Interview with Stephen Shaw

Digital Book Nook recently caught up with Author Stephen Shaw. We are excited to share this insightful interview with our readers today. 

When did you first discover that you enjoy writing and wanted to become a published author?

I knew when I was a teenager that writing and helping people was in my heart and soul. It was already in my destiny.

What is your favorite and the most challenging aspect of writing?

Staying open and being in the flow.

Tell us about your latest release.

My 12th book Divine Love is a book that awakens radical and profound transformation. Divine Love is a book about authenticity and intimacy; a guide on how to truly live.

How did you come up with the title of your book?

The title appears once the book is written (first draft).

What do you hope readers are able to get from reading your story?
All my books are designed to create profound and positive life-change. Teachings are weaved gently and beautifully into the novels.

Who are some of your favorite authors?

Richard Bach

Do you have any advice for writers looking to get published?
Self-publishing through Amazon gives the most profit and freedom.

In his youth, Stephen Shaw, who grew up in South Africa, began having unusual experiences, including clairvoyance. By the time he was 15, he committed himself to fully explore Spirituality to find the answers to life’s most critical questions. Heavily influenced by the pragmatism of his father, he journeyed deep into all aspects of life, including military service, university, marriage and running a business. By the age of 39, he realized that his current life wasn’t enough. He still sought Answers.

He then gave up everything he knew, including his business and home, and spent the next decade learning from shamans in Africa, Peru and Mexico, lamas in Tibet and Bhutan, and more spiritual guides, until he found what he was seeking: Who We Really Are, the True Nature of Life, and how to Live in Deep Fulfilment, Love and Peace.

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