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Meet Serina Adham, Author

It’s my pleasure to welcome author Serina Adham to my blog!

Serina Adham, Author

Please tell us a little bit about yourself.

My name is Serina Adham and I am a newly published author of a children’s book called Luu’s Ballalam-Bam-Bam Grooves, which by the way is the first edition of many more to follow.

I also have a young adult novel I have been working on that is on hold at the moment while I finish writing and publishing the children’s books.

How long have you been writing for? 

Around ten years.

What is your writing process like?

It’s about picking the character I would like to work with and building up from there.

Do you have a writing routine? If so, what’s a typical day like for you? 

I prefer writing in the mornings, with a nice cup of tea, and a sweet spot in a café is usually my favorite. 

What motivates you to write?

It’s like painting or creating a piece of jewelry. An idea hits me and I just have to create it.

What was the first thing you did when you found out your book was being published? 

I actually had no patience for the whole process of submitting my book to a publishing house then wait for 6 months for a response or none at all, so I decided I would self-publish on Amazon.  

Are you currently working on anything new?

All the time. I always have a few different projects on the go. But the next one in line is another children’s book about a giraffe.

If you weren’t a writer, what would your career be? 

I have not yet completely switched over to a full-time writer just yet, I hope I will soon, I am optimistic. My other career or careers I should say were as a designer/artist and dance instructor. 

What is the easiest part of writing for you? What is the hardest part?

The easiest has always been coming up with an idea the idea.

The hardest has always been the editing, although sometimes, I do enjoy doing that too because it might lead me in another direction. 

What’s one thing you learned through writing that you wish you knew before you started?

I wish I had started earlier.

What is your favorite book or genre? Is there a special book that made you realize you wanted to write?

My favourite book has to be The Long Dark Tea Time Of  The Soul, written by Douglas Adams.

I realized I wanted to write when I felt I needed to express my creativity in a different way.

What advice do you have for aspiring writers? 

I would still call myself an aspiring writer, but I can say one thing, write every day, even if it’s nonsense.  

Is there anything else you would like to share?

I would like to thank everyone that took the time to read this interview and for those of you who will give Lulu’s Ballalam-Bam-Bam Grooves a read.

About Serina Adham

Serina Adham drew on her experience as a dancer and dance instructor to give you this fun new adventure with Lulu and all her animal friends. She hopes that Lulu will teach children to enthusiastically follow their dreams but also consider the effects they have on others.

Adham lives in Vancouver, British Columbia. In addition to teaching dance, Adham has also worked as a jewelry and clothing designer and an interior designer. She has one fearless, dancing and singing daughter of her own.

Connect with Serina Adham

Website | Amazon | Goodreads

Lulu's Ballalam-Bam-Bam Grooves! by Serina Adham

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Author:

Born and raised in Massachusetts, Rachel Poli is a writer and blogger. She has an associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education and a bachelor’s degree in English Studies. She enjoys writing young adult novels, middle-grade, and children’s picture books. She is currently working on her first novel.

13 thoughts on “Meet Serina Adham, Author

  1. Always great to hear about other writers’ journeys. I also wish I had started earlier. But then, maybe if I had, I would just have more decades of frustration and crappy writing until I was wise (cough cough) enough to find my voice. I also can relate to the hardest part being the editing. Revisions are the bane of my existence!

    Good luck with your giraffe book, Serina!

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