Author Interview: Miguel D’Addario

About the author:
Miguel D'Addario is a writer, coach and professor. Italian.

He has published artistic books, poetry, stories, existentialist philosophy, academics, and educational technicians with different publishers. His books have been translated into English, French, Italian, Portuguese and Greek.

Degree in Journalism, Master in Social Education and Doctorate in Social Communication from the Complutense University of Madrid. He has developed his experience in various fields of teaching, from Vocational Training to the University level, both in Latin America and Europe. His books are in different centers of studies and libraries of the world, such as the University San Pablo of Peru, University of Santo Domingo the Dominican Republic, University of San Gregorio of Ecuador, University of Valencia, National Library of Spain, National Library of Argentina, University of Texas, University of Toronto, University of Deusto, University of Illinois, University of Kansas, Community of Madrid Libraries, Castilla y León, Andalusia, and the Basque Country, British National Library, Harvard University, Library of the Congress of the United States. PhD and essayist, has received awards and mentions from Writers' Associations, Cultural Centers, Universities, and related offices. Also as Speaker, Lecturer and Researcher, in Universities, Educational Centers, public and private. As an engineer, he is the author of educational technical books of various levels and agendas. Author of books on philosophy, ontology and metaphysics. Author of Self-help and Coaching books. His books are distributed in the five continents, are assiduously consulted in Libraries of the world, and are registered in catalogs, ISBNs and international bibliographic bases. They are translated into multiple languages ​​and can be found in international bookstores, both in paper format and in electronic version.

Date of birth: August 6, 1962. Buenos Aires.

What inspires you to write romantic fiction?
It is important to understand that the human being is always related to his side emotional, that's why writing love poems, romantic stories is intrinsically linked to our habits and customs as a society and related beings
daily It is not possible to live without it, unless we withdraw from the world without having any possible communication with another similar.
I have written and published a book called "Revulsive Tales", and one of them is called: "Uxoricide", where a man murders his wife and then commits suicide, just for a passion, deceit and lies. And this means that the romantic cannot always have a happy ending.

Tell us about how you write.
A writer never stops, that is, works and always creates, 24 hours a day.
Ideas and muses are unpredictable and timeless, have no schedule and do not call the door. Therefore, it is essential to have an annotator and a recorder on your mobile, to be ready when creativity is present.
My form is direct, I take a basic idea and on that I develop different paths for a history, a poem or even an educational book.

Do you listen to or talk to to your characters?
Not much. Perhaps I imagine many situations about their attitudes, especially in the dialogues, confrontations, love scenes, or everyday situations.
Monologues and various considerations usually arise in relation to what the characters say.
When imagining the stage the auditory arises, and one can hear the environment, the stage, by example if there is a waterfall, or engine noise, and even imagine the voice bell of any of the characters. Perhaps one speaks with his thoughts with each character, at create them, modify them, and accept them.

What advice would you give other romance writers?
The important thing, first of all, is that, starting with writing, dedicating yourself to writing requires a decision, and then the adversities, the inconveniences, the creative gaps will begin, the cobbled roads, and above all maintain the strength to move forward.
To write romance one must be genuine. I have published "The Remarkable Lover", a book of romantic poems, where love goes beyond simple and Coridian relationships.
The search for the expression or the way to tell a love story is not easy, since it has been said and spent a lot of ink about stories of romance and love.

How did you decide how to publish your books?
Through different experiences. By publishing where I assumed the costs myself and then he sold the books. Also with small publishers and even my own publisher.
The forms change and it is better to partner with other publishers who can advertise, disseminate and
Sell the books, which have a greater reach to readers around the world. Also, by The translation of books reaches a wider spectrum of readers.
Self-publishing is always more flexible when deciding royalties, to modify the content, expand or change aspects that may be outdated.
It is a personal experience.

What do you think about the future of book publishing?
The future will come with new ideas, some already work. We must consider the format where the book can be added, the paper book will no longer exist, and the electronic book will have its later apogee, but then there will be holographic books, which will be through a beam of light projected in the space itself. Also posting will be very simple, and who writes may be given to know on thousands of available platforms. Reading will be as simple as today you can read News from the mobile.

Which romance sub-genere(s) fit your stories best?
My subgenre is more related to adventure, the discovery of love.

My books are available in the following formats:
eBook, Print

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