About sadashivan nair:
Each day is new day because new day has new lessons to teach” And “There is no better teacher than ‘yesterday’. My philosophy is to learn from lessons what failure teaches me. So I am never scared of “Failure”. “You will not understand the value of success without experiencing failure”. All these days a major point I learned is: “Sun burns self to give us light, nevertheless, it is strong. Signifies, sacrifice doesn’t weaken but makes us strong”. “Strong does not mean showing muscles or power. The power is surviving even in pain.” The happening in life taught me “Stay positive even when negative rules.” “What you see is not always true, you have to feel and perceive for that.” We have one life, why not we do something for society. I end this biography by reflecting my quote: “Life is a path towards destiny; you have to move alone…. Many thorns in your path may interrupt…. Don’t worry is temporary phase, come and go…. But strengthen you….. Give you courage to overcome and continue next stage journey.
What inspires you to write?
Sometimes things happen totally opposite to our expectations, but when we look back after a decade or so, that happened was more appropriate to our life. The experiences and occurrences inspired me to write, we should not forget positive is hidden behind negative. A door within negative opens towards bright light.
Tell us about your writing process.
I am now 62 years of age my past experiences and the confronting incidences drive me to share through writing. I use Microsoft word and the stored information i mind help me write
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I had been writing stories for over 30 years. Firstly I submitted the true stories of child labor, Unwanted humans, plight informal sectors workers to concerned authorities like UN, respective Governments, I.L.O, I never had a plan to publish and book, however, many a times in Google+ and Pinterest followers suggested to write book. One day I came across create space while browsing websites. It was an opening door for books writing
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
I have a plan to write a book on aged people and their sufferings. I had wrote and copy righted this story title ‘Dry Leaves’
Doing some more research by meeting aged for more information.
What genres do you write?: social issue, love, romance, relationship, philosophy, poetry, poems, poverty, child labor,
What formats are your books in?: Both eBook and Print
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