Friday, September 23, 2016

Interview With Author David Dayan

Priceless Wisdom

1.      What inspired you to write your book? My desire to share the essential lessons I’ve learned throughout my life.  Priceless Wisdom ensures that these lessons live on, and encourages future generations to live a better, more fulfilling life.

2.      What is it about? Priceless Wisdom focuses on what truly matters in life—not material wealth, but the friends and family you have. 

3.      What do you hope will be the everlasting thoughts for readers who finish your book? I hope readers will feel inspired to live fully, think differently about “true success,” appreciate what they have, and look for the good in everything.

4.      What advice do you have for writers? I would challenge anyone – writer or not – to follow their heart, and focus on what they are truly passionate about.  As a writer, you want your readers to connect with you as a person and the message you are trying to convey.  Your best voice is your own.

5.      Where do you think the book publishing industry is heading? The digital world has impacted almost everything in our lives, including publishing.  Only time will tell if printed books remain popular, but what will always endure is the vital importance of the written word.

6.      What challenges did you have in writing your book? In writing Priceless Wisdom, I had so much I wanted to say. It is easy to overthink and lose focus on the key messages you are trying to get across, when really you should just relax and enjoy the ride.    

7.      If people can only buy one book this month, why should it be yours? Although I have a deep appreciation for all kinds of literature, I love practical books that you can use every day. It’s exciting to think about readers waking up each morning with Priceless Wisdom’s real-life experiences, lessons, and values to help them navigate life’s challenges.

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