June Non-Fiction/Memoirs/Biographies Author Interview Answer #2 “What is the message you aim to deliver from the non-fiction book(s) you wrote?”

June Group Author Interview for Non-Fiction/Memoirs/Biographies authors
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Hello everyone! It’s time to reveal the answers for all 12 questions answered by 12 author participants in the June Group Author Interview, in the 12 genres, 12 authors, 12 months and 12 questions series! The support from Non-Fiction/Memoirs/Biographies authors was amazing as we have 12 authors participating in this group author interview.

If you are an author and would like to participate in our upcoming interviews, check out this link, sign up and get your fans to ask their questions to the participating authors! The goal of this author interview is to increase the engagement between readers and authors, and to expose authors to new group of readers.

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So, the 2nd question is “What is the message you aim to deliver from the non-fiction book(s) you wrote?”

1) Author #1 : Gilbert Van Kerckhove

We must all work together to stop the degradation of our planet

2) Author #2:  Mike Kowis

I try to inspire my readers and give them the tools they need to success as an author or college instructor.

3) Author #3: Kate Iroegbu

To send the message that no matter how difficult your situation may be you can indeed live a triumphant life if you have the key strategies to handle adversity.

4) Author #4: Umm Sulaim

The nonfiction books I authored convey a simple message: Be neutral and the truth becomes clear.

5) Author #5: Ken Johnson

In my latest book, A Quick Guide to Archetypes & Allegory, I seek to assist fiction writers in crafting better stories with more relatable characters. Too few authors worry about their fellow writer. It is my goal for the book to be a base resource for the next generation of award-winning authors and script writers.

6) Author #6: Debby Gies

All my books hold messages in them. I share my stories on various topics on life experiences so that others who relate can learn how I overcame my own obstacles, giving them hope that there is always a way for resolution if we first identify and admit our shortcomings.


7) Author #7:  Pratima Nagaraj

My first book is about choosing to be more vulnerable and authentic. I wanted people to know that vulnerability is a great source of strength and embracing it can change your life remarkably! In our society, vulnerability is considered a weakness and this is the myth I wanted to bust through the book. My second book is about silence and solitude. In this current technology and social media dominated world, we have lost the art of spending quiet time in solitude. Through this book I want to invite people to get off being busy and rushing through their lives and instead embrace moments of mindfulness and silence.

I am not trying to establish a second career as a writer here at my advanced age, but I am striving to build a legacy of fine inspirational literature for posterity and to give people who are in distress everywhere some hope for a better future,

9) Author #9: Errol Baptiste

The message I aim to deliver from the non-fiction books that I wrote must be told on a very accurate account relating onto the subjects.


10) Author #10: Edna Cane-Swannepoel

To be inspired. To never give up on your dreams.

11) Author #11: Kristalen Babb

My life and how my mom raised me set the roots to wanting to write my book. I felt I needed to be heard for the ones who have a similar paths as me.

12) Author #12) Steve Wilson

To Help Build Self-Character

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June Non-Fiction/Memoirs/Biographies Author Interview Answer #1 “An author could easily write a fiction book out of some true events to keep things confidential. But you chose to write a non-fiction book. What encouraged you?”

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June Non-Fiction/Memoirs/Biographies Author Interview

Hello everyone! It’s time to reveal the answers for all 12 questions answered by 12 author participants in the June Group Author Interview, in the 12 genres, 12 authors, 12 months and 12 questions series! The support from Non-Fiction/Memoirs/Biographies authors was amazing as we have 12 authors participating in this group author interview.

If you are an author and would like to participate in our upcoming interviews, check out this link, sign up and get your fans to ask their questions to the participating authors! The goal of this author interview is to increase the engagement between readers and authors, and to expose authors to new group of readers.

If you have questions pertaining to video marketing for author branding or if you’d like to know how I managed to garner over 100 pre-orders even before my book launch, contact me and I’d be happy to speak to you!

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Some of our group author participants are also being interviewed through Author Live Chat with Fans session! Click here to book a session for yourself!

So, the 1st question is “An author could easily write a fiction book out of some true events to keep things confidential. But you chose to write a non-fiction book. What encouraged you?”

1) Author #1 : Gilbert Van Kerckhove

My topic is a broad investigation of environmental issues. This cannot be fiction.

2) Author #2:  Mike Kowis

I write nonfiction books to help my fellow authors and college instructors. To me, writing nonfiction is just another form of teaching and I love teaching others (I teach a night class at the local college as a part-time job)!

3) Author #3: Kate Iroegbu

The fact that my opening up to share my story will connect more to my readers and also believe that they can also overcome their life hurdles just the way I did.

4) Author #4: Umm Sulaim

The nonfiction books I have authored have been spurred by the prominence of misinformation and disinformation on the topics. The nonfiction books I authored were thoroughly researched, objective, and provided hitherto uncommon knowledge on the topics.

5) Author #5: Ken Johnson

Fiction authors tend to write about how things could, or should, be. I like to tell how things truly are. For me, non-fiction can sometimes be wilder than fiction. Some of the things I write about, most people would never believe it if I had written it as fiction.

6) Author #6: Debby Gies

I’ve always been a truth teller and a sharer of stories of my observations. When I wrote my first book, it was from a compilation of years of journaling about my life growing up with a narcissistic mother. Putting that book together became like a cathartic release. From that book forward, I wanted to continue talking about real life situations I encountered and overcame, wanting to share my experiences in hopes that others may be enlightened. I chose not to disguise my stories in fiction, but to share my truth openly.


7) Author #7:  Pratima Nagaraj

I chose to write non-fiction over fiction because it helped me keep the protagonist/character very real. I felt this is very essential, especially in the self-help genre as real-life characters can truly inspire and motivate the readers to bring in changes into their own lives. I wanted my readers to think – “If she can do it, I can do it too”

I write nonfiction books because I truly believe that truth is stranger than fiction, and my educational background is in both journalism and English literature which is perfect training for a nonfiction writer. But I do go to great lengths to protect the reputations of people who are still living, often by changing their names or by not using a last name.

9) Author #9: Errol Baptiste

I chose to write a non-fiction book due to my past experience as a former anti-apartheid activist and an experienced anti-racist campaigner also got a background in International Law as a student in my fondest memory at Middlesex University had the unique opportunity to spend a semester abroad at the University of Cape Town in South Africa during the Academic Year of 1997/1998.


10) Author #10: Edna Cane-Swannepoel

I wanted to speak about my life. Let people know, things can change.

11) Author #11: Kristalen Babb

My life and how my mom raised me set the roots to wanting to write my book. I felt I needed to be heard for the ones who have a similar paths as me.

12) Author #12) Steve Wilson

Didn’t want people to make the same mistakes I did.

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