Being from London himself, and having lived in a number of countries, he has adapted many ideologies and cultural traits to bring you his series of enlightening and unique Personal Development and Self Help books.
He has written eleven books in this genre, as well as five other books in different genres.
A prolific writer, he is honoured and proud to bring you The Secrets of Successful Living series of books.
A modern day Visionary and Philosopher, he invites you to join him in the unique world of Personal Growth, where you take the journey inwards and discover the wonder of who you truly are …
What inspires you to write?
A desire to help as many people as possible.
Being a Psychotherapist is all about helping people find resolution, so with my books, I aim to help as many people as possible to find the solutions they are looking for.
There's nothing like giving a part of yourself in the pursuit of helping others, and the greatest personal validation you can receive, is to know you have changed someone's life for the better.
That is my motivation and Inspiration to write book after book.
What authors do you read when you aren’t writing?
I love the classical writers of English Literature having studied them when I was younger.
I think my favourite writer is George Orwell because I like his style of writing and what he stands for as a writer and as a man.
Gone but not forgotten!
Tell us about your writing process.
If I write non fiction, I usually have a plan and layout of the book and chapters.
Then I write usually from the first chapter and just follow through from chapter to chapter.
Fiction is a little different as you never know exactly what you'll write and why!
You have an overall idea, but it's much more fluid and flexible depending on your mood and ideas at the time.
Plus you tend to rewrite a lot when you go over a piece of fiction.
But having studied English Literature also at school and college, I enjoy the whole writing process based on the main principles of writing.
For Fiction Writers: Do you listen (or talk to) to your characters?
You always listen to and talk to your characters.
They are with you always.
They live in your head!!
What advice would you give other writers?
Always write and never give up.
If you can, do a writing course to help you.
Or study some of the greats and learn how to write BEFORE you engage in writing a book.
Preparation is the key!!
How did you decide how to publish your books?
Always contact a publisher and listen to the feedback.
You learn a lot from other people.
Especially experts in the field.
You can always self publish and be fully involved in the whole process.
A mix of both is probably best, as you have support from a publisher and you also learn the basics yourself.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
Books are something special and will always be a part of our lives.
Ebooks are much more practical of course, and you can read many books on one device, but they will never replace books.
That's my opinion of course!
What genres do you write?: Non-fiction and Personal Development, Psychological Thrillers, Poetry, Motivational Quotes
What formats are your books in?: eBook, Print, Both eBook and Print
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