About AND THE OSCAR GOES TO
AND THE OSCAR GOES TO
Lara Solovay is a native New Yorker who has always dabbled in the arts, running the gamut from acting to teaching.
She has a gift with children and believes in the power of love and happiness.
Her book is an embodiment of how to achieve happiness correctly through the Glory of God. Solovay recounts her harrowing story of spiritual, emotional, mental and physical attacks from various demons. She illustrates that however strong the devil is, God is even stronger. He will preserve the lives of his children even in the grips of what appears to be certain death. Her book will inspire you to hold strong to God and lift him on high bringing Glory to His name.
About the Author
Lara Solovay is a native New Yorker, who continues to be in the arts and helps people reach their goals as a life coach.
Qn 1: Can you tell us more about AND THE OSCAR GOES TO What is it about?
A Jewish woman who opened doors of witchcraft and gave her life to Christ to help free her from the gripping forces of darkness.
Qn 2: Who do you think would be interested in this book, is it directed at any particular market?
We all want secular, however I know it will target to people who need spiritual, physical and emotional deliverance. I do NOT want it to be under “religion” only
Qn 3: Out of all the books in the world, and all the authors, which are your favourite and why?
At this point – The Bible for obvious reasons
Qn 4: What guidance would you offer to someone new, or trying to enhance their writing?
Don’t compare yourself to any one’s style. Be true to yourself and write from the heart.
Qn 5: Where can our readers find out more about you, do you have a website, or a way to be contacted?
Working on a website but in the meantime you can contact me via Facebook under Lara Jenifer
Qn 6: The bible is your favourite book, and I can tell your book has a close connection. In a world where many people read to escape what would you say to those who are put off by this?
Nothing is wrong in reading to escape, it’s normal and healthy. I used to read a lot of Dean Koontz books. I read the Bible because time is of the essence and when I’m done reading I want to feel like I gained some thing. I want to feel full and increase my capacity in learning and growing. I can’t live my life without having a relationship with God.
Qn 7: What has offered you the most strength and encouragement whilst writing your book?
My determination was my fuel. It gave me the strength and the tenacity to accomplish what I wanted to express. My goal was to help people, I wanted them to know that there is healing and deliverance for them. So many people are in pain and there’s so much suffering out there.
Qn 8: Your book is about finding your happiness and the obstacles in your life that you faced. Without giving too much away, what has been the most challenging moment of your life?
The most challenging moment was when I had my breakdown from years of torment from demonic forces.
Qn 9: I like to ask authors, what is your favourite part of your book. Do you have a favourite moment, scene, character intro? So I would like to do the same with you. Can you share a paragraph from your book that makes you smile when you re-read?
I didn’t know Church and I didn’t know God. I heard the pasture tell us the fire of God is upon us. I didn’t know what he meant until I felt it so strongly- it was experience like no other… confirmed that God was real and I had encounter with the spirit of the living God that changed me forever.
Qn 10: Now that you have written your first book, had great reviews on Amazon and found happiness, will you undertake the challenge again… and write a second book?
I wrote my second book, it’s finished, it’s in the process of getting the book cover and other last details. I have a feeling there are more to come.