An Interview with Authors Ed and Angel Cooper

Love is Worth the Work: A Workbook of Love Designed for Marriages and Individuals by [Edward Cooper, Angel Cooper]
Ed and Angel Cooper on their book cover

Ed and Angel Cooper have a heart for relationships. They want to see married couples communicating, working together and growing in their love for one another. They want single people to understand that life is still great regardless of their single status. Singleness is a time for preparation and personal self growth and love. Also, everyone should work together to build their community around them. Supporting and encouraging another to be their best. Remember in everything that you do,  “Love is Worth the Work”.

Where are you from?

Ed was Born in Bridgeport Connecticut and Angel was born in Providence Rhode Island

Why do you write?

It was another way of capturing our pain and our healing through different stages of our marriage.

What do you write about?

We write about our experiences throughout our relationship

Do you have a specific writing style?

We incorporate various writing styles it really depending how we want to share our story at that point. Example if we want to share a deeper meaning we become very descriptive in our writing or we add humor.

What are obstacles that come in the way of writing?

Some of the obstacles that you may experience are prioritizing your time, family schedules and writers block.

What’s the most memorable thing asked/said by a reader about your work?

Our readers enjoy our transparency and our authentic approach.

Love is Worth The Work on Amazon

How long have you been writing?

We have been writing for the past five years.

When did you first realize you wanted to become a writer?

We’ve always enjoyed writing but In the relationship area we where frequently being asked questions surrounding how did we maintain our relationship and raising of our children.

What is your work schedule like when you are writing?

Ed says he works better in the morning because he is an early riser and Angel works better in the evening then we would meet each other halfway.

How long does it take to write a book? (if you’ve written one -published or non)

For a specific book love is worth the work it has taken us 8 to 9 months to write the book

Do you have suggestions on how to become a better writer?

Yes, you should learn more about your areas in which you’re writing about and be clear about it and develope a routine.

What challenges do you come across when writing/creating your story?

The main challenge that we may come across is making sure that what we write maybe helpful for others.

What do you think makes a good story?

A good story is something that captivates your attention and draws you in.

What does your family think of your writing?

Our family they are very supportive and some have even asked about learning how to write. Themselves.

Do you see writing as a career?

It’s a possibility.

Do you have anything specific you’d like to tell the readers?

Currently, we have a book available called “Love is Worth the Work”. It is available on Amazon. “Love is Worth the Work” is a 30-day love challenge designed to demonstrate love and care for your spouse and self. Readers will be empowered and inspired to create an effective change within their relationships. By completing the questions, challenges, and reflections, we hope that you will gain more insight and be strengthen during your journey towards love. We also have a youtube page featuring our show “Ed and Angel The Cooper Chronicles”.

When did you first consider yourself a writer?

We always enjoyed writing so we’ve always considered ourselves writers

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