Nanowrimo Spotlight: Whatever you choose, as long as it’s not obscene

December 2, 2014

Greetings again, friends and followers. After a great November, I’m resting and recovering, but I have one more spotlight interview to share with you, from Sahar Sabati. Sahar has one blog here, and another for reviews.

Have you participated in Nanowrimo before?
I did NaNoWriMo twice, in 2008 and in 2014.

What are you writing about this year?
I started working on the sequel of my book, Spirit Within Club. It is a coming of age story following seven years in the life of a growing group of friends from the age of 10 to 17 as they figure out what their contributions to the betterment of their school, their families, their neighborhoods, and the world can be.

What is your favorite book – you have to pick just one!
This is always a difficult question to answer! At the moment I would say that Shoghi Effendi’s God Passes By is my favourite book.

What advice would you give to all your fellow Wrimos?
I would suggest to jump into it and make the most of an experience that is bound to make you a better member of the writing community.

Sneaky Ninja question! How will you know when you’ve reached success as a writer?
I write as a way to inspire personal and community development. I have reached success in that many of those who have read my books have reached out to me to tell me how my book has had a positive influence in their lives. Read the rest of this entry »

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