In my culture, stories have an important, almost crucial position. Almost all of us in my home country have been raised in company with innumerable stories during our childhood that had been told by our older relatives. Especially the ones that we have listened from our grandparents’ voice were the most precious and priceless ones for us. The lexical meaning of “story” is actually a brief writing which is mostly about an incident, which is real or at least possible to be real.
My memories of dreaming to be a storyteller go back a long time. When I was just a little girl, so miscognizant about life, pure and innocent, I clearly remember the best moments of my days were waiting for my bedtime –unlike my coeval friends- just to hear some new stories from my grandmother before closing my eyes to sleep. I used to close my eyes and think of myself as the hero in the story, and I would have the best time for a while. I was so young when I first thought that I must write my own stories one day, and play a part to designate people’s dreams. I’ve had some doubts when I first started to work on with my story ebooks to be honest and that was because my imagination was working so fast, and I had so much stuff going on in my head.
But then I realised the longer I continue composing story ebooks, the better feedback I have begun to receive, and those positive feedbacks helped me get filled up with more inspiration, creativity and enthusiasm. That is the reason I’m always excited when I open a new page to write a new story ebook; I just visualise your smiling faces when you read them by yourself or share them with your beloved ones.
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