Although I was born and grew up in Azerbaijan, as a married woman I now live abroad. Because of this redirection in my life, I speak three languages: Azeri, Russian and English. As a believer, mother, author, motivational coach, and former scout and youth leader, my life is entirely governed by the necessity of believing in the possibility of everything. In applying myself to my family and working diligently on my career, I always ensure that God plays the central and key role in my life to avoid a mere existence.
My primary pursuit revolves around writing and helping people in the process by getting published: writing drives me forward by always creating texts from new ideas and thereby bringing a positive force into the lives of those surrounding me. As a writer by craft, I aim to treat subjects that not only spark and capture my readers' interest, but also instruct by highlighting those issues that we humans confront on a daily basis by providing direction (often by the indirect to find direction out as Iago said in William Shakespeare's Othello).
With these objectives and based on these governing principles for writing overall, I find it best to formulate manuscripts in entirely different genres by always producing unique and not repetitive and serial works for my readers, thereby keeping them as followers. One might think that I have career goals. Just the opposite: I write as a hobby with a tool that allows me to share knowledge from lessons learned by entertaining, motivating, and guiding my readers as followers.
In this vein, I have recently wrote and successfully published three entirely divergent books: (1)Broken Chains (women's fiction and protest literature); (2) A Hell For All Seasons (tales of the supernatural, occult, and paranormal); and (3) My Twin Sister and Me (children's literature for young readers).