Orsayor: What was the last lie you told?
Julia: Interesting question. I’m going to say the last lie I told was to myself, and that lie was that I didn’t need to take classes or get a degree to maximize my potential. I’ve self-taught myself how to write. I believe what we are to do in life was implanted in us when we were created. I’ve stood by this since realizing my call in life. I now know different and will be upping my education to be the best at what I’m purposed to do.
Orsayor: If your life was made into a movie what would the title be, and would it be a comedy, drama, or adventure flick?
Julia: “Back to the Past.” It would be a combination of all of the above because my life has definitely been full of adventure with unnecessary drama and enough funny moments to make you cry.
Orsayor: Who would you like to be stuck in the elevator with?
Julia: Joseph from The Old Testament. I see similarities in his experience relatable to mine. I’d love to pick his brain and see what he’d do different, if anything at all, knowing what he knew down the line.
Orsayor: What song best describes your work ethic?
Julia: “Anything” by Mary Mary and Patti LaBelle.
Orsayor: Is there one question above all else that you don’t want to answer about yourself? What is the question?
Julia: Can’t say that there is. I’m pretty much an open book. Sometimes too transparent. I might not volunteer information, but if you ask…
Orsayor: Can you tell readers about any upcoming books/projects?
Julia: I’m in the editing phase of my first screenplay based off of my first novel, “Parallel Pasts.” I am also in the conception stage of my third novel, “Good Heart Gone Bad.”
Orsayor: Thank you for taking a “Time-Out” with me.
Julia: No, thank you.
Julia Blues is a storyteller on a mission to help better lives univerSOULly every story told through literature, TV & Film. She also finds fulfillment as a Purpose Mentor, encouraging others through the process of walking in their purpose. To learn more about Ms. Blues, visit her website at www.juliablues.com