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 5th question is “Did your faith helped you through the writing and publishing process?”
1) Author #1 : Todd Johnson
Yes cause I wasn’t sure if I was meant to write a book. Since i didn’t have the financial resources or knew what to do.
I was helped, not so much by faith but by conviction
3) Author #3: Sandra Lott
Yes, it did, from the moment I began writing my first book, I had this sense that God was going to have my books published. I never had to search really. I emailed one publisher, but upon their acceptance of one book, I felt that I needed to wait. Then a few years later that same publisher emailed me back and wanted to publish all of my books.
4) Author #4: Sharon Farber
I believe that spirit guides help me not only with mediumship but with many (if not all) aspects of my life. I’m certain they urged me to write the book, and I know they supported the entire process.
5) Author #5: Mitch Gannon
My faith did help me. I always pray and ask God for assistance before I sit down to write. With publishing I ask The Universe for the Highest and Most Best means for the book to be published.
6) Author #6: Hemal Radia
Yes… what I shared in the book helped with the process of writing and publishing the book and everything else, including live events and attracting people to subscribe to weekly webinars. Since writing the book I have broadened what I share and apply.
7) Author #7: Brina Tharishinee
Well, my faith surely did help me in the writing-contributing ideas throughout. Publishing…nay!
8) Author #8: Barry Rice
Without question, yes!! I have been blessed over the years in dealing with cancer, heart issues, various surgeries, divorce and financial slowdown. My acceptance of Jesus Christ and my faith in God and in the opportunities He presents upon the horizon of every sunrise has been and continues to be the recipe for the minor inconveniences that come my way. Writing of my faith and my speaking engagements to the many groups I have over the years continues to bolster my own faith, particularly as I hear back from readers and speech attendees.
9) Author #9: Chris Batts
My faith in religion? No, because I didn’t really take to religion. I didn’t have a religion and still don’t have one. Not having a certain faith had helped me write this book.
10) Author #10: Syl Sabastian
My Philosophy yes, which is also my Spirituality, since it’s founded on Core Character foundations, powerful in any situation. This is the focus of my Spirituality, to be enabled and empowered in any circumstance, and thus have one’s Spirituality never be compromised, because it’s built on: The Way-of-Impeccability.
11) Author #11: Donald Smith
Yes it certainly did, during the process it didn’t feel like it was me writing it because The words were coming out without even thinking
12) Author #12: Rabjot
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