Hey! just wanted to let the followers of this blog know that I moved my main blog over to my brand new one, 'A Lifestyle Created From Being Too Sassy!' Please follow that one if you already follow this one, because this will no longer be occupied. I love and appreciate the support from you guys! Click on the picture and you should be re-directed. Stay cute, xoxo
Before we begin, I would like to thank Paul for allowing me to come back and guest blog. His career has fascinated me from the very beginning. For those of you who haven't had the chance to view his career, I'll give a brief summary of what you missed.
You can read this beautiful interview over on the recovery series tab, or just clicking this link: Pysch2go.net
This is the 40th story of the Mental Illness Recovery Series. Paul has been broken down since he was a young boy, but through cheer will, determination and help he has been able to turn his life around. This is his story: Psych2go.net
I never once listened when people told me I couldn't do it. Doubted me. Ignored the truth of my talent or even the person I am-Paul
My biggest tip is to be grateful every step of the way. Enjoy every second- Paul
Below is part two of the interview done by my friend! Enjoy!
In part one you saw a brief introduction to Paul, and to why he started writing. In part two we will uncover his personal advice for inspiring writers, or writers.
1. When it comes to writing, any tips on what to do, and what not to do?
2. Do you ever get writers block? If so, how do you overcome it?
3. For any who do experience the dreaded writers block, do you have any tips?
4. Which writers inspire you?
5. What are all your current projects?
6. Where do you get inspiration?
-Part 3 will be released next week-
Life is your journey, make it an adventure! - Paul
Below is an interview done by my friend. I appreciate her curiosity in what I am doing, and wanted to share this with you all! Enjoy!
Today I'm very lucky to be interviewing, Paul Travis. Thank you for agreeing to do this interview. Tell us a little bit about why you are so driven to do this as a career?
You've acted, recorded music, write and your list goes on, what made you choose writing over all of the others?
Do you ever see yourself getting back into those other professions that you did previsously?
Did you evolve creatively since you began?
The launch to PaulTravis.Net was a success, how does that make you feel?
How were you like in school?
What advice would you give to your younger self?
Which famous person, living or dead would you like to meet and why?
-Read part two next Monday-
As of September 2016 This Blog Turned Into Weekly Highlights For Paul Travis. All Posts Are Made By A Team Member.