Are there any books or authors that inspired you to become a writer?
One author who has really inspired my writing journey is Mooji. When reading Mooji’s books I feel the experience rather than simply read a book. I wanted to bring the same feel to readers with my writing. I want readers to feel empowered within. This is the true power of knowledge. This is why I write non-fiction books of self-help, personal and spiritual development, and anything to help with someone’s ascension along life’s journey.
Does writing energize or exhaust you? Or both?
I feel energized when writing. I am always passionate about enlightening others to higher truths of life and bringing them through a personalized journey to understand those truths.
How many books have you written? Which is your favorite?
So far, I have written one book series called “The Mental Health Series”. This book series includes three books. The first book is titled “Conquer Stress: The Overthinker’s Guide to Peace and Happiness”, which is available for sale on amazon. The second book of the series is tilted “Your life, Your Way! The Go Getter’s Guide to Getting What You Want”, coming out in 2023, and the third book of the series is titled “Reclaim Your Power: The Art of Alleviating the Suffering That Comes with Life’s Struggle”, which is planned to release in 2024. Although I enjoy writing all my books, my favorite book to write was the third book in the series, “Reclaim Your Power”. It offers undeniable proof of SELF which is beyond mind.
How did you come up with the titles for your books?
I made each title for each book of the Mental Health Series clear and concise as to what the reader would learn and gain from reading the book.
What advice would you give to a writer working on their first book?
Do not overthink it. Your first draft will never be perfect. Go with the flow of what you feel to write and portray to your reader. You can always go over it afterwards and edit it. For starters just get your ideas down and as organized as possible. There is a lot involved with writing your first book. Don’t force it and take one step at a time. Let ideas come on their own, content will flow once you are relaxed and open for it to. Make writing an enjoyable process. This will reflect in your work.
What books do you enjoy reading?
I enjoy reading non-fiction, spiritual development, personal development, mind ascension, books about non-duality, and any other books that help with growth and ascension.
What books have you read more than once in your life?
I have too many to list, but to name a few: Before I Am by Mooji, The Impersonal Life by Joseph Benner, Conversations with God by Neale Donald Walsch, The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle, The Sermon on the Mount by Emmett Fox, I AM THAT: Talks with Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, There’s A Spiritual Solution to Every Problem by Wayne Dyer.
What do you like to do when you’re not writing?
When I am not writing I am reading and/or meditating. I am also passionate about enlightening others to the higher truths of life. My mission is to empower, inspire, and align people seeking spiritual growth and to provide them with the right knowledge and resources to make them consciously aware of their own power and potential, so they can live the life they truly desire and deserve.
As a child, what did you want to do when you grew up?
I always wanted to change people’s lives for the better. As a child, I did not know how or when this would happen, but I knew it was a passion building up within me. Come to find I did not have to know the way, or the how, or even the why. All that mattered is that I knew I wanted to help people feel good and empowered in their lives. Here I am many years later, a spiritual alignment specialist and author helping people to realize their true power and potential, leaving them inspired and empowered in life.
If you could be mentored by a famous author, who would it be?
If I could be mentioned by a famous author, it would be an honour to be mentioned by Mooji who has influenced my journey as an author, teacher, and spiritual being having a human experience, in a very powerful way.