Trafford welcomes Ricardo Gulminelli to Trafford Publishing Authorai??i??s Corner. In part one of his two-part series, Gulminelli shares with us his beliefs about the creation of writing and the effect writing has on the author.
A Writing Passion (Part 1)
By Ricardo Gulminelli
On April 20, 2013 I attended the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. I signed several copies of my first novel: Fraudulent Fertilisation. I traveled from the other side of the world (I live in Argentina) to experience something different and new. For an hour I was signing books and talking with people from various origins in a very friendly and affectionate way. I do not regret having made the effort to travel.
I think writers, -be they good or not-Ai??feel a sense of fatherhood in respect to their work. Parents love their children and want the best for them, they want their creations to be known and respected. As Carl Sagan said, Delivery himcocid through books we can contact exceptional beings from other epochs, we are nourished with their wisdom and we can generate new ideas and emotions.
Personally, writing fiction is like letting your imagination fly, leading to a disguised catharsis. The author ends up being a slave to the will of the characters that inevitably come alive. The writerA?s task is not easy. It takes talent, hard work and a lot of patience to achieve an excellent Xenical costo product. But beyond the quality of the work, the writerA?s activity, itself, justifies his dedication.
Thanks to their books, authors plant a generous seed that germinates. Sometimes it is not how we wish, however sometimes this seed grows vigorously, embellished with flowers and offering appetizing fruits. This, in turn gives meaning to our lives, in a way that allows us to transcend, albeit Buy keppra xr limited, it brings us out of mediocrity, enabling connection with others.
Ricardo Gulminelli’s Trafford Bibliography:
- Fradulent Fertilisation
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