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Virginia Griffin || Book & Interview

Gin on the Rox

It’s time to unlock and unblock yourself and discover the joy of a purpose-driven life.

Do you think there’s only one right way to live life? Do you find yourself harshly judging yourself and others? Maybe it’s time to break out of the situation you’re holding yourself hostage in.

Are you ready to be free and live your life your way? That’s where this book comes in. By helping you shift your thinking, recognize your flaws, and guiding you to better yourself day by day, you’ll grow into the person you’ve always wanted to be, but maybe never thought you could become.


This book can be purchased by clicking the picture. My interview with Virginia will give you a better look inside where her creativity and being an author began.


What inspired you to write this book?

Virginia: There was a misconception about me that I was this "super strong woman" after my first child passed away unexpectedly in 2004. I also had this overwhelming internal urge in my spirit to share my triumphs and challenges to show others that life will be challenging however, we must always be willing to face those challenges head on and keep pushing forward.

What is your favorite childhood book?

Virginia: My favorite childhood book was "Where the sidewalk ends" by Shel Silverstein

What does literary success look like to you?

Virginia: Literary success to me is when someone unknown to you or your inner circle purchases your book.

Does your family support your work as a writer?

Virginia: My family is very supportive of my writing career. I'm very grateful to have that support in my life.

How do you select the names of your characters?

Virginia: I write up my character's bio and the name just falls into place.

How did publishing your first book change your process of writing?

Virginia: Once I published my first book, I stopped focusing on the process of other writers and followed my own path. My process is not conventional however there is definitely a method to the madness.

Do you read your book reviews? How do you deal with bad or good ones?

Virginia: I read all of my reviews. I haven't read a really bad one yet, I like to read between the lines of what the reader is saying to see the holes in my work that can be filled. There is always room for growth and improvement.

Virginia Griffin

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