“I don’t propose to be what I’m not. By all means, I’ll be everything God has called me to be
no more, no less. It is after all, the best that I can be.” Miranda A. Uyeh
Miranda A. Uyeh
Miranda A. Uyeh is the founder and editor of To Be A Person (TBAP), the author of Christian Romance/Suspense fiction, To Die Once: Child of Grace #1, a Mogul Global Ambassador, and a screenwriter. She was a one-time shortlisted judge for the Inspy Awards, in 2014, in the Contemporary Romance & Romance/Suspense Category. In 2016, Miranda was invited by Waterbrook Multnomah to be one of 500 book reviewers across the world to help launch Tim Tebow’s book, Shaken. With the raving success of the book, Waterbrook re-invited her to be part of a special launch team that help launch its elite authors whose books have been listed as bestsellers on the New York Times Lists. In 2017, she was invited by actress, Jenn Gotzon to become one of contributing writers for the forthcoming and highly anticipated Christmas comedy movie, The Farmer and the Belle, due for release Thanksgiving 2018.
When Miranda isn’t reviewing books/entertainment or hosting interviews on TBAP, she’s writing, reading for fun or relaxing with a good movie! When she gets bored with the world, she talks to God about it! *wink*
Her favorite beverage is tea (not coffee!), which she takes just before her exercise routines in the morning, and, when she sits to type away the crazy ideas she believes will make an awesome story. She loves to gush about the great works of authors like Jane Austen, Julie Lessman, MaryLu Tyndall, Francine Rivers, Michelle Onuorah, and Karen Kingsbury! She listens to inspiring music by artists such as Casting Crowns, Mercy Me, Dara Maclean, Meredith Andrews, Britt Nicole, Toby Mac, Jamie Grace, Newsboys, Don Moen, Natalie Grant, Brooke Fraser, Lacrae, Tye Tribett, Mandisa, Anthem Lights, Hillsong, New Hope Oahu and more recently, Satellites & Sirens. She watches out for movies on box office as well as the latest Christian films; she’s particularly a huge fan of the TV series Hawaii 5-0, Arrow, and Nashville.
Though Miranda resides in Nigeria, she considers herself a citizen of the world, and so founded TBAP to help and encourage God’s children all over the world to become who He has called them to be.