About Gabriella Kovac:
I was born in Hungary, just after the Second World War had drawn to a close. I lived through the Hungarian uprising against the Communists in 1956, and remember vividly Russian tanks under our bedroom window. Through the genius of my mother Georgina. My family managed to leave the Communist block and come to Australia in 1957. I am an experienced public speaker, fashion designer and cook Throughout my life I have been inspired by my mother’s amazing tenacity on outsmarting the Nazis and Communists and winning!. Her zest for life motivated me to write Georgina Holocaust stories
What inspires you to write?
I was always fascinated by my mother’s incredible ability to always say exactly the right thing at the right time..Her ability to win. So I had this urge to share her inspirational story with others.
Tell us about your writing process.
With Georgina Holocaust Survival Stories the story just run itself as a memory.
With “ Fierce Courage” I outlined each chapter and what it should have.
I think each book has its own way of coming to life and it is up to the author to work out how to bring it to life.
For Fiction Writers: Do you listen (or talk to) to your characters?
I most definitely talk to my characters, If they are real to me than they would be real to my readers.
What advice would you give other writers?
Do not let anyone pull you down .Just say “NEXT” and keep creating.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
My first book “Magic Drafting” a technical book was published by a publisher. I was not hoppy with them.
This time I thought it was best to self publish on Amazon. This way I have control of my books.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
I think Amazon has changed the world of publishing for the better.
What genres do you write?: I like to write inspirational books to help and uplift my readers. It is even more powerfull if it is a true story or based on truth
What formats are your books in?: eBook, Print, Both eBook and Print
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