RI Authors Showcase – Meet Angelina Singer

Welcome to the Rhode Island Authors Showcase! Each day in November, this blog will feature a different Rhode Island author. Read the post and leave a comment and you are eligible to win this day’s giveaway!

Leave a comment every day this month for over 30 chances to win either our Grand Prize (a $250 Amazon gift card), our Bonus Prize (a $100 Amazon gift card), or a Cheer-Up Prize (amount to be determined), just in time for holiday shopping!

A winner will be randomly selected one week after the publication of the blog post, and the Grand Prize and Bonus Prize winners will be randomly selected on December 7, 2021. For the daily giveaways, the author will contact you directly to coordinate delivery. Print books for delivery within the US only, please.

Angelina Singer

Angelina Singer is a young adult/new adult author with a romantic comedy, Just Like a Pill, books 1-3 of a dystopian science fiction trilogy The Upperworld Series, and both books of The Rewind Duology available for purchase on Amazon now – go grab ’em here! https://tinyurl.com/3ndpfr9s In addition to her writing career, Singer graduated Magna Cum Laude from Stonehill College in 2019, where she studied English, Music, and of course, Creative Writing. Angelina is a board member of the Association of Rhode Island Authors, managing their Young Adult initiative. She’s also a freelance editor and ghostwriter, often helping clients bring their literary visions to life.

In her spare time she enjoys crocheting (with a portfolio of work available for purchase on Instagram @asinger320 https://www.instagram.com/asinger320/), as well as mentoring younger music students at a local music store, where she has been studying guitar for over a decade. She views her writing as a way to simultaneously escape from and embrace reality.

Follow her on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/angelinasingerauthor

Instagram/TikTok https://www.instagram.com/angelinasingerauthor/ for exciting updates, exclusive content, and giveaways. Visit her website at https://www.angelinasinger.com/

And follow Angelina’s blog here! https://angelinasingerauthor.wordpress.com/

Angelina is giving away a signed set of The Rewind Duology (pictured above) to one lucky winner. All you have to do to be entered is comment on this post and answer this question: What one piece of advice would you give to your younger self?

Join us on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, from 9:00am to 3:00pm at the CROWNE PLAZA in Warwick for the 9th Annual Rhode Island Authors Expo!

35 thoughts on “RI Authors Showcase – Meet Angelina Singer

  1. Angelina, your books sound like they will resonant with everyone’s experience in life – great to write books that appeal to such a wide audience. I would tell myself to try to be happy with who I am, stop being so painfully shy and just talk to people. Lighten up!

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  2. Hi Angelina, Congratulations on your great accomplishments your books sound like great reads and I love your book covers. The advice I would give myself would be to not be shy and just be yourself . Have a great week and stay safe.

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  3. Wow, you are a very busy and productive person with bright future. If I could tell my younger self anything, I think I would say, live in the now and don’t be so afraid to fail! Try to get into RISD…go for it (I didn’t). Be proactive instead of reactive and don’t wait until you’re 50 to have that surgery.

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    1. If I told my younger self half the things that have happened in my life, she would definitely never believe me. But I think she’d be really proud and relieved to know that things did get better, even if some things got worse, LOL.

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  4. You have accomplished so much at a young age. It sounds like you are handling stress with your writings and music. It is ok though to take a day for a walk in the woods and just find peace.
    Your writings do sound amazing, will add you to my lists of authors.

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  5. What an impressive resume at such a young age.
    I would tell myself to be less stressful, that despite life’s ups and downs, it will mostly turn out okay.

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  6. I would tell my younger self “Stick to the plan to get my MBA after getting my BSIE and ignore any advice I will receive to wait and have my employer pay for my MBA”

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