About Ramses M:
I’m a quadro-national (British-Irish-Egyptian-American), who’s spent the past five years travelling, building companies and writing. Several of my most recent projects involved Hip Hop, and since Hip Hop is such an important part in making me the person I am today, I decided to devote several months to documenting the “lessons in life, art and entrepreneurship learned from Hip Hop icons”.
The books are for people like me who aspire to Greatness, and use Hip Hop as part of their inspiration. It’s also for people who have on idea what Hip Hop is, or regard it as predominately negative. This book has changed many minds on the matter.
What inspires you to write?
There is a pleasure in crafting a story by bringing puzzle pieces together in an organized way, that I can’t accurately describe. The satisfaction from reading well-written prose, is unmathed.
Tell us about your writing process.
I begin writing with as little outside contribution as possible, and I try to finish whatever subject I am writing. Then I’ll search for sources (often dozens and dozens of sources) to add weight to the text and I’ll continue to edit and improve , re-writing the entire text as many times as needed.
What advice would you give other writers?
If you want to get paid from your writing make sure there is a market FIRST. So build a blog, write and see what gets a response, edit and repeat.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I self published because I didn’t want to deal with a publishing co.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
It will be more regulated in the future. Amazon and other co’s will want to hault copyright infringement and imporve the quality of books people publish.
What do you use?: Professional Editor, Professional Cover Designer
What genres do you write?: Non-fiction, biography, poetry
What formats are your books in?: Both eBook and Print
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