About Miguel D’Addario:
Miguel D’Addario is Italian, born in Buenos Aires.
He is PhD in Social Communication from the Complutense University of Madrid. University professor and writer. Author of books of Poetry, Prose and Short Story.
To training level is author of educational books, of varying levels and topics.
As Ontological Coach personnel and Educational has published self-help books and personal development.
What inspires you to write?
Write arises from an inner need, to transmit knowledge, an emotion or histora. The inspiration becomes a vocation, his own destiny, a role in life. It infers the talent, perseverance and desire to continue writing and make themselves known. The daily experiences, whether good or bad will lead to reflection and myself can translate this resulting in letters, stories, poems, stories and writings.
Tell us about your writing process.
There have been different ways my ways; methods agree that without any profession is viable, because it would lose its way. With writing is the same. Personally, as I am a teacher, use delineation systems, the general idea is born, the title and then developing the content and where the final message will be directed. I also use sketches and drawings, or written notes and fragments when the subject is very extensive. Previously, paper and pen were allies, the computer is now much wider, has more support in the concepts or definitions, helps imagined writing further expand its range of vocabulary and the idea in general.
For Fiction Writers: Do you listen (or talk to) to your characters?
Yes, it is possible that the characters manifest. In “The Devs report” many characters and dialogue are appearing one has imagined and talked among them are transcribed, and that is nothing more than self in an interior monologue. However in “alien Dossier” I’m writing now, is one central character and everything revolves around him, the more dialogue going on in the interview to extraterrstre. But whenever there is dialogue characters, one imagines they speak, they say, to laugh or cry.
What advice would you give other writers?
Above all, one of the things that I noticed is that they want to make money (much) when they are deciding to publish or being published. And the best thing is to think that just write-publishing, writing-publishing, anyway, even though they themselves have to pay-at start-, and so on until the results appear.
Be genuine, if what you do is genuine and will better readers say favorable things because hard work will go noticing.
Not to exitismo. Success also has as components: failure, perseverance, and optimism.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
Experiences (unfavorable) from other publications, both with several publishers in the world, as own issues. Their results made me think as an independent. The publishing world is complex, even an author who sold thousands of books have drawbacks when it comes to royalties.
There is a self-imposed publishing independent, everyone today lives in internet networks, both social and state and private; and publish and keep on a shelf in a bookstore today is very difficult and not very expansive. The web is the future of literature.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
Add to what was said in the previous question. The future is in the web, paper books will be for coleccionaistas or only educational books. In short, read a book in various formats, as they appear new formats, will be an ordinary action. In fact, when I teach not use paper books, but I teach my classes with books in PDF that I see on my computer. The eBook is the future of literature, publication, today more people surf the Net libraries in paper libraries. And publishers are already adapting to the situation.
What do you use?: Dictated and got transcribed, Professional Cover Designer
What genres do you write?: Autoayuda. Ciancia Ficción. Poesía. Educativos.
What formats are your books in?: eBook, Print, Both eBook and Print
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