Introduction: Peighton Weber began her journey as an author when she was no older than eight years old. She published her debut novel, Smoke and Ashes, seven years later, when she was fifteen—only three months before the end of her freshman year at highschool.
I’ve always loved reading and writing ever since I was a kid and I’ve always known that I wanted to create a story of my own one day.
Q.1 How was your journey in the field of writing? What circumstances you had faced as negativity in the paths leading to success?
:- A1: My writing journey was much harder than I had originally anticipated. It was tough dealing with the stress and through it, I developed depression and anxiety, which became a roadblock in my path to success, but I was strong enough to overcome the difficulties, despite the tribulation that came from them.
Q.2 Being a published author/poet, how you feel to be like? What have you been thinking all around these years, and what made you ink your debut novella? What is the story/poetry all about?
A2: Publishing my first novel at such a young age is an absolutely incredible feeling and after all these years, I could not be happier with how it turned out. I’ve always loved reading and writing and I always knew that I wanted to create a story of my own one day, which pushed me to start writing.
Q.3 How you look at the present condition in the feild of writings? Out of 100% population, 75% are choosing writing as a carrier, and shaping their future, while writing shit which hardly makes sense. And on the other hand, publishers are making profit in the market of no good reason. Do you think, in the coming era of living, indian literature will stay in safe hands? Kindly drop your comments over the same..
A3: Considering the fact that I’ve never worked with a publisher before, I’m not really sure I can answer this question. While I think it’s unfair that publishers obtain such a hefty amount of profit, as a self-published writer, I can’t exactly answer without a biased opinion.
• Q.4 Who are Fans? And what is a truth behind this mera word.? People add, I’ve a social platform with tons of followers, and they end up selling 20 books in an average. So, for you who are your true fans? And how you deal with this mirror face illusion individual in your life who acts as yours, but are never yours? What are your strategies behind making your society go crazy in hip hop way?
A4: My friends are really the only people who have supported me throughout my entire journey, so I really consider them my true fans. While I love my family, they haven’t supported me the whole time like my friends and the rest of the writing community have.
• Q.5 Any suggestions for the budding writers, readers and for the writerstory? Do suggest what else the writerstory should do for you all budding writers.
A5: As a young author, my advice is to just write, even when you feel like you’ll never be good enough. It’s tough being a new writer in such a difficult business to succeed in, but if you work at it hard enough, success is almost inevitable.
The writerstory wishes her all the very best for her upcoming books, and works. She has already surprised her auditions, and has earned a name in her place she resides in. It’s a moment to cherish for me, that the platform was worth to interview her.
Her book can be ordered here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/1795662921/ref=tmm_pap_title_0?ie=UTF8&qid=1558973983&sr=8-3
She can be contacted over social media platform (Instagram): https://instagram.com/peightondwriter?igshid=1hcig6hfm5qlo