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.
Paul launched his career at the end of 2014 with the debut of his website. In the wake of 2015, he released the phenomenal bestselling poetry book, Who I Am: Poetry.
He has been a force to be reckoned with since.
2015 proved he was a talent that wouldn't go unheard. Not only did he reach bestseller in multiple countries Paul teamed up with Elite Daily and Psych2go. He launched an outstanding advice blog, Paul's Advice On All Things Life and that was only the beginning.
With two novels underneath his belt for his upcoming series, a third in the works, a future memoir, and vision to conquer Paul has shown dreamers everywhere their wishes do come true. No matter the struggles life gives.
He's a beacon of hope. A one in a million. The outspoken diva who breaks rules, loves with all his heart and puts haters in their rightful place. Paul is a bright star at the end of darkness.
Now, this is the Everything You Need To Know Interview.
1. How has your public treated you in the past year?
I had a few cases of negativity but what they were blabbing about was nonsense. None of them knew their facts. Attacking me must of been their outlet, I guess. I wrote a blog post to them.
Besides that everyone has been beautiful. I've had the kindest words spoken to me. It brings my heart so much warmth, joy and peace knowing I am making my mark in the souls of many.
2. How is the writing going? Any hints about the release of the series?
It's going great!
I have a ton of projects in the works. Editing my memoir, the second novel, writing the third, and I have officially begun my next poetry book. I have my own column now with Psychology 2 Go, which is an international magazine. I have a new article set to be published by Elite Daily. I'm super busy. Enjoying every second of it.
My series is being traditionally published, and that is a process, but I can safely, humbly and gratefully say my work is in a great spot.
3. In a recent interview with Psych2go, you opened up about the struggles of depression, sexual assault, the attempt at suicide, anxiety, being gay and feeling like a reject in society, my question is what part of those help you with your career?
Every single one.
I've had the most blessed but tragic life. I don't want anyone to feel sorry for me, but when I opened up, it was to inspire. I want people in their hearts to understand no matter what you are a success. You just need the belief. I believe in all of them and would like for it to be known.
It's sad to grasp people feel they have the right to judge, treat and be cruel to someone. I believe in the good and bad of Karma. To all of those people I hope happiness finds their soul.
That is why I chose to write my memoir. It was a healing journey. Like the series I can't wait for the world to read the good, bad, happy and sad. With my years I can't believe I am only 24 I feel much older mentally.
4. How is the personal life going? Family, Love, Friends? The one with yourself?
Jon is a hero. I am so blessed with that man.
My family relationships have been robust. I've had a fallen out with some members with my success came resentment. I am glad they are no longer in my life, but everyone else is crazy, fabulous and wild like always.
They work my nerves in a loving way!
The one with myself is growing in such a confident way. I'm appreciating this new found power inside.
5. What have you taken from this experience so far?
That the world is full of love, it's not as scary as the media makes it, or cruel as people you may have come across, but the best part is the endless possibilities awaiting to bless your heart, soul and life. I'm the happiest I've ever been...
There you have it, folks. I hope you enjoyed.
As of September 2016 This Blog Turned Into Weekly Highlights For Paul Travis. All Posts Are Made By A Team Member.