About Irina Bilan:
Irina Bilan is an author of several books for children (“The Green Tulip”, “The Magic Crystal”. There has been also published a book for adults “The Excursions”.
Irina Bilan lives and works in Kiev, Ukraine.
Her books, and creativity in general, are full of love of beauty and nobility. The heroes of her books are always kind, sincere and brave. The Irina Bilan’s books are easy to read, engaging the reader with a fast-paced storyline from the first lines and making you wonder at an unexpected, spectacular denouement.
What inspires you to write?
Irina Bilan is inspired by the beauty of the surrounding world, wildlife, by the desire to preserve this beauty and pass it on to next generations. She is inspired by love, kindness, fortitude, that occurs in life. She is also inspired by children's smiles, their sincerity and responsiveness. Irina Bilan is inspired by the desire and willingness of kids to make this world a better place. It is very important not to not to crush that desire but to develop and encourage. She is inspired by the sparkles of nobility in children's hearts. It is essential to save them either for us or our future.
Tell us about your writing process.
First comes the idea of what I would like to write. Then the heroes appear and events begin to develop. Meanwhile the original plot almost always changes, the new plot twists and heroes appear. Therefore, the process of writing is always very exciting!
How did you decide how to publish your books?
The decision to publish books appeared immediately when the first short stories were written.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
Books for adults will increasingly go into electronic format (e-books). Children's paper books with colorful illustrations will still be popular. But the e-books for children will also become more and more popular.
What genres do you write?: Illustrated Fairy Tale for Kids
What formats are your books in?: eBook
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