About “Colours of Enlightenment”:
“Colours of Enlightenment” is about a group of friends that are in brotherhood with a young scientist who has developed how to travel through time and space. The voyage of the thrilling read directs the young adults to learn new life whilst it’s lived. (read more)
Joey Pinkney: Where did you get the inspiration to write “Colours of Enlightenment“?
Sandeep Patel: “Colours of Enlightenment” is the final one of my three I wish to write. It fell one day when I asked ‘God’ to help with an idea of a third book. I thought of colours and pencil crayons, and from my medium of consistency from my first book I call simply, ‘black’ (peace) that I wished to write a more enlightening story. (read more)
JP: What sets “Colours of Enlightenment” apart from other books in the same genre?
SXP: This story can be read by parts listed as colours of a rainbow; 7 parts with few chapters each describing a motion in time that had developed. Whilst reading words, the reader will see the colour the chapters’ reflect as well as the context of the story. Now there’s 15 parts to the novel that are a wave of light whilst read from violet to red with neutral coloured chapters in between. (read more)
JP: As an author, what are the keys to your success that led to “Colours of Enlightenment” getting out to the public?
SXP: Through 4 years now, I have been making it easier and easier to get my attention of philosophy out to the public. Overall, regardless of people reading the entire story, or all my three books (which I see developed into the foundation) that I want to focus the populations to my message, carefully constructed to last a life time on my facebook.com page. (read more)
JP: As an author, what is your writing process? How long did it take you to start and finish “Colours of Enlightenment”?
SXP: I drew a grid of 50 squares and lined-coloured pencil blocks of squares different colours. It was like a rainbow wave running down a spreadsheet with gaps of black in between. This process took 30 minutes. The chapters built up through research and development that finished me to a year of writing, and then a slow year of editing and re-editing. Once I finished what I had, I rested it for a week and added finishing touches and insights to the plot. (read more)
JP: What’s next for Sandeep Patel?
SXP: As a creative writer, I am not going to write anymore. I have no plans to write another story. I do have one in mind, but these three stories are so unique that they not only need to be read once or more than once, but also be followed and practiced in various ways. I wish to spend most my time painting my creations from what I saw and wrote as words. I would like to paint scenes from my second title, “A Potion”. (read more)
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