Interview with Elsa Joseph – Author of “Chloe After Dark”
Elsa Joseph is a contemporary romance and scriptwriter. She has written three books and her play Identity Crises was performed at The Young Vic Theatre by British actor Gary Beadle in 2019. Elsa lives and works in London, United Kingdom.
How do you start writing a book?
Start by setting up a writing environment and develop a writing habit. Create a book outline and schedule writing time. Focus on writing your book ONLY and deal with any writing distractions. Maintain your focus from start to finish.
Are you writing a book at the moment?
Yes, I am. It’s a romantic thriller. I have also just released my third audiobook Chloe After.
What is Chloe After Dark about?
It’s a erotic thriller about a young woman who takes a radio hosting job at a late-night radio station.
What book are you currently reading?
Becoming by Michelle Obama.
Do you have a favourite genre?
Yes, I like Non-Fiction and Romance.
Traditional publishing or self-publishing?
I think it depends on the author. Self publishing is good because you’re in total control. However, traditional publishing has it’s benefits because all the work is done for you.
What do you think of the current publishing industry?
Books are big business at the moment. The Covid-19 pandemic has forced people to stay at home and read books.
Where do you like to write?
At my local coffee shop which is currently closed due to Covid-19. At the moment I am writing at home.
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