Hello everyone! It’s time to reveal the answers for all 12 questions answered by 12 author participants in the May Group Author Interview, in the 12 genres, 12 authors, 12 months and 12 questions series! The support from Spirituality/Religious authors was amazing as we have 12 authors participating in this group author interview.
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So, the 4th question is “Have you felt called in some way to write a book on a given topic?”
1) Author #1 : Todd Johnson
Recently I felt to write a way to make a point about Christmas book.
2) Author #2: Else Byskov
Yes, I felt called to write my first book Death Is an Illusion
3) Author #3: Sandra Lott
Every topic I write is something that is within my heart. The titles just come to me and what they are going to be about. I have never had to “try” to come up with something. So, in essence, I feel I am called to write every book I have ever written.
4) Author #4: Sharon Farber
I felt called to write a book about mediumship to spread the word that it can be learned, and teach people how this can be done.
5) Author #5: Mitch Gannon
Yes. Usually any time I write, especially falling under the spiritual genre, I feel called to do so. I have many ideas for future books and plenty of unfinished and unpublished manuscripts with a plethora of content and ideas.
6) Author #6: Hemal Radia
Yes as mentioned above in #3
7) Author #7: Brina Tharishinee
Nope. It didn’t work that way for me. I was just thrilled with the whole concept of rebirth-becoming the driving force for me to work on Janma Antare.
8) Author #8: Barry Rice
Yes, to lead other’s to see and understand that God presents Himself to everyone, every day, disguised as a sunrise (in spite of clouds of confusion, worry, financial hardship and more) bearing God’s immense love, power, blessings and opportunities to enjoy His bounty.
9) Author #9: Chris Batts
Yes. I always knew I had some type of purpose but I didn’t think it was for a book. Now that this book is out, I believe that writing this exact story of this exact event is one of the things I was called here to do.
10) Author #10: Syl Sabastian
Yes. The Biella Series, a series dealing with the New Nobility, a society founded around Nobleness. (And not connected in any way to hereditary nobility.)
11) Author #11: Donald Smith
Yes i do I never written a book in my life I thought it was a completely crazy idea and I fought the urge for a while then it came to a point I couldn’t fight it anymore
12) Author #12: Rabjot
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