May Spirituality/Religious Author Interview Answer #8 “It is difficult to market books to readers who don’t usually read spirituality/religious books. Yes or no?”

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So, the 8th question is “It is difficult to market books to readers who don’t usually read spirituality/religious books. Yes or no?”


1) Author #1 : Todd Johnson

I’ve had hard time to market my book do to financial funds and nince.


2) Author #2: Else Byskov 

Yes

3) Author #3:  Sandra Lott

To Yes, it is, but I believe I have been led to write all the books I have written. So, If indeed God gave them to me, then He in His time, not mine, will also lead me to the right avenues, or lead the people who need to read my books, to them. You focus on your passion to write and not on book sales, you are a lot happier.


4) Author #4:  Sharon Farber 

I don’t know. I’ve never marketed a book before. My publisher, agent, and I are marketing the book to people who are interested in spirituality and mediumship.


5) Author #5:  Mitch Gannon

Yes. Some people feel turned off my spirituality/religious books because of how they grew up with organized faith and religion. My book is for anyone, whether atheist, agnostic, or a follower of a religion.


6) Author #6:  Hemal Radia

The aim would be to target it to someone who is seeking this and at least open to it. Even if someone doesn’t read spirituality books but have a desire and openness then the right book and information will land in their lap, which is what I often hear about in relation to my book. I hear stories of people who have manifested their 12mth goals in 1 month after reading this book and lots of other inspiring stories. So even if someone isn’t usually a spiritual reader they still have desires and if they have an open mind then a spiritual book that shows them how could open up a world they had no idea of before. That is also what I aimed for when I originally wrote my book… that if someone was open-minded and wanted this information but was very new to it they could still enjoy it and learn it from my book. The aim was to write it in a loving, warm, gentle, reassuring, soothing and supportive style which brings alive someone’s spirit in transforming their life.


7) Author #7:  Brina Tharishinee

I guess, it is!


8) Author #8: Barry Rice

Yes. However, when the writer begins their writing by relating to concerns that the reader may be searching for, and the title leads the reader to be curious, i.e., The Power and Blessings Of A Sunrise, getting the potential reader to purchase has overcome the reluctance of some conceivable buyers/readers.


9) Author #9: Chris Batts

Yes. I’d like to reach as many people as possible.


10) Author #10: Syl Sabastian

No, not particularly. One simply has to shift the point of connection to one which is Relevant and Pertinent to them, and then move them from there in steps to where you are at.


11) Author #11: Donald Smith

I can’t say yes or no because I truly don’t know

12) Author #12:  Rabjot

No. The quality of the content should be good and that will be enough.

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May Spirituality/Religious Author Interview Answer #7 “What do you primarily aim to acheive with your book?”

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So, the 7th question is “What do you primarily aim to acheive with your book?”


1) Author #1 : Todd Johnson

I hope to make a awareness and difference in this area.


2) Author #2: Else Byskov 

My primary aim is to spread the word about the spiritual science of Martinus

3) Author #3:  Sandra Lott

To draw people close to the Lord, to help them understand His love a little more and to help those in need of healing to receive it or discover how priceless they are in God’s eyes.


4) Author #4:  Sharon Farber 

I want people who would like to communicate with loved ones in spirit to know that it’s possible to learn how to do so. I want to make the paths of beginner and intermediate mediums, especially those who didn’t experience spontaneous contact with spirit people, smoother and easier than mine was. I wrote the book I wish I’d been able to read when I started my development.


5) Author #5:  Mitch Gannon

To help people begin to see there is a Higher Power (God) at work in our world and when we question and clear our beliefs that cause us suffering and pain, we understand not only our lives better by feeling freer, calmer, and peaceful, but also God better. Recovery from eating disorders and addictions of any kind is extremely challenging but I have found that when asking for assistance from God and through the process of self-inquiry we can be free.


6) Author #6:  Hemal Radia

Initially it was in response to the calling from people who wanted to have a book from me so they could transform their lives (and be happier). The book has led to awareness of me and the desire for people to want to work with me and/or attend my webinars to more deeply transform their lives and manifest their desires.


7) Author #7:  Brina Tharishinee

I just find the whole idea of rebirth overwhelming so I thought it would be good to project a fiction out of it.


8) Author #8: Barry Rice

My purpose, hope and aim is to lead others to see and understand that God presents Himself to all of us, every day, disguised as a sunrise (a sunrise to be seen in spite of clouds of confusion, worry, financial hardship and more). With each sunrise God sends His immense love, power, blessings and opportunities to enjoy His bounty. When the reader understands how to build their bridge over any potential obstacles on the way to enjoying their vision, they, too, can feel the hope and purpose for their future. Their bridge will be supported by the strong pillars of their vision, willingness and commitment.


9) Author #9: Chris Batts

I’d like to reach anyone who is struggling and let them know that if they’re here, they have a purpose.


10) Author #10: Syl Sabastian

To Share and raise Awareness of the topics, issues and Concepts elucidated within our works.


11) Author #11: Donald Smith

That my message will inspire people to fill Jesus Christ

12) Author #12:  Rabjot

To inspire life everywhere.

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May Spirituality/Religious Author Interview Answer #6 “Did you use references from other sources/facts/science when writing your book?”

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So, the 6th question is “Did you use references from other sources/facts/science when writing your book?”


1) Author #1 : Todd Johnson

I went on line to look up the statistics of Fatherlessness and what the bible would say.


2) Author #2: Else Byskov 

Yes, the Bible – especially The New Testament

3) Author #3:  Sandra Lott

Yes I do. Whenever I write on a topic dealing with health, legal or different places I research it. I want everything I include in my books to be factual. I research and list the references I use.


4) Author #4:  Sharon Farber 

I wrote the book from my own personal experience and training with just a few references quoted.


5) Author #5:  Mitch Gannon

No.


6) Author #6:  Hemal Radia

My journey has been the culimination of many years of information as well as experience at that time distilled into the words for the reader to impress upon their mind to transform their live (and happiness).


7) Author #7:  Brina Tharishinee

My book mainly focussed on a sunken Hindu kingdom of the ancient India which did happen, in fact. And I incorporated the Olai Chuvadi (ancient science of Palmyra astrology) into the book too. So yeah, a little zest of history and science!


8) Author #8: Barry Rice

1 Scripture and I researched anecdotes that added greater understanding (and, a bit of levity) to my book.


9) Author #9: Chris Batts

No, just the source and facts of my own life.


10) Author #10: Syl Sabastian

No. Not in general. Occasionally maybe. Our Spirituality is founded on such a comprehensive platform there’s no need and merely serves to distract. There’s more to it than that. The A+ Philosophy is founded on *Self-Evident* Sensibility. Part of this Sensibility is to not rely on quotes of others, but to make Learning and Knowledge one’s own, to get to that point where we quote ourself. Unless we make Knowledge fully our own, it’s never really Real, and neither are we. If we’re always quoting others, we life *their* lives, not our own.


11) Author #11: Donald Smith

No not all, I was just writing my personal journey from atheism to Christianity

12) Author #12:  Rabjot

Yes

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May Spirituality/Religious Author Interview Answer #5 “Did your faith helped you through the writing and publishing process?”

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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.


2) Author #2: Else Byskov 

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

Yes

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May Spirituality/Religious Author Interview Answer #4 “Have you felt called in some way to write a book on a given topic?”

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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

Yes

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May Spirituality/Religious Author Interview Answer #3 “Any particular reason you elected to write under that genre?”

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So, the 3rd question is “Any particular reason you elected to write under that genre?”


1) Author #1 : Todd Johnson

Well not really I just figured my book is a spiritual self help non fiction book.


2) Author #2: Else Byskov 

I was impressed by the overwhelming logic of Martinus spiritual science and wanted to share it

3) Author #3:  Sandra Lott

It as a passion that grew in me when I was saved; almost as if it chose me.


4) Author #4:  Sharon Farber 

I wrote a spiritual book because I was compelled to share my experience in mediumship and dispel the belief that it is only for a unique few.


5) Author #5:  Mitch Gannon

Yes. The spiritual genre has always been a personal interest of mine and helping others through my personal experiences in spirituality is a passion I hold.


6) Author #6:  Hemal Radia

Because it resonated with me and at the time my soul was lit up in wanting to share it… I had been asked by many to write a book as they were inspired by my quotes on social media and it felt right to share what I did in my book.


7) Author #7:  Brina Tharishinee

Not really. I like exploring different genres and Janma Antare happens to be my first under spirituality. My other books are based on clairvoyance, romance, the Eastern Illuminati. So yeah!


8) Author #8: Barry Rice

God has abundantly filled my life with blessings and opportunities, in spite of the minor inconveniences of Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, early-life heart quadruple bypass, temporary financial setback, divorce and everyday daily circumstances that could forestall my forward movement . . . if I allowed them.


9) Author #9: Chris Batts

My book is a memoir about my spiritual experience, so it makes sense to write a book where spirituality is the theme. My book is “Boom! The Life and Times of a Suicide Near Death Experiencer”, available on Amazon.


10) Author #10: Syl Sabastian

It’s my life. Everything I do is influenced by my Spirituality, which is a deep, comprehensive and cohesive Philosophy, called the A+ Philosophy. It infuses everything I do and write, even my fiction.


11) Author #11: Donald Smith

Because I think people are searching for answers in the wrong place an my personal story of struggles will help people because it’s real

12) Author #12:  Rabjot

I did not decide that. It gradually happened over a period of time

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May Spirituality/Religious Author Interview Answer #2 “Do you hide the scriptures in your book or not fully quote in order to accommodate everyone including those who are not of your faith with the aim of delivering the message?”

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So, the 2nd question is “Do you hide the scriptures in your book or not fully quote in order to accommodate everyone including those who are not of your faith with the aim of delivering the message?”


1) Author #1 : Todd Johnson

I am to put the word out there like the rest of the book is written.


2) Author #2: Else Byskov 

Spiritual science is not faith based

3) Author #3:  Sandra Lott

No I do not. The Word of God says “if anyone is ashamed of Me and My words,the Son of Man will be ashamed of them when He comes in His glory and in the glory of the Father and of the holy angels.” I write for the glory of God, not man. It is when God is glorified that people are touched and healed.


4) Author #4:  Sharon Farber 

I make no references to scriptures. Mediumship has been practiced for thousands of years on all continents and isn’t restricted to any one faith. If people have a problem with the concept of mediumship they’re unlikely to be reading my book.


5) Author #5:  Mitch Gannon

No. I do call God, “Higher Power”, “The Universe”, “Source”, or “Higher Self” and use all five interchangeably depending on the context through which I am speaking about.


6) Author #6:  Hemal Radia

When we speak from the place we are all from we all resonate regardless of the words we use… there is an inner awareness and familiarity to what is being shared. Some may not want to see it or refuse to see it and that is part of their journey at this time, which is fine. Others open to it will be lit up because they are hearing/reading what they have been searching for and gives them the confirmation and confidence about their life.


7) Author #7:  Brina Tharishinee

Well, I never quoted any verses from the holy scriptures. The whole idea is of course, to accommodate a large range of readers and not confined to just one faith.


8) Author #8: Barry Rice

I use only 1 Scripture to lead reader to understand my earlier feelings of rejection by God


9) Author #9: Chris Batts

My book is not about religion or related scriptures, but about my direct spiritual experience with God and angels.


10) Author #10: Syl Sabastian

I’ll quote scripture where Appropriate, but seldom do. Our Spirituality does not conflict with any religion, and is practicable by all and enhances their religious practice significantly.


11) Author #11: Donald Smith

No I just just give them one verse which happens to be my absolute favorite 2 Corinthians 5:7 I think that verse pretty much answers everything

12) Author #12:  Rabjot

I capture the essence of scriptures.

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