Fall Authors Campaign; Angela Ringo

About the Author: Cleveland, Ohio native Angela Stevenson-Ringo a new, upcoming and talent author making her way to the top of the book world. Writing, as always been a part of Angela’s life starting at a young age with an activate imagination.  Stepping out on faith she decide it was time to share her gift with others and make writing the focus of her career. Through Angela eyes she captures passion, energy, hope, sadness, joy, inspiration and love in the essence of each of her poems.

Angela brings her words to life like a flowing river as she writes each page with such passion and power. Words that define who she is but what lies deep down in the depths of her heart and soul. She first made her debuted in 2008 with “Poems For Your Soul” where she capture life situations through her words in a compassionate way that gives others hopes and help to mend the broken hearted through her uplifting and inspirational poems. In 2009 she released her second poetry book entitle, “Poems of Love Volume One” Angela captures the meaning of love, the kinds of love, love between friends and lovers and husband and wife.

In the winter of 2011 Angela will come out with her best seller Autobiography entitle, “Through It All Miracle Do Happen” she talks about personal and private details of her life including a failed marriage, losing her health to Kidney failure which altered her life at a young age, going on Peritoneal dialysis until receiving a kidney transplant and then losing her transplant kidney, on Hemo dialysis. When all hope and faith was gone God step in and blessed her with a true miracle. When all the odds were stacked against Angela, God had a greater plan in store for her.

Angela has been featured in local media and newspapers when she and her brother Anthony Stevenson (deceased) both needed kidney transplants. Anthony needed a heart also. Angela once again was in the media spotlight when her husband gave her one of his kidneys and being Cleveland first transplant couple in 1994.

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in 2003 asked Angela to be their first guest speaker at their program called “Renal Correlation Conference” where she shared her story about being a Hemo and Peritoneal Dialysis and also a Kidney Transplant patient in front of a group of doctors.

Angela’s winter image was one of three chosen for CDC (Center of Dialysis Care) corporate holiday cards. Her artwork has also been featured in an exhibit at the Health Space Cleveland Museum in entitle, “A Day in the Life of a Dialysis Patient” and a featured artist at Bedford Heights first Art Extravaganza in 2005.

Angela is attending Walden University online to receive her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Marketing next year.  She has a variety of background experiences from License Manager Cosmetologist, Child Care Center Administration, Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Education and Associate of Arts.

Angela enjoys volunteering at The Annual Teen Summit which is held twice a year by The Kidney Foundation of Ohio and Cleveland MOTTEP (Minority Organ Tissue Transplant Education Program) along with many other events. Angela volunteers as an Art Therapy Assistant at CDC where she was a formal patient for four years.  She enjoys singing in her church choir, painting, cooking, helping others and spending time with family.

Find Angela online:


Linked In: www.linkedin.com/pub/angela-stevenson-ringo/2b/738/13a

Goodreads: www.goodreads.com/author/…/4388700.Angela_Stevenson_Ringo

Author of “Poems of Love Volume One”

Published in 2009

Don’t forget..

Get your copy of the September Edition at www.fromawriterspovmagazine.com

Signing Off,






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