Thursday, April 25, 2024

Interview with Author Daniel Nuss


1.      What inspired you to write this book?

Having a passionate drive to see the conservation of animals hard pressed me as I grew up. I speak for myself, when it comes to Africa's plight that should easily carve more of a place in my heart against the obliteration of wildlife. And it should have only left me more sensitive and appaulled at the poaching industry. We need to feel that way.


2.      What exactly is it about and who is it written for?

It's the broad depth and range of difficulty, obnoxiousness, and provocation that accompanies the field crew according to some that won't put it away during their work. Such attrition between the company of co-workers makes the other party snap on occasion from time to time. It's hard to believe, but the final result and target for an audience simply includes all of us, who could relate to such high-pitched fever.


3.      What do you hope readers will get out of reading your book?

I would hope they would learn what goes into conservation! Why they should support the cause that needs and requires all of us. In addition, by caring like we should in the proper way toward animals, we should be ferocious and daunting about being good stewards toward the animal race. 


4.      How did you decide on your book's title and cover design?

I wanted to use some title that evoked modesty and humility. And it would have to leave us where the characters was placed in the country that they worked during their careers. I've always loved the Acacia tree's involvement in the opening of the television series, "Nature," on PBS.


     5. What advice or words of wisdom do you have for fellow writers—other than run!?

Refrain from trivializing anything and being a notorious critic over so many things! Work diligently during the time that it's printed and you'll find how much effort can reward you! And for the sake of us all, don't listen to the pessimism accompanied by the world who would be happy to tell you you'll never succeed!

     6. What trends in the book world do you see—and where do you think the book publishing industry is heading?

All I know and from what I know would be is that the younger generations are heading toward the theme of gothic and dark literature. What it would fluctuate to the next interest is beyond me?

     7. Were there experiences in your personal life or career that came in handy when writing this book? 

Honestly, I wish there were those kinds of experiences. I know it may sound ridiculous to ask to participate or tag along when it came to Wildlife Conservation. Unless, I don't see the whole, big picture where people are allowed to tag along. If it boils down to being an apprentice to Wildlife Conservation that would be great!


   8. How would you describe your writing style? Which writers or books is your writing similar to?

I would hope that I initially allow suspense and action to gradually grow, so I can leave the reader impacted! If it all gravitated toward the Creme de la creme with a contagious impact that leaves the reader jarred from their seat!  


   9. What challenges did you overcome in the writing of this book?

I kept diligent for the most part when it came to marketing my novel, seeing that it was heard of at various outlets, however, there still is an expanse that I still need to cross over. That's going to be a hurdle!


   10. If people can buy or read one book this week or month, why should it be yours?

My book should be read concerning the ongoing plight of animal delinquency found not only in Tanzania, Africa, but other parts of the world. But when poachers finish with any type of animal, they'll only move to the next species to lead them into extinction!

About The Author: My untorn journey from the beginning leaves me in the field of Fine and Performing arts. An undisguised love interest for so long involves Commercial Art and writing as an author. And if the opportunity makes it available, I would also like to study film as well. But my book titled, "Trails of Africa," touches base with how Wildlife Conservation and how it impacts all of us, whether we'd like to admit it or not! The novel does have the accompaniment of unmitigated annoyance in the company of other obnoxious field crew members. All based on the reaction and behavior of others within their very midst.

A link to a website or social media page: This is where you will hear about my weak point. I do have an account with Facebook with my book posted. However, I'm still a beginner at social media and elementary at technology. I will also admit that I'm a deeply rooted introvert and avoid zoom and socials, but I do love writing answers to questions, questionnaires in my free time and surveys! I need to work on a website too! My book is advertised at Covenant Books. And my novel is sold at the websites of Walmart, Barnes & Noble and Amazon. 

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