Question #1: What made you want to become an author?
My motivation to be an author of this book was the fact that the world hear little or nothing about the End Times in African traditional religion. But this traditional notion of eschatology has great influence in the life of Africans, both Christians and non-Christians, till date. Yet, there virtually no comprehensive research on this belief among African scholars. This lack of comprehensive and coherent view on African eschatology was what my work tries to fill-up.
Question #2: What genre of books do you write?
Non-Fiction – Philosophy and Religion
Question #3: How long have you been writing books?
For more than ten years.
Question #4: Are you self-published or traditionally published? And tell us why you chose either.
Question #5: What’s the best tip you can give to a new author?
Try to bring something new to the world with your writing and never let the motivation die.
Question #6: What’s your writing routine like?
I write non-fiction research works or essays.
Question #7: What do you hope readers take away after reading one of your books?
I hope they will have more understanding about African tradition and why many Africans behave the way they do when it comes to life and death crises.
Bonus Question: Why should a reader want to read your book?
It will give them inside about African world-view and help them understand the behaviour and attitudinal orientation of many Africans all over the world, especially during life threatening situations.