Q: If you are the same as the characters in the book and receive the message "Never go to the cellar!" and face the mysterious cellar, would you choose to go into the cellar? Why? A: Yes, because I've always wondered what the hidden secrets are. Q: Have you ever had any kind of adventure? How did you feel at the time? What happened? A: My most wonderful big adventure was in 1982 in Ivory Coast, Africa full of ants. I was full of Magnan ants in great numbers, and it was a very delicate moment. Q: Was your childhood dream to be a writer or storyteller? When did you first start writing? What was the theme of the first story you created? What does writing mean to you? A: I didn't know that being a writer was a profession, I didn't even know I could make a living out of it. I write all the time, and writing is fun for me. My childhood dream was to be an inventor: inventing machines, spaceships, and technology, but I didn't consider myself a storyteller.
The first story I wrote when I was eight years old Photo Restoration Service was The Adventures of the Flea. I used four pages to tell the story of a flea climbing a man like a mountaineer, and the flea was the narrator. It starts at the feet, climbs the socks, the calves, reaches the navel, climbs to the neck side of the skull, and ends up in the jungle where it befriends the lice - human hair. Writing is my favorite form of expression, through which I organize my thoughts and the way I create the world. Q: How has your experience as a reporter influenced your writing? As a writer, what is your daily life like? What do you think is the hardest and best part of being a writer? A: When I was a journalist, I had access to high-end scientists, which allowed me to produce high-quality output. As a writer, my job is to go to the coffee shop every morning from 8:30 to 12:00 to write, and I'm here right now.
My happiest time of day is around 11am, which is when I write fastest and most intensively, but I have trouble explaining why. Q: When writing a new book, where do you habitually start? How do you get inspiration? A: My stories usually start with 10-page short stories inspired by conversations with friends (usually scientists). Q: How would you describe your ideal utopia? What is the most important of them? A: The ideal utopia in my mind is a world in which we live in harmony with plants and animals in nature, without violence, a world in which we no longer operate in conflict or confrontation mode. Currently, we seem to think that conflict and confrontation are the way to make things happen, but my dream is a world where we can operate everything with high-quality, effective communication. This article is published with the permission of Readmoo , the original text is published here