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 9th question is “What is the challenge you face when writing your book(s)?”
1) Author #1 : Todd Johnson
What to say or how to say it in a way to catch people’s attention.
2) Author #2: Else Byskov
Explaining very complex concepts in plain words
3) Author #3: Sandra Lott
Time to write and learning patience when I feel blocked. When I learn to wait it out and trust the words will flow again, they always do.
4) Author #4: Sharon Farber
My challenge was to make time to write and revise (and revise and revise) the book and to find an agent and a publisher. I succeeded.
5) Author #5: Mitch Gannon
I struggle with sitting down and actually writing the book itself. I have so many ideas I want to share that I enjoy the process of fantasizing and creatively contemplating compared to the actually writing part.
6) Author #6: Hemal Radia
At the time it was my first book so I had to learn the steps in writing it as well as publishing it. I spoke to others and connected to my inspiration. It is almost like a cliche but at the time by ‘following my joy’ I attracted all sorts of resources in my life… for live events as well as in writing this book and the creativity and innovation in various parts of the process.
7) Author #7: Brina Tharishinee
I have been writing since the age of 10 and I am very consistent with my writing schedule. Never faced any challenges, say the writer’s block and yada yada yada. My biggest challenge these days is definitely is my wailing and tailing toddler and my fussy newborn.
8) Author #8: Barry Rice
Finding quiet time separated from all of the opportunities (presented by God) for a rich, full life. Relishing the blessings and new opportunities God presents every day makes it easy to put my thoughts into context when I schedule my time.
9) Author #9: Chris Batts
Making time to work on it because I have a job and other things in life to do. Being judged because of my experience was something I was worried about too. I was scared of being judged by people I know and have known me for years yet don’t know about my experience. My big obstacle was knowing that those people would hear about or know about this book.
10) Author #10: Syl Sabastian
None really. It’s a joy and a pleasure and writing is fun and easy, because, through Application of what we Share and do, I’ve Trained My Brain to experience writing this way. It’s a deep part of our entire practice and the basis of our Spirituality. To Shift ourselves to experience Life the way *WE* want to.
11) Author #11: Donald Smith
To overcome my personal insecurities
12) Author #12: Rabjot
Story formulation. Research etc.
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