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Angela Joseph (quildon)

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Angela is a writer of fiction and non-fiction, whose work has been published in short story magazines, anthologies, including A Cup of Comfort for Mothers, Chicken Soup and online. Angela’s scope of expertise includes copyediting, proofreading, web content, blogging and SEO. Angela's first Christian non-fiction book Women For All Seasons is now available at Amazon.com, Barnes & Nobel.com and other online retailers.

Angela holds a BSc degree in Occupational Therapy and currently works with mentally-disabled patients. She enjoys this job because it gives her the opportunity to share her faith and instill hope in people who are hopeless. Angela believes in a simple hierarchal structure for success: God first, family and friends second, work third. Angela enjoys reading, writing, movies and travel. She hates abuse of children and exploitation of all kinds.

Be sure to check out Angela’s blogs at http://www.quildonwrites.blogspot.com and http://www.angelasfreelancewriting.com. You may follow Angela on Facebook, Twitter or Linkedin.

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  • Christmas Traditions In Trinidad And Tobago

    Christmas Traditions In Trinidad And Tobago

    3 years ago

    I was born and grew up on the island of Trinidad. In case you don't know, Trinidad is the most southerly of the West Indies and lies just about seven miles off the north-eastern tip of Venezuela. As a child growing up...

  • Villa Rica, Georgia - City of Gold

    Villa Rica, Georgia - City of Gold

    2 years ago

    Mention the US gold rush and most people think of California and the Wild Wild West. But there is a little-know town north west of Atlanta, called Villa Rica, which boasts of the first gold rush.