John Rose writes about life issues that seem complex but are simplified with an understandable and straightforward approach.
The author has a unique writing style. Reading it has a magical content that will take you to a world where you will feel in the shoes of the characters. Rose brings each character to life with hir heart-wrenching storytelling technique.
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Author John Rose offers an obfuscatory background – ‘unknown and unnamed individual, averse to vanities and gossip, Theist, European, Jurist, writer’ – and that further entices the reader to explore the content of this book. A website suggests he is a professional investigator and has written a YA book – WIKKER – and a SURVEILLANCE HANDBOOK. He has written three novels to date - THE RISE AND FALL OF A POOR MAN, WHAT A FOOTBALLER!, and INTERVIEWING A REGULAR JOE: JANUARY 2020. Read it on Amazon
That’s a really great book. The history is compelling and fascinating. The author succeeded in bringing apparent shallow subjects (soccer, fame…) to a deep level. Highly recommended. Read it on Amazon
Interviewing a Regular Joe by John Rose is a book that answers almost every question one might have about themselves. The book is concise and written in an unusual interview style which is very engaging and thought-provoking. The author has done a marvellous job keeping the conversation engaging for the readers.
It is a must-read for everyone as it covers nearly all the topics of life. It is written in a way that makes you wonder about your views about various aspects of life and inner-self. Read it on Amazon
"Interviewing a Regular Joe: January 2020" by John Rose is actually rather intriguing to me because it's something I've considered doing myself. Gabrielle is our protagonist, and she hosts a radio show. One day she decides to gain audience attention by interviewing a "regular Joe." This man's life history changes her perspective, but in reality, isn't that what should always happen when we talk to someone and truly listen to what they have to say? I'd love to read more "regular Joe" interviews. Read it on Amazon