About Isabelle Esling:
Isabelle Esling has spent the last decade as a music journalist. She has interviewed some of the best talent in the music business, including Proof of D12. In 2012, Isabelle released her first book, EMINEM and the Detroit Rap Scene: White Kid in a Black Music World; instantly becoming a National Bestseller.
Today, Isabelle is pursuing a new path. Her aim is to help others develop a conscience of the momentum and to enjoy life to the fullest, as she shares her own personal experiences, meditation and visualization techniques that has impacted her own life. Isabelle’s exploration of mind and body allows the reader to reach inner stillness, peacefulness and a joyful outlook on life. Her books are remarkable and helpful tools for anyone with an open mind for change.
The author’s 9th opus is entitled ” An Encounter with Yeshua”. Available on Amazon kindle and Lulu, in both e-book and paperback format, the non-fictional work depicts the author’s amazing encounter with Yeshua our Messiah (Jesus of Nazareth). This is her true testimony to the world that our Lord is alive.
What inspires you to write?
I am a writer by passion. I usually write about subjects that interest me. I am very eclectic: I have many subjects of interest. I have been a music journalist for 10 years and I have written two musical biographies, but I also worked on romans, fiction and non fiction.
Tell us about your writing process.
I usually choose a calm Cafe to write on my different topics. I write all my stuff on paper before putting it on WORD. This gives me time to perfect and to re-think.
About the fictional work I have written, a lot of my characters do exist in real life, but I mask them and modify them a little bit. I also modify their names, but as an author I still recognize them.
For Fiction Writers: Do you listen (or talk to) to your characters?
I put myself into their skin while writing the story. I am literally feeling what I am writing.
What advice would you give other writers?
I would tell them to always believe in themselves, regardless of the critics. There will always be critics. Keep going, keep writing. One becomes a writer by writing.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
As a music journalist, after 10 years of working on the Detrout hip hop scene, releasing my first book on Eminem and the Detroit scene was a logical step. After that, I published 8 more books on very different subjects. I wanted to write with my heart, about things I love and share it with my audience.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
I do think that books have a future. People will always be thirsty to read and to discover other new writers.
Books are a wonderful (and cheap) way to dream and travel. Everybody needs to escape every day reality. Books allow this escape, any time.
What genres do you write?: music biographies, biographies, romans, self-development, religion, fiction and non-fiction
What formats are your books in?: eBook, Print, Both eBook and Print
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