Interview with the author
Hello, recently I reviewed the book of Peter gray, named Awakening. You can check it on my profile to
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1. Tell us about yourself.
I also want to communicate social justice issues, but it mostly subtly done. Often time, I will reveal injustices against the character to cause a sudden reaction from the reader. For instance, in “Far from Home: Book One” the main character, Detective Varon, is fearful of the police department discovering his Jewish ethnicity, or the racial inequality when another investigator is causing severe injury to a coloured man to retrieve information for his case. I want to talk about racial inequality, feminism issues, LGBT issues, or the treatment of women in the nineteenth century (and present day). As a society we have come a long way, but there are still changes that need to be done to improve the lives of all individuals. A pen gives me the power to shed light on the failings of our society, but it can also relish in the power of love, freedom, and individualism. I believe I was put on the earth for the purpose of becoming a writer, and I want to make sure I use my time well, even if that means publishing multiple stories to get my point across. If I have impacted a single reader in a positive way than I believe I have done something right in this world. Thank you for taking the time to ask me these questions, and I hope that I shed a little bit of light on my writing philosophies and life as an author.