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Gabriela Santos is a fearless women who wants to get revenge for the death of her father. But in order for her to do that, she has to take down one of the most powerful men in the world by any means necessary. Will she stand by her principles or put her faith in the justice system one last time?
- Listing ID: 11658
- Author's Name: Anna Lyuma
- Your Email Address: email@example.com
- About the Author: Anna Lyuma is the youngest child of Esther and Nowel Lyuma. She is family oriented and loves watching football and crime series in her spare time. Her love for baking is something she got from her mom and loves when she gets to learn new recipes.
- URL of the book's purchase link: https://www.amazon.com/Survivor-Anna-Lyuma-ebook/dp/B0BFBS2F48/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?keywords=Survivor+by+Anna+Lyuma&qid=1663956562&sr=8-1
- Genre: Fiction
- Titles of All Books: Survivor
- 1. Did you love reading books when you were little? Why or why not?: As a child I did not love reading books. I was more into watching wrestling.
- 2. At what age did you start reading books? What were your best memories of that time?: I started reading books at the age of 12. What I used to find fascinating was that by reading a book you could be completely transported into your own imaginary world where you could clearly picture even the smallest of details that you would normally ignore in a movie. It was amazing how my mind could create such a picture formed by words only.
- 3. What was the first book you loved reading? Why?: Seriously Norman by Chris Raschka. I just loved the humor in the book.
- 4. When did you first think about writing your first book? Why?: When I was 14. I used to watch a telenovela called 'My Heart Beats For Lola' and I was completely fascinated by the story telling. I knew that I wanted to write stories that can bring happiness into people's lives the same way the telenovela made my life happy.
- 5. What was the greatest obstacle you've encountered when you were writing your book? What made you overcome it?: I had a writer's block at the end of chapter 4. I already knew how the book was going to end when I was writing the first chapter. I just didn't know how I was going to get to that ending. So I wrote one sentence for each chapter describing the main focus of the specific chapter and use that as guides to get to the end of the book.
- 6. What pieces of advice can you give aspiring authors? What worked for you?: If you have an idea and you're busy in that moment, write it down and come back on it when you work on your book. Sometimes it's hard to remember a certain idea that you had at a time. If you're brain refuses to focus or come up with ideas, stop writing. You'd rather have a masterpiece that took some time than have the worst kind of book out there because you pressured yourself when it wasn't flowing naturally.
- 7. Who are the authors or what are the books that had the greatest influence in your own writing? Why?: I liked how Lexy Timms always ended her books with Clift hangers and I wanted to do to the exact same thing. It builds more anticipation for the next book because people want to know what is going to happen next.
- 8. What are your current or future writing plans? What can readers further expect from you?: Readers can expect a series of Survivor books because I love how this is just book one. I can't wait to write the next series of the book.
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