Angels Are Real

Author Interview
Win Tuck-Gleason Author Interview

Angels, of Course tells the story of being visited by angels and how they have impacted your life. Why was this an important book for you to write?

I felt strongly compelled to share these experiences with people, and could not relax until I had it published.

I appreciated the candid nature with which you told your story. What was the hardest thing for you to write about?

The hardest thing to write about was making the angels believable. That is why I went into such details. I had to take art lessons to paint the illustrations.

What is a common misconception you feel people have about angels?

I believe people think angles only came to earth during biblical times.

What do you hope is one thing readers take away from your story?

If angels are real then so is heaven. So is God. And so is Jesus Christ.

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When Win Tuck-Gleason was growing up, she thought everyone could see angels. People just didn’t talk about them; they still don’t. She just accepted the angels’ presence, and she kept silent. It was as if she wasn’t given permission to talk about them. Now she has permission.
In Angels, Of Course, she offers a collection of stories and paintings that share her varied experiences with heavenly angels. It chronicles twenty visits by angels beginning with her childhood and continuing to the present day. Tuck-Gleason isn’t sure why she’s been blessed with angelic encounters, but she communicates that their presence is comforting to her, they give her confidence, and they deliver a positive atmosphere when they’re around.
Angels, Of Course describes the different shapes and sizes of angels and the circumstances in which they visited. Tuck-Gleason tells how they fill her life with love, guidance, and protection, just when she needs it.

Posted on March 15, 2022, in Interviews and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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