My expertise cuts across Systems, Analysis, Content, Research, Education and Development.
My Training as a Mechanical Engineer has been a tool to apply engineering principles for creating new mechanisms for Education and Community Development.
What inspires you to write?
Hmm . . . This is funny because I studied Mechanical Engineering as an undergraduate and I thought I could not write until I started summarizing class notes so that my colleagues and I have could have the essential points of the class notes.
So I would say my writing skill was developed because I was trying to solve the problem by making class notes easier to understand. I would find the missing piece of any complex computation or omit any unnecessary information to come up with concise materials that I could share with my colleagues.
This is why my writing has always been tilted towards solving a problem or bringing clarity to something that is misunderstood or not understood at all.
This was as far back as 2009.
This is what I have done with Re.Think CULTURE as well. I have tried as much as possible to tell the missing pieces we omit in CULTURE and try to edit the part that we have misunderstood.
What authors do you read when you aren’t writing?
Jordan B. Peterson
Tell us about your writing process.
I just sit down and write.
All my ideas are in my head and I ruminate them in my head before I start writing. I am not always short of what to write because I took my time to think about the ideas. This is a skill I got from reading the Bible and taking my time to understand every word.
What advice would you give other writers?
I would advise other writers to start from solving a genuine problem with writing.
No matter the genre, every writer must be able to use his/her craft to pass an idea or give a solution to a problem.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
Amazon is the best at selling books and it is just natural to publish on Amazon, get publicity on the platform before going into traditional or self publishing.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
The future of publishing is digital. There is no doubt about it. This means every writer should focus on building a self sustaining platform designed to promote and optimize the use of his/her published books.
What genres do you write?: Fiction and Non-Fiction
What formats are your books in?: Both eBook and Print
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