About the author: Mack Moore is an author with a unique story! This author is a virgin saving himself for marriage. Christ has given him the strength to remain a virgin. Only Jesus and His Word helped him get through years of depression. Now this author writes to help encourage others who are depressed and downtrodden by showing them how much Jesus loves them, whether they are saved or unsaved. He also writes to inform and teach believers about the Word of God and the importance of growing closer to Christ. He puts his heart into his work. So reading this book is like getting to know this author.
What inspires you to write?
God inspires me to write. The Holy Spirit gives me ideas and leads me to write powerful books. The books I write are to educate, and inspire people. However because of my writing style, being straight-forward, I can tend to be controversial at times.
Tell us about your writing process.
I am a bit unorthodox during the writing process. I pray before, during, and after the writing process. I tend to just write things down in no particular order. I get Ideas and write them down immediately so I won’t forget. The process for me starts disorganized and as I get closer to finishing a book, I tend to organize things and format how I want the book to look to the reader.
For Fiction Writers: Do you listen (or talk to) to your characters?
I don’t write Fiction.
What advice would you give other writers?
My advice is simple: be yourself. Whatever you like to write about, you do that. Don’t try to be like any other writer, but yourself. If you are a talented writer, no matter how long it takes, you will eventually draw an audience. Besides, if you try to write like someone popular, readers will notice and it’ll be hard for your own individual talents to shine.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I tried the self-publishing route first. I did it because I am working on a shoe-string budget and wanted to save money. With my second book I did try to shop it to publishers, but got rejected dozens of times, so I went back to the self-publishing way for my second book too. I’d advise new authors to explore book the traditional way and self-publishing to see what’s best for them. Although it’s hard for new authors to get a publishing deal, it does happen. So I’d say examine all publishing methods to see which one fits them best. Self-publishing is best for me, but traditional could be best for them.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
Honestly, I haven’t given it much thought til this question. I believe that the future of publishing is bright and it’s becoming easier for an author to get published. However, it’s still tough for authors to promote books, whether they are self-published or have a publishing deal. With that said, people still like to read, and where there are readers, there will always be good books to read.
What do you use?
Professional Cover Designer
What genres do you write?
Christian: Poetry, Academic, Bible Studies
What formats are your books in?
Both eBook and Print
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