Author Interview: Tare Dite Ojoko

Hello everyone,

I hope you are all doing well and staying safe.

Welcome to the first author interview of 2021.

The author for the month of January is the lovely Tare Dite Ojoko who recently her first book titled ‘Sex On The Couch’.

I have known Tare for many years now and was delighted to know that her passion for helping married and soon to be married couples enjoy marriage by coaching and teaching has inspired her to write a book.

I was immediately interested in reading the book and have been blessed by what I have read so far (watch out for my review soon).

I was curious as to why and how she decided to write this book and was happy when she granted my request for an interview. I hope her answers to the ten questions I have asked will interest you as much as it did for me and don’t forget to get a copy of her book.

The Author:

Tare Dite-Ojoko is called to enrich and strengthen marriages and families. She is passionate about seeing marriages thrive and relationships fruitful. Tare believes that marriage is God’s idea and can be enjoyed as God intended it.For Tare, Family is the incubator for children to be nurtured and released to make the World a better place. She is an incurable romantic who believes that a marriage union can have sustained passion all through its lifetime. Tare is a trained lawyer of over 21years post-call. She is also a graduate of the prestigious Kenneth Hagin’s Rhema Bible Training School. She is a Certified Pastoral & Clinical Counsellor with the Institute Of Counselling, Glasgow, Scotland.Tare is a Facilitator at the Wisdom Driven Marriage Academy where she teaches on Sex and Sexuality.She’s also the Author of the book Sex On The Couch, a book which seeks to revolutionize the sex lives of Couples.She serves as the Service Group Head, Family Life Service Group, at her local assembly.Tare is called to add value and make lives better. She blogs at www.tarediteojoko.com.She is married to Barr. Emeka Ojoko and they are blessed with 3 children; Preye, Tonte and Nengi.You can connect with her on Facebook @Tare Dite-Ojoko-Love Dr. IG @tarediteojoko

The Interview:

Tare Dite Ojoko has allowed us to have some insight on her experiences, inspiration and motivation as an author and marriage coach. So here we go…..

WHAT WAS THE INSPIRATION FOR YOUR RECENTLY PUBLISHED BOOK – SEX ON THE COUCH?

Tare: In my work as a marriage Coach, I get a lot of questions on Sex. This book seeks to answer those questions and bring help to someone.

WHO IS YOUR IDEAL READER? WHO DO YOU WRITE FOR?

Tare: Married Couples and people in a romantic relationship.

WHAT IS THE MOST SURPRISING THING YOU DISCOVERED WHILE WRITING?

Tare: The depth of my Sexuality.

WHAT IS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE TITLE?

Tare: My husband selected this title after his quiet time. I knew it was inspired by the Lord as this wasn’t my first title.

DO YOU VIEW WRITING AS A SPIRITUAL PRACTICE AND IF YES, HOW?

Tare: Yes it is a spiritual practice for me as  it is an outlet for the gifts of God in me to be expressed to bless my World.

WHAT WAS THE GREATEST CHALLENGE IN YOUR WRITING PROCESS AND HOW WERE YOU ABLE WRITE REGARDLESS?

Tare: The fear of being branded a carnal Christian by other Christians because of the depth and detailed content of the book. My husband is a Pastor. He is my number one fan and support and so this gave me the courage to go on. I was like “If he as a Pastor didn’t ask.me to tone it down, then it’s all good.”.

WHAT WAS YOUR FAVOURITE PART AND LEAST FAVOURITE PART OF THE PUBLISHING PROCESS?

Tare: My favorite part was the editing. I had a brilliant Editor and so I could go to sleep with her working on my manuscript. Least favorite part was the typesetting. I had to go back and forth because of the arrangement of the pages and images. Paid more as a result.

HOW DO YOU THINK BEING A WRITER HAS HELPED YOU AS A PERSON?

Tare: My confidence has been bolstered. I speak more like an Authority on the subject matter. I have also gained more visibility.

WHAT BOOKS HAVE FORTIFIED YOU AS A WRITER?

Tare: As a Man Thinketh by James Allen

The Richest Man In Babylon by George Samuel Clason.

Today Matters by John Maxwell

The Act of Love by Tim Lahaye.

ARE YOU CURRENTLY WORKING ON ANYTHING YOU WOULD LIKE TO SHARE WITH YOUR READERS?

Tare: I have a book project I intend to publish this year. I see how young parents flounder in parenting. Sometimes they are clueless about what to do with the gifts(kids) God has blessed them with. Thus I want to come alongside them to help them navigate the treacherous waters of early Parenting.


So this is it.

I hope you enjoyed reading this interview and special thanks to the author for granting this interview. We wish her success in all her endeavors.

Interested in getting a copy of her book? You can reach her on any of her social media handles.

Enjoy the rest of your day and thank you for stopping by.


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