Angela Pisaturo

Angela T. Pisaturo's novels bring to life the ordinary woman. 

Her realistic depiction of the inner soul’s struggle to find its purpose has brought healing and truth to many women.  The reader may identify with Amelia DeLuca; a love starved daughter who learns to forgive in The Rich American Woman, (winner of the John Gardner Award, Honorable Mention for Best Character Description of the main character).  Maybe they identify with Nellie Parker; the disfigured eccentric middle-aged woman whose discovery of an ancient artifact transforms her life in Treasures in Clay Vessels, or with Veronica Wheaton, the hard nosed reporter whose hateful 'truth crusade' leads her to face the hard truth about her own life in The Cedar Chest (available 2010).  No matter where the readers see themselves one thing is for sure – they will come away with a handful of hope and a cup of inspiration.


Ms. Pisaturo studied the art of novel writing at the Jerry Jenkin's Writer's Guild and graduated at the journeymen level. Ms. Pisaturo's published articles are Unconditional Love in a Pet, published by Pet Supermarkets and The Dollhouse Angel published by Faithwriters Magazine.  A Gift for Abigail and True Friends Are Forever, two children's books for young girls.  She currently writes an inspirational column for pet lovers entitled Paws for Thought which is featured on a regular basis in the newspaper, a local community paper for the discerning reader.


  Ms. Pisaturo has coordinated a writers group known as Joyful Word.  Under her direction, the group published a newsletter that was distributed to Tampa Bay area nursing homes, hospitals, churches and libraries.  Angela offers free critiques and writing instruction on her website  Her novels and children's books can be purchased at the above website and on


Other writing awards: writing challenge

Pockets Magazine, Put Children First, First lines Contest


Book(s) By Angela Pisaturo

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