Saturday, December 28, 2013

Author Interview - Sandy Nathan @sandyonathan

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What’s your greatest character strength?

I’m tough and I finish what I start. Actually, I’m driven until I finish what I start. Compulsive, they call it. Like a pit bull clamped down on the mailman’s leg.

What’s your weakest character trait?

I worry like crazy. Lack of trust, I guess. Given ten possible outcomes, I assume the worst will happen, and when it does, no one will help me. This doesn’t happen, but it’s always in the back of my mind.

Why do you write?

I can’t help it. I’ve always written academically or professionally, but in 1993 I had a personal disaster. After working like crazy to heal myself for two years, I had a gigantic transcendent experience, which left the plot of a book in my mind. A series, actually, which was delivered in an instantaneous inner experience. That happened in 1995. I haven’t been able to stop writing since. I’ve got two series going and a couple of miscellaneous books.

Have you always enjoyed writing?

No. I used to enjoy waterskiing and riding my horse more. I’ve always written; I had to in school and at work. I didn’t start writing as a full time profession until 1995.

What motivates you to write?

Words bang around inside my head until I let them out. That’s my daily experience. What’s behind the words is a desire to save the world, elevate consciousness, and heal everyone. I’m giving it my best shot. Looking at the news, I don’t seem to be having much success.

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Genre – Metaphysical Science Fiction

Rating – R

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