Recently, I enjoyed an insightful interview with MillerWords, “5 Questions — Joy Ross Davis.“
The interview was a pleasure because, of course, my interest in Ireland was featured along with my newly released novel, The Beggar’s Miracle published with MillerWords. The Beggar’s Miracle revolves around orphanages in Ireland — The “Laundries”, a euphemistic title referring to the business side of the laundry ‘done’ for citizens…laundry of another type as piles of cash were included to pay for children by adoptive parents. My heart, filled with love for Ireland, is moved by the imagination about experiences endured by the women and orphans in these institutions. A pair of my favorite ‘angels’ are active in this story to help rescue a needy, deserving and lovely young woman who thinks at that moment she has no hope. She does have hope (because my stories are rooted in Hope), she does prevail and enjoys the very best surprise as the story unfolds that any child could wish for.
Additionally, the questions were terrific, opening doors for unique answers that I want readers to enjoy reading as much as I enjoyed responding. There were no throw-away questions with typical and predictable answers. I really appreciate MillerWords as publishers and for the creative way they think!
I’m so pleased to have The Beggar’s Miracle available for readers! This pleasure has stimulated my writing appetite incredibly and the new pages for the next novel are flying from my fingers to the keyboard! Having a story to offer you, my loyal readers, encourages me beyond imagination. Consider yourselves warned, there is much more to come!
There are two treats for you! One — enjoy the interview and learn some things about me and about The Beggar’s Miracle that have never been published. You’ll get a glimpse into suspicions and motivations for this story and for future stories involving paranormal experiences, particularly angels. As my supportive Angel Pack, you are always with me!
Two — treat yourself to a copy of The Beggar’s Miracle and enjoy a good read!