06 December, 2018

Forces of Destiny, Shackles of Royalty by A.Akinosho Interview! @OfShackles

Forces of Destiny: Shackles of Royalty
By Ade Akinoso
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Tola grew up as an only child in the suburb on Illinois.  Gloomy days was all Tola could see ahead of her as financial woes slowly creep into her life with the death of her stepfather and the eminent death of her cancer stricken mother.
Unexpectedly, the father she never knew she had appears. His appearance rocks Tola’s world when she finds out, she’s the unknown and youngest daughter of rich and powerful King Adetoye.
Princess Tola’s financial woes are replaced by the shackles of royalty.
Forces of play makes Tola the only qualified child to ascend the throne or deliver an heir for the throne, based on these reasons Tola must marry a man of royal bloodline.
Tola struggles with accepting the hand that destiny dealt her. In her search for comfort she chances upon a love so powerful she’s willing to gamble everything and change her destiny.
The fight to secure both her love and her crown will change the course of her destiny and demand more than her love and her family is willing to give.

About the Author
Ade Akinosho born in Lagos. One of the fastest growing city in the world. She now resides in United States, after living two and a half years in Dubai, with her husband and four children. A move she says gave her the opportunity to meet interesting and amazing people. By day. Ade considers herself Mom/house driver taking care of her children and by night she lets her imagination run wide writing romance novels where she feels she is literary seating in the room with her characters.
Ade is a Linguistics and English major who went on to the business operations world with an MBA. Now back to her original passion for writing. Something she started doing at the age of 10.
Ade describes herself as a voracious reader, lover of the art of words and a traveler. She is known to scribble on just about anything that comes away when the words fill her mind. Publishing her first novel Falsified is a dream come true for someone who has always had a passion for writing and love for reading.
When she is not busy driving or fulfilling an activity for her children, you can always find her reading a book, binging on chocolate or checking out interesting places in the world.


Author Interview!
What do you find most challenging about the writing process, and how do you deal with it?
The most challenging part of writing for me is complimenting each character’s strength and weakness to other characters in the book. I deal with this by outlining the characteristics of each character and looking for ways to make a weakness a compliment.
When and where do you do your writing?
I write late in the evening, when it is very quiet and mostly on my bed.
What have you learned about promoting your books?
I have learned that it takes more effort than actually writing the book itself.
What are you most proud of as a writer?
I am most proud of completing my book and enjoying it each time I read it over.
If you could have dinner with any writer, living or dead, who would it be and what would you talk about?
Mario Puzo (dead). I would like to talk about his characters and how he decides how on their strength and weaknesses.

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