legend of Black Creek’ is about two girls trying to solve the mystery of an ancient crime. ‘Summerlin Angels’ is the story about my siblings and me growing up on a farm,and how my mother’s deep faith in God brought us through some extremely difficult times.Book II of ‘Summerlin Angels Stepping into Our World in Poetic Verses’ is about the Summerlin Angels written in story poems.

10. Where do you get your information or ideas for your books?

I have a wild imagination, a mischievousness side of me, and a love for mysteries.Put the three together and you have the makings of a good book.

11. What does your family think of your writing?

My family loves my stories and poetry. We are very close and have always supported each other in whatever we wanted to do in life.

12. When did you write your first book and how old were you?

I started writing my first book in 1998. I was fifty-two years old.

13. What do you like to do when you're not writing?

I like doing many things when I am not writing. I love spending time with my grandchildren, helping people in the community who are in need of assistance, visiting nursing homes, visiting people in the hospitals, cooking meals for those who are recovering from an illness or surgery, helping people who have cancer, go to church, go to home Bible Studies, watch my favorite TV shows, The Waltons, Little House on the Prairie, Without a Trace, Law & Order, and Cold Case.

14. What was one of the most surprising things you learned in creating your books?

The length of time and hard work needed to write a book.

15. Do you have any suggestions to help less experienced writers become better writers?If so, what are they?

To accept constructive criticism without getting offended. Accept them and learn by them.

16.Do you hear from your readers much? What kinds of things do they say?

Yes, I am always hearing from those who read my short stories, books, Bible stories, and poetry. I have had children and adults share with me that they did not like to read, but when they started reading my book ‘The Legend of Black Creek’ they couldn’t put it down until they finished it. Someone asked my sister Marie once, what my book was like? She said, “Sit back and think about Tom Sawyer.”Others say whatever I write makes them feel as if they were watching a play on stage. Some say my writings help them spiritually. To some it gives them encouragement and strength to face whatever they are going through in their lives. To a few readers my writing reminds them of ‘Little House on the Prairie.’

17. Do you like to create books for adults? Or do you prefer children or teenagers?

I like writing books and short stories for children of all ages. However, adults say they love my books and short stories too.

18. What do you think makes a good story?

I believe when you write from your heart, no matter what you write about, it will make a good story.

19. As a child, what did you want to do when you grew up?

I wanted to save those in poverty from going hungry, to provide shelter for those who were homeless, to clothe those who wear rags, to help the poor receive medical care when they are sick,to protect and give love to all the children who were being abused. I guess you might say I wanted to save the world. When my husband proposed to me thirty-nine and a half years ago he said, “Honey if you will marry me, I will help you save the world while I show you the world.”This man knew what I wanted out of life.

20. What would you like readers of this interview to remember about you?

I would like them to remember that I am a person who loves the Lord, and deeply cares about humanity.

21. What thought would you like to leave with the readers of this interview?

The thought that I would like to leave with them is “It’s not how long you live your life that matters; it’s what you do with your life in the short time you have to live it.

22. Would you like to list some links to other websites that display or tell about your books?

http://stores.lulu.com/store.php?fAcctID=137601

23. Tell us about your childhood, schooling, higher education, and if there was someone that inspired you to write.

I am the middle child of ten children who was born in North Carolina and raised by my mother on a farm during the early years of my childhood.I was a very strong willed and outspoken child who wasn’t afraid of anything or anyone. All through my childhood I thought my mission in life was to protect the weak from the bullies. My two older brothers taught me how to fight and like my mother I wasn’t afraid to stand up for what was right. It wasn’t my intentions to get into fights, but someone had to stop the bullies from teasing those who were too scared to stand up for themselves so I was more than happy to oblige them. After kicking a few butts here and there I soon helped those who had a desire to pick on the weak and vulnerable to see the light. I was also a very determined child who never left anything undone that I started.To the life of me no matter how hard I tried to be good, I always ended up in trouble. When mom had a heart attack, I quit school at the age of sixteen to work in a shirt factory to help support my younger brothers and sisters. A few years later, I did get my high school diploma, and went on to further my education and graduated from LenoirCommunity College, receiving a Teacher Aide-Media Diploma. While teaching pre-school, I took extra college courses in children’s education. I have earned many certificates for classes I took to work in Domestic Abuse Shelters and Drug and Alcohol Facilities.God has blessed me with many people in my life who have inspired me to write. The main ones are my deceased husband, my siblings, my children, grandchildren, and my sister in poetry of fifteen years, Mrs. Helen Holub, and my best friend William Manson.

24. Who is your favorite classic poet from days gone by?

My favorite is Helen Steiner Rice. I am also a fan of Robert Frost.

25. Do you have a favorite poem of yours that you would like to post here to show your style?

My style is rhyming and almost all of my poems, except for a few. rhyme.This is one of my favorite poems that I wrote.

IT WASN’T NAILS

It wasn’t nails that

held Jesus on the cross;

it was His love for

you and me.

At any time from the

cross, he could have

set Himself free.

It wasn’t nails that

held Jesus to the cross,

while His flesh was

beaten and torn;

It was His love for

you and me, before he

was born.

It wasn’t nails that

held Jesus to the cross,

with a crown of

thorns upon His head.

It was His love for

you and me that He

stayed on the cross

and bled.

By Viola Jane Tabor

Copyright ©

11/02/2010



My favorite scripture is John 3:16


“For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life.”


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ROBERTHEWETTSR 5 years ago from Louisville, Kentucky Author

Thanks Viola for doing this amazing interview. Your life and your writing is most interesting. I look forward to reading the comments that will be coming your way. Robert


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Hyphenbird 5 years ago from America-Broken But Still Beautiful

That was a nice interview and her poem is just lovely. Thank you!


william 5 years ago

awe vi this is superb, although I pretty much know most about you, there was one or two things that slipped my mind, congrats dear you deserved this xx


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Enlydia Listener 5 years ago from trailer in the country

Nice of you to share Viola with us. rated up.


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suzettenaples 5 years ago from Taos, NM

Thank you so much for this interview. This is the first I have heard of Viola and I will have to look for her books. Great interview and a great lady. Thumbs up!


Viola 5 years ago

Thank you Robert for the interview and your very nice comment. Vioa


Viola 5 years ago

Hyphenbird thank you so much for your kind words and stopping by to read. That's very nice of you to do that. Viola


Viola 5 years ago

Enlydia Lastener it is so nice of you to stop by to read my interview and leave me a nice score and comment. Thank you so much.

Viola


Viola 5 years ago

William my friend, I don't think there is much that you don't know about me. LOL. Thank you so much for stopping by to leave me your comment and to read my interview. Now go score my interview. hehehehehehe

Viola


Viola 5 years ago

Hello suzettenaples, I just want to thank you for your sweet comment and for reading my interview. Your words are so very kind. I write from my heart in everything that I write.

Viola


Pat Thacker 5 years ago

Wow!! Vi this is just wonderful and you deserve the best,you're a very talented,caring writer.Your work just reaches out and grabs and holds you there until the end,and I was told by another good writer and he said that's what we should reach for as we write,to grab and hold the reader,and you always nail it.

Love you Vi and I look to see you many other places soon.


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Pat my dear friend thank you so much for stopping in to read my interview and taking time to leave me an awesome comment. You are so sweet my Pat. God bless you in all that you do too.


Mary Duhart 5 years ago

Viola what an awesome interview. I certainly did enjoy learning more about you. Having read your book from cover to cover has made me draw even closer to you. Such a dynamic writer.


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Mary Ann thank you so much for your wonderful comment and taking time to read my interview. You are so sweet and kind. I am so happy that you enjoyed my interview and learned more about me. I am so easy to know. God bless you.


Louise Lewis 5 years ago

Vi, Your interview was awesome and reading your poetry and stories is like sitting down and talking with a good friend.


Helen F. Holub 5 years ago

Vi, my dear friend and 'sis', this is a marvelous interview. It's honest, forthright, filled with humor and with God's love. I know how you feel about Jesus, because we both feel that way. Your comments about your family and especially your dear Mother have been so awesome. Your Mother was also a Christian woman and reared her family to be the same. She prayed for you and received many answers to her prayers. Your poetry and your book "The Legend of Black Creed" are fantastic reads and so worthwhile to sit back and just read on until the book is finished. I hope one day your book about "The Summerlyn Angels" will be published because I will be the first one to read it! Excellent interview and may I say God bless you as you continue on with your poetry, writing and helping others, as you so often do.


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MAFLongfellow1 5 years ago from BYESVILLE

Hi VI, so nice to see you one here and read your wonderful interview. Hope all is well, we love and miss you, I will put it on facebook for every one to come and read it, They will be so glad to hear from you, Love ya always, God BLess, Marilyn & Leslie


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Thank you Louise, I am so happy that you enjoyed my interview. It was so sweet of you to take time out to read and comment for me. I love sharing about my life with my friends. I also love sharing my stories and poetry with those who would like to read them. God gave my gift to me and I love using it for His glory. God bless you my friend.


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Sis Helen thank you so much for loving and caring about me. You have always been there for me through all my storms, pain, and sorrow. I love you sis. I am so bless to have so many to care about me. I am happy you enjoyed my interview. Like I have always said you have are one of my biggest fan. God bless you sis.


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Hello Marilyn and Leslie it is so good to hear from you and to know that both of you are doing ok. I miss you too, and have been a little worry about you, because it has been so long since I hear from you. I am so pleased that you liked my interview, you know me, I say what I say from my heart and tell it just the way I feel. Thank you so much for putting it on facebook for me. I don't know how to join facebook but a friend of mine is going to come over and show me when she gets a chance to do so. So much I am still learning about a computer. LOL Well sweetie you and Leslie take care and please email me once in awhile. God bless you, my friends.


Theolinda Foster 5 years ago

Knowing you and your flawless faith I didn't expect any less than your heart carrying your poetry and your faith giving nothing less than the best. As I read the words, pictures unfold and a wonderful calmness enfolds the reader.You truly are an awesome poet that shares with the reading audience your passion for all things Godly. I am so proud of you and will always think of you as a pure poet. Love you sis Viola


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Theolinda thank you my dear sis. I have known you for years and you never fell to say the most beautiful things about my poetry, stories, and me. You are truly a fan of my work and I love you and admire your poetry and stories too. Thank you so much for taking time out to stop by to read and comment on my interview. You are a blessing and sweetheart. God gives me nothing but the best of friends and poetry sisters and I dearly love you all. We sure have been through a lot together in the last few years. God bless and you take care of yourself.


Mary Naylor 5 years ago

Vi, your interview was fascinating! I'm so happy I didn't miss it.

I've always thought you were such a wonderful writer because you

are such a talented, interesting person. I still have your book,

The Legend of Black Creek. I enjoyed the book as much as I enjoyed your beautiful poems.


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Daveda Gruber 5 years ago from Hermitage PA USA

My dear Vi, it was interesting to find out more about your life, although I did know some unusual things because I read your poems on Poetry with Passion. I guess your humorous poems in 'Laugh with Us' published by Publishing with Passion gave me insight to your funny side. I love you my sis!


SuziCate 5 years ago

Viola, you are such an inspiration. You have such a loving and encouraging heart. Lovely poem...I remember reading it, not sure if you sent it in an email or if it was on the blog.


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Dear Ms Mary thank you so much for reading my interview and leaving me a comment. I have missed you so much my dear friend and often think about you. I am sorry for emailing so much but since my husband died I haven't done much eamiling except now and then. I will try to do better my friend. Love you Ms. Mary and you know that you have always been one of my favorite poets. Come and be with us on PWP. If you want I can send you the link. Love you much Vi


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Hello Sis Daveda. I guess all my sisters who I love so very much and my friends on Poetry with Passion knows as much if not more about me than my siblings who grew up with me. I honestly love all of you with all my heart. I think you are beautiful lady inside and out and I so do admire you, that's the truth and you know me and you know I speak the truth. Thank you for reading my interview and commenting. God bless you my sis. Love Sis Vi


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Hello SuziCate how are you doing sweetie? Thank you so much for reading my interview and leaving me a comment that really mean a lot to me. You are a wonderful lady too and I do love reading your stories but I lost the link to your blog when my computer was down for a long time, so can you send it to me again? God bless you and you keep writing, ok.


Marie Falck-Ruhlmann 5 years ago

Sis this was very beautiful and done so well. I "drank-in" every word of it. You are bound to be a winner when your book are on the market. God bless,

sis mariefal


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Thank you so much Sis Marie. I know your books will be to sweetie. I pray all the time for all of my poetry family to be able to sell their books, and I do believe God will give us our heart desires. Love you Sis Vi


Henrietta Elliott 5 years ago

My long time dear poet friend--You were the first person to greet me when we were on the old "Poet's.com. I loved you and your poetry from the beginning, plus all the heartwarming encouragement you gave to me daily. I don't think there is much until recently that you have written that I have not read and been inspired by. You make me laugh and cry at the same time. I count you as one of my dearest poet friends.

Thanks for all your sincerity, love and patience you have shone me in times of need.

Thanks for your genuine caring and your prayers and you know I loved the interview and wish only the best for your future.

Be happy and God bless for you deserve it.

I am not on face book. Sorry!

Love and prayers to you always.

Dear friend, redhen35


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Oh, my dear friend, you made me cry. Thank you so much for your sweet comment. I love you too and have since the first time I meet you. What 12 years now or maybe 15, anyways it has been a long time. I miss you my friend. I am so happy to see that you are still on the computer some and I miss your poetry. You are on the top of being the best of the best poet. I do thank you from my heart for suporting me and encouraging me with my writing. Love and Hugs Vi


Leokadia Durmaj 5 years ago

I do not know you Viola but I very much enjoyed reading your wonderful interview. I also loved your beautiful poem. Robert did an excellent presentation about your life as a poet and a book writer; from what I have read I can see you have a loving and caring heart for God and all humanity. God Bless you, Lee


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Lee thank you so much for stopping in to read my interview and leaving me a nice comment. I am so happy you enjoyed my interview and poem. God bless you and may you have a wonderful day, Viola


sueellen11 5 years ago

dearest Vi(sis) excellent interview. it was wonderful learning a little more of you, though i know you from your poetry on PWP, and enjoy them so much, it was my pleasure to read your interview, you are such an inspiration to all, loving and caring, well done, blessings and hugs sueellen


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Sis Sueellen thank you so much for your wonderful comment and for reading my interview. I know there isn't to much my poetry family doesn't know about me. My life is like an open book, what you see today you will see tomorrow, but hopefully with a little improvement in me each day. Love you sis and I am so happy that you find me to be an inspiration to all. I pray every day for the gift of love and wisdom. Love you, Sis Vi


Erich J Goller 5 years ago

this is a wonderful interview,You lived a very interesting life. I'm glad I got to know you,able to enjoy your beautiful and inspirational poetry. I'm honord to call you my friend.God bless you. Hugs!Erich


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ROBERTHEWETTSR 5 years ago from Louisville, Kentucky Author

Wow, Vi, your page has climbed like a rocket, thanks to all of your friends and your efforts to get the word out. Congratulations on reaching a score of 83 so quickly. Bob


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Erich thank you so much for you warm and nice comment and thank you for reading my interview. I am so pleased that you like my inspirational poetry because I write for the Lord and I give Him all the glory and praise. I also like your inspirational poetry and your non inspirational too. You are a great writer and God surely did give you a beautiful gift. Hugs Vi


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Robert, I didn't know that I had so many friends and people who like my poems, and stories. God is so good to me and He just keep blessing and blessing me. He has even blessed me with a new, kind, and wonderful friend, "you." Thank you for giving of your time for doing this for me and other authors. God bless you my friend. Vi


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ROBERTHEWETTSR 5 years ago from Louisville, Kentucky Author

Thank you very much Vi, I am pleased and honored to have you as a friend. Bob


alice stew 5 years ago

I Loved your poem ,and really learned alot about the great talent you have been blessed with through your interview. Keeping up with the beautiful poems. Alice


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Thank you so much Alice for leaving me a comment and reading my interview. My life is like an open book. I just have one or two secrets to keep. LOL Your Sister In Christ Viola


Angela Pratile Brown 5 years ago

Thank you so much for sharing your story. What a blessing it was to read what was in your heart. You are such a beautiful soul and you inspire me to want to do more for others. God bless you.


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Hello Angela, thank you so much for reading my interview and I am so happy that I have inspired you to want to do more for others. Of course we know that is what God wants us to do. Your Sister in Christ, Viola


Rita Ramsey 5 years ago

Your tender, sweet spirit, shows in all your writings and your poem about Jesus, touched my heart. I am so glad I have you as a friend! Love - In His Name, Rita


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Hello my dear special friend, Rita and Sister in Christ. Thank you so much for taking time to read my interview. I am so happy that your enjoyed reading it. I was inspired to write "It Wasn't Nail" from one of Pastor Wilcox's Sermons. I asked him if he would care if I wrote a poem basic on his message. Of course he was pleased that I wanted to do that. I am happy that I wrote something to touch your heart. I write for Jesus and I give Him all the praise and glory. Love your Sister in Christ and friend Viola.


Donna 5 years ago

Mom you have been through alot and I just want to tell you I am proud of you. All of your work inspires so many people and have touched so many lives. You are an amazing woman and dont give up your passion. Daddy might have passed away but he wouldnt ever want you to stop your writing's and sharing them with others. I know alot of your writings are about your past, friends, family, and have came from the heart. Continue to write your short stories, finish your unfinished books and continue to write all styles of your poems. I will be here for you no matter what but remember daddy is here and is in your heart and he is wanting you to do what you promised him you would never give up which is your writings. It is a gift from God and you do a wonderful job at it.


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Donna you have touched my heart sweetie. The tears won't stop flowing. Thank you for that awesome and heartwarming comment. You have a loving and caring heart sweetie, and are like me in so many ways. I won't give up writing, just taking a little break here and there. I love you Donna and all I ever wanted for you out of life is first of all a deep relationship with the Lord and second to be happy and have all your dreams come true. Love you much Mom


Jeannette 5 years ago

I have to say this is by yet far the most interesting interview that I've read and knowing that I live next door to you, but I have to say that you have done a extremendous job and I know you will succeed and help the sick ones out there that needs help, so keep up the good work!!


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Thank you so much Jeannette. I love living next door to you because you are a very nice young lady. I am so happy that you find my interview interesting. Love Vi


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Pami Jane Tennant 5 years ago from Conway, Arkansas

Mom. I love you. You are so great.


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Sweetie I love you too, I have always loved you. I want you to be happy and at peace with joy in your life. You take care of yourself, and let me hear from you, ok. Love and hugs and prayers, Mom


Doris Popejoy Corsi 5 years ago

Dear Vi, I want you to know, that I've really enjoyed reading your interview. It has brought back so many memories of what a wonderful writer you are and above all what a wonderful person you are. Through the years you have in so many ways lifted up so many people through your poetry and stories. You have inspired not only me, but my children as well. I simply loved your book. When I started reading it, I seriously didn't want to put it down. I was in suspense and just had to know what was going to happen next Lol... you have always had that spark in your writing. I also love the poems and all the things you write about our Lord Jesus! God has gifted you richly and through it, you have blessed many people :) I have read all the things that people have wrote to you and I must say I agree. Well before I end up writing a book here lol. I just want to say, myself and your three (Not so little) angels anymore lol, love you and miss you. Keep up the great writing and just follow your dreams, God will bless you abundantly! Love you my friend, Doris


Vi 5 years ago

What a lovely and informative interview you have given!!! I enjoyed learning so much more about you!

I especially enjoyed reading your mission about keeping those safe from bullies...certainly a worthwhile cause!

God bless your talented pen!

Helen


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

My dear friend Doris, thank you so much for your sweet comment. You have always been a very special friend in my life as your mom was too. Your own poetry was awesome and filled with the love of God. Your mom too was one of the best poet. I do want you to know that my little angels will always be my angels even if they are my big angels now. Please give Dennie, Denny, and Dalcota hugs for me. Aunt Viola loves them very much, and never would I ever on this earth forget them. You guys, all of you are just too special to me. Take care sweetie and I will keep in touch with you. Love, hugs, and prayers, Vi


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

My dear friend Helen thank you so much for stopping in to read my interview and leaving a comment. You are so kind and I am happy that you enjoyed the part about me setting the bullies straight. I just simply couldn't stand to see anyone pick on someone else, and I still to this day can't stand it. It is in my nature not to put up with that. Love, Hugs, and Prayers, Vi PS I am still praying for your leg. I do pray it is much better.


joy 5 years ago

I really enjoyed your interview. your poetry was great. reminds me of some I wrote. one I have title Jesus Christ. without him we would be nothing Thank you for sharing. Have you ever done storytelling at fesivals? just curious I bet you would be awesome:)


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Thank you Joy for stopping in to read my interview and leaving me a comment. That was really nice of you. I am so happy that you enjoyed my interview. I have to say doing storytelling at a fesival is something that I have never done. I done storytelling in many schools and youth groups in churches, but not fesivals. However that is something worth thinking about, thank you. Viola


Christina Jussaume 5 years ago

This was a lovely interview a way that your readers can get to know somthing about you. You seem like a wonderful caring individual and have great Christian values. It was a pleasure to read this for you. May the Lord guide you to fulfillment in all endeavours. God bless


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Christina thank you so much for reading my review and taking time to leave me a comment. That was very nice of you. I am happy that it was an enjoyable read to you. Viola


Jingle 5 years ago

lovely review, Viola...


Viola Jane Tabor 5 years ago

Thank you Jingle for stoppping in to read my interview. That was so very nice and kind of you and I am happy that you enjoyed reading it. Viola


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HomerMCho 5 years ago

Great hub and informative.Thanks for sharing about Viola Tabor.


Viola Tabor 5 years ago

Homer thank you so much for stopping in to read my interview. Viola

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