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When did you start writing?
What makes writing your passion?
I feel I'm fulfilling my mission and purpose.
How long have you been writing?
same as above
What was the feeling when you published your first book?
What’s the story behind your choice of characters?
I use myself and my patients (disguised) as personal examples to illustrate the points I am making about a particular topic.
What annoys you the most in pursuing a writing career?
That it's a jungle and without a proper guide, it's easy to fall prey to the trappers who exploit people who are trying to get out their message.
How do you get over the “writer’s block”?
I don't have writer's block.
We all know the writer’s path is never easy, what makes you keep going? What advice would you give to new authors?
I feel I am fulfilling my mission and purpose.
If you could go back in time and talk to your younger self, what would you say?
Trust that inner voice that tells you the right thing to do.
Do you read your book reviews? How do you deal with the bad ones?
To my knowledge, I haven't had unsolicited reviews. The others have been good.
What is the feeling when you get a good review?
That I've done my job.
Have you ever incorporated something that happened to you in real life into your novels?
yes, described above
Which of your characters you can compare yourself with? Did you base that character on you?
What do you think, the book cover is as important as the story?
No, but it should be intriguing.
Do you connect with your readers? Do you mind having a chat with them or you prefer to express yourself through your writing?
How do you feel when people appreciate your work or recognize you in public?
I feel the message has helped them in some way and it's very gratifying.
Who is your favorite author? Why?
Winston Churchill and Sigmund Freud. I learn from them, not only good information but a genius style of writing and grammar.