Tell us about yourself and how many books you have written.
I am Italian, and I was born in Buenos Aires. Writing at age 14, and published my first book in 1989 "Versos Encamotados" under the pseudonym Miguel Hadari, and it turns out that this first book can be found in many libraries in the world, in universities such as Texas, Minnesota, Toronto, Kansas , others, and most interesting it is that the Harvard Library has a copy in their library bases. Other books as "Ecosofía" is in universities like the University of Peru, the University of Ecuador, and the National Library Argentina. Many books are distributed or acquired in research centers, libraries and universities of the world, as well as educational books that are in the National Library of Spain, and are about sixty six books, where I say half are reserved for posterity, is to be consulted from 2020.
If someone is considering selling like who is teaching for money, that takes away an important factor: The vocation. And the perfection of vocation then becomes talent. For me writing is therapeutic, one can assert that writing is a way of saying something, it is a communication tool with more specialization, and so. Since that first book I never stopped writing and publishing, although it is not easy publishing world because there is much manipulation and speculation. In total I have published, adding Argentina, Spain and now the US, a total of 130 books, this includes those that were translated into English, Italian and Portuguese; not counting those in preparation and to be translated simultaneously.
What is the name of your latest book and what inspired it?
The last book is called "La sutileza de la luz" and will soon be in bookstores in the world. It is a thoughtful book, philosophical, where through prose, stories, stories, poems and writings loose a reflective subject, able to think in detail, about life itself unfolds. It is a treatise on the knowledge and the existence of man on earth. It is a simple conclusion that can bring to people looking to discover a different view about their own life. For example: "I saw light … and woke up" synthetically reflects the vision of discovering something you could not understand. Another thing I've noticed is that people have a hard time to be themselves, and that when someone stands out for some reason have authoritarian or unpleasant attitudes that harm who exercises that attitude, and said, "Do not leave the flock to be a wolf, but a black sheep. Be yourself. "For being yourself is very important.
Do you have any unusual writing habits?
As I write different themes in my books: Artistic, educational, self-help, communication and technical, and this is because I studied different careers that are apparently dissimilar, because on one hand I studied industrial engineering, other social communication, sociology, and education, and ontological coaching, and also write poetry, stories and philosophical prose, then I have a fan and ways of writing. If I write an educational book is systematic because it is based on a certain agenda, I can only have ideas about its content, images and length of the book. However if I write about communication, it is important touch points on new technologies and modern communication, for the case of coaching is related to education, and is similar to communication. Instead artist books are more creative, arbitrary, and can arise at any time, place and content is infinite, no limits. The best way is to have a general idea of what I mean, and then you can tease out the parts that make up a whole. You can write and record voice when inspiration is born or wait for the content and transcribing. Later correction is important is grammar, vocabulary used and that the message is clear and understandable. Sometimes I wrote experimental art books then I myself could not remember his message. You have to create the habit, laziness, discouragement or lacks of will are enemies of creativity.
What authors, or books have influenced you?
I read a lot of literature from around the world, the US, Russia, Latin America, Central America, Asian, India, Africa, Scandinavia, Australia, England, and others that I cannot remember. Also they called classics, and all existing potential and genres. People who limit their readings circumscribes the expansion of his mind; Incredibly there are countries where it is forbidden to read certain books and are subject to read what few decide, that's an aberration because it leaves no room for analysis, to discern, apprehend, discover, understand, the people is confined to four books. I always said that Kafka was a great writer despite the vicissitudes in his life, and that the metamorphosis was summit his work, by a profound message about what is human and what is capable of doing to other human beings. Every book has a profound message will leave a mark on who reads it, and if someone will surely be an important influence when making a book, of course be unconscious.
What are you working on now?
Currently I am working on a particular book, but always publish technical educational books, self-help or. It is a book that will be called "Ingeniería existencial", because it deals with the processes and operation of all that exists in the universe. For example, without giving a religious, political or sociological sense, we can see that everything in the universe is geometric, and when you're an engineer or architect, you know geometry as mathematics is a foundation of these sciences. Therefore, using a microscope or a telescope discovers that every existing thing has a geometric character, planets, stars, or plants or animals, even that which apparently has no form, like a river flowing, when you look close up they are composed of atoms that are geometric or watch crystals, their status changes, everything absolutely everything is geometric. Someone told me: -The consciousness is not; and I said: -If consciousness is energy, then atomically speaking, is geometric. And this means that the process of construction and creation of all that exists has an engineering nature, i.e. which was conducted by engineering mechanisms and therefore studied and applied by an engineer consciousness. The rest of the analysis will be reflected in the book, of course.
What is your best method or website when it comes to promoting your books?
There are several ways to advertise a book, and that starts from the moment of creation itself. The structure and the content. In addition a different cover, and not too many pages, I have seen books of 900 pages, no one reads many pages. Word of mouth is also important, and try to be on all platforms of the bookstores in the world. Social networks have a very important mechanism, websites, wikis, blogs, and public libraries. Today are very important electronic books, as more people use the web to physical bookstores. For example the idea of Amazon Kindle to give the reader to read a certain number of pages, and if the reader is interested in the book can be purchased. Also promotions with discounts, ease of shipping in the case of paper books, or creating author page in the same web of Amazon, gives many possibilities of sale. I have gone through many bookstores and even publishers with no good experiences because royalties are not remunerated or are never paid. When I gave a lecture on how to publish books on the web, I say independent publication; the audience told me about their experiences and most goes through the same. There are even countries that charge very expensive ISBN, encouraging people not to publish his books. Or many publishers make promises and ask a lot of money to authors and then not fulfill the agreement. Therefore, many authors have reached to sell books through Amazon platform, which is the best in terms of reliability, performance and quality.
Do you have any advice for new authors?
The vocation for writing is essential. If you do not feel writing, the need to write, you cannot follow. Many authors who achieved success went through a process, even publishing books of different genres or educational. And the habit makes the monk applies to writing. It is important to always publish anyway and ways to get the book out, expand, grow and transit. It needs a lot will not decline and move on. Change methods, forms and contents to not feel betrayed by that, and understand the market changes. The publication, I wrote in “Coaching literario”, has two stages: the stage of creation itself, and the stage of sale and diffusion of the work. Both are important, and one supports the other. It is important to try to prove all forms of creation, and all forms of publication and dissemination. Today, many authors use archaic methods of publication and are disappointed because they do not sell, do not achieve their objective and sometimes squander their money. Also not disbelieve false success, because a book can have many turns and forms on their journey to the publication and dissemination. There are no stages of creation, and waiting, it is important to analyze the market and listen to those who have experienced their experiences in publications.
What is the best advice you have ever heard?
The best advice is to never falter in my goals. That applies to writing is very important. Writer, jumps into the void without a parachute, because the life of a book is haphazard, nothing is predetermined, and no one knows your life. Many books were successful although its author did not perceive well. Therefore, no decline in goals means always using the verb do, write, publish and disseminate.
What are you reading now?
Now that I'm with English Advanced I can read books in that language, it is important to read books in their original version, because differences of language itself and some translations poorly made or misinterpreted noticeable. Read Shakespeare in the original language makes a difference. Currently I read some English, American and Australian authors. I was also immersed in authors of the Scandinavian countries. And I returned to reread Italian authors, especially poetry as Vincenzo Cardarelli. Writing and reading are two sides of the same coin, if you write and not read other authors will be a limit in creation. It is also important to open the mind to new cultures, places and languages. Self-restraint prevents opening new frontiers letters.
What’s next for you as a writer?
Just keep publishing, creating, making books, and gestating new jobs. I have a lot of books to publish and more ideas to continue making, publishing and promoting.
What is your favorite book of all time?
I always said it was "Metamorphosis" by Franz Kafka, but it is important to know that there are many works that are essential in the life of an author; they are authors of all time, including, for example, Michelangelo Buonarroti has written some beautiful sonnets and are not widely known. Friedrich Nietzsche also wrote poetry and has even authored musical works. And although there is a tendency in some countries to read little, literature and books are very important in the people’s life. Greetings and thanks.