Author Interviews

  • Author Interview with Verona Willis-Brown
    Q. How would you describe yourself?
    I am a simple Jamaican lady who has an addiction for writing, and reading.
    A vessel of The Almighty Creator who seek to make a positive difference in the world by my words or actions.
    And building on my parents legacy as I a go along on this journey.
    Q. Tell us something about the books that you have written and the story behind them.
    I am the published author for two romance novels: Are you free enough and are you free Enough 2. These two books basically address the topic of love, affair, sex, beauty and the reality to it all. Oftentimes we find the topic of sex and affair to be so taboo especially in the church or Christians home, so I took the time to make the topic as plain as possible. The story were written from the side of the "other woman" which often get shun either by society or the wife. Here you will have the married man and her sharing their affair together with the world through my eyes. These are fictional character/stories, however it is relatable from every news platform or from the beginning of time. When you get the opportunity to read book 2 you will see how I draw the conclusion for us women to feel empowered to know we deserve unconditional love and it can be achieved if we only believe. These books will also leave you to question yourself whether you are free enough, Spiritually, financially, emotionally, mentally and physically and give you that opportunity to do a deeper search of self.
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  • Author Interview with David M. Donachie
    Q. How would you describe yourself?
    I am a writer, artist, programmer, and game designer. I have been writing stories since I was old enough to hold a pencil — many are very embarrassing. I live in a garret (really a top-floor flat, but a garret sounds a lot more romantic) in Edinburgh with my wife Victoria, 2 cats, more reptiles than mammals, and more invertebrates than either.
    Q. Tell us something about the books that you have written and the story behind them.
    I currently have two fiction books out. The first is a short fiction anthology from 2018 called “The Night Alphabet”. That’s a book about dreams and nightmares, and stories woven from them. A lot of it was based on actual dreams that I, or people I know, had.

    The second is a Mesolithic fantasy novel called “The Drowning Land”, which came out this January. The Drowning Land is set in Doggerland, the landscape that used to be at the bottom of where the North Sea is now. It’s a book heavily influenced by real science and archeology. It was inspired by an episode of Time Team that I watched back in 2007, about how Doggerland was lost, and was being rediscovered by sea floor exploration.
  • Author Interview with Disha Sharma
    Q. How would you describe yourself?
    Confident, a constant doer, disciplined, learner and an accomplisher of tasks. A self-published author of 5 books, digital journalist who had worked in various digital news media like Newzstreet media Pvt Ltd, Newsx and Asian News International for the past three years. Apart from this, I am a Wordpress blogger, columnist and a social media writer.
    Q. Tell us something about the books that you have written and the story behind them.
    Well, my first book was a self-help book named ‘How To Feed Your Dull Soul’ related to motivational tips to inspire people and allow them to decide their intricacies of life which we somehow avoids while understanding a life. Other books are ‘The Half-Dead Paradise’, ‘June and Dadri Stories’, ‘Abhimanyu’ and ‘Five Days’. ‘The Half-Dead Paradise’ is based on a girl named Amaara who gets indulged in ill-habits like drugs, alcohol and smoking and start hallucinating. It’s a fictional self-improving book which allows you to think in a different way. June and Dadri Stories is a children story focusses on the character June and a small town Dadri. ‘Abhimanyu’ is a romantic love story where the husband’s love gets possessive to decide the fate of his wife. The latest book ‘Five Days’ is again a fictional self-help psycho thriller book.
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  • Author Interview with Sonnia
    Q. How would you describe yourself?
    I am a leadership and career coach and have over two decades of professional experience. As a proven sales leader who has worked with well-known hospitality brands like The Oberoi Group, Accor Hotels etc. I have some great teams and developed some exceptional managers which resulted in improved organizational performance. I have coached high performers on their achievements and successes.

    As a life coach, I work with people to unlock their true potential and accelerate their growth to achieve success in their lives. I work with organizations to develop their managers to senior roles and improve their performance. I do coach a variety of individuals, and my specialty is working with smart successful folks - people who want to take charge of their life or advance their careers and want to achieve success. My coaching enables clients to develop their leadership skills, life skills, or overcome limiting beliefs to achieve their goals. As a career transition coach affiliated with Randstad Risesmart currently, I help people transition careers and reorient career paths.
    I like to travel, and I like to meet people. Trying various cuisines is something I always look forward to and I occasionally indulge in baking some goodies. I am an avid reader and love to pen my thoughts. I have lately taken to gardening and crafts and thoroughly enjoy my 'me' time!
    Q. Tell us something about the books that you have written and the story behind them.
    I have written a book called The Turning Points 1965 war. It is a collection of 25 short stories meant to be an easy read for those not from a Military background.
    The turning points are the points or the situation during the war when the eventual outcome got re-defined. Each story highlights the point of no return wherein the position of a seeming defeat of India was turned around to that of victory thanks to the grit of our soldiers and the strategic planning of the military commanders. Despite being outnumbered and having outdated equipment the Indian side turned from a defensive position to offensive stance - wherein The Hunters became the Hunted!

    The book is about strategy and tactics that changed the course of History forever. I have deliberately not dwelt on battalion formations and division compositions so as to make easy reading for everyone. My effort here is a tiny tribute to recognize the individual acts of bravery, strategic thinking and the leadership of individuals in a world where life and death do an interchangeable dance.
    They are all Heroes - some living and some who attained glory - whether awarded plaques or not. They have risen to the occasion as demanded in the line of duty but never let their men, comrades or Country down. It was and continues to be Nation First for these Men – Men of substance, Men of honor and Men of courage.
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  • Author Interview with Amb. Psalm Ebube
    Q. How would you describe yourself?
    Psalm Ebube is a certified youth coach and leadership expert. His experiences working for I Change Nations as the National Statesman For Youth To ICN USA. World Greatness Record Holder UK , World Civility Ambassador. Author of Stay Alive : Rich Mind Empty Grave & Young Global Leaders | CEO of Youth Publish Now| Founders of Leadership Care Institute, Stay Alive Civility Initiative . Multiple Award Winning Artiste/Author/Speaker
    www.psalmebube.org
    Q. Tell us something about the books that you have written and the story behind them.
    "I am about a few days away from releasing the PaperBack book “YOUNG GLOBAL LEADERS . I wish something like this existed when I was starting out as a young student. This book really makes you think outside the box about what you need to be doing to Lead & Succeed as a Leader. These are the things that we are not taught in school. I’d advise all Parent to get this book as gift 🎁 for graduand/youths and young adults. This should be a compulsory course that is taught in every school across the country. I look forward to releasing the PaperBack book. A master-handbook on how young leaders become great leaders. —it is an insightful, engaging and highly relevant study. YGL by Psalm Ebube is an invaluable companion for all aspiring leaders especially the youths and young at heart.
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