Interview with inspirational writer Robert Chomany

guest is inspirational writer Robert (BawB) Chomany. He’s talking a bit about
his newest compilation titled, BawB’s
Raven Feathers.

(BawB) Chomany is the author of the BawB’s Raven Feathers award-winning series,
which are pure and simple inspirational books. He was born in Calgary, Alberta,
with a clear view of the mountains to the west. These mountains eventually drew
BawB in, and he spent many years living in the company of nature, exploring his
spiritual side.
Welcome, BawB, please tell us about
your current release.
The current
release is Vol V of a five volume series, Series One is now a boxed set.
What inspired you to write this book?
Universe was becoming too full of negative energy, I felt a need to throw in
some smiles and inspiration to help people look forward to their tomorrows.
Are you
prepared each day for what life brings,
or do you
wait with bated breath?
Are you
calm enough to let things slide,
or do they
turn into life and death?
It’s so
much easier to just put on a smile
and accept
what we cannot control.
Life is
short, but when the days seem long,
it’s better
to let things roll.
What exciting story are you working on
Series Two,
Vol VI
When did you first consider yourself a
After Vol I
my editor called me a writer, I am still not comfortable with the title, its
like a wool sweater, it fits, but it’s itchy.
Do you write full-time? If so, what’s
your work day like? If not, what do you do other than write and how do you find
time to write?
I write an
inspirational rhyming quote every morning (Mon to Fri) and a blog page every
couple of weeks, I am up each morning at 0500 and have a routine; I put the
coffee on, let my dog Levi out then share a morning smile. The rest of my day
is spent on marketing follow ups, creating new contacts, and physically popping
in to the stores that carry my books, it means the world to me to share a smile
with the people that have welcomed me into their stores.
What would you say is your interesting
writing quirk?
I can’t
play an instrument but I am concerned with the flow of my rhymes, it’s like
they have a “beat” from start to finish and I drive my editor crazy trying to
keep it flowing.
As a child, what did you want to be
when you grew up?
Older… and
now that I am, I still don’t know what I want to b.
Anything additional you want to share
with the readers?
Never give
up on your dreams, keep your goals real and obtainable and you will always meet
with success.

Thank you, BawB!

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