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Besting Seller author Alexandra Sitch on the success of her Best Seller The Universal Language of Nature




Alexandra Sitch has released her new novel The Universal Language of Nature, a book that resonates with the current times we live in. We caught up with the author to ask her a number of questions about her new book.

Why do you think your novel The Universal Language of Nature has done so well in today’s changing times?

In these very turbulent times, people have lost a sense of security and can no longer rely on crumbling societal systems. In my opinion, as compared to how they currently are, humans should become more aware of how they are in essence, namely a divine identity which has come to earth through duality and beyond good and evil, to be realized in matter. Your personal evolution is more important than ever to the planet right now. As we develop a deeper intimacy with ourselves, we develop a deeper connection with those around us.

How old were you when you decided that you wanted to be a writer, and why?

I started writing when I was 7 years old. I have always wanted to write down my thoughts and stories, and was fascinated by the power of imagination and visualization. Thoughts and words always had a kind of creation energy for me and I loved to put these energy drops into material form – a book.

How long did it take for you to write your book and what was the main challenge you faced while writing it?

It took me about a year to collect the most meaningful moments with animals and write them down. I liked to put across the parallels between our individual lives and development, and collective development. One cannot be separated from the other. Finding the optimal structure and layout in a book is one of the challenges of writing. I like to focus on the essence of my message and keep my writing succinct and to the point, realizing that nowadays not everyone has the time to read books of great length. I opted for a concise publication to inspire people with new ideas and methods to look around them and discover extra dimensions in their lives.

Downtime is necessary for many writers and artists to get their creative juices going. What do you do when it’s time for you to relax and unwind?

I always go into nature, back to the basics—ride my horse and be one with the world around me. I feel energized after such a ride and interaction. Classical music provides me with further means to relax.

 Let’s change it up a bit. Who are your favorite authors, and why?

I like works of Paolo Coelho, because of his philosophical view, Eckhardt Tolle because of his life philosophy and George Orwell because of his vision and language.

You can find the book here on Amazon.

With experience as a full-time environmentalist and part time journalist, Lisa heads the post of editor at California Herald. She covers all the significant proceedings in the world of Environment while editing all the news pieces posted over the website to ensure everything aligns with the journalistic format.

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