AuThursday – Awunli Eghosasere

Tell us a little about yourself and your background?
My name is Awunli Eghosasere – a writing consultant helping professionals birth their thoughts and ideas into books and the founder of hapiwify.site where I publish stories and interviews to inspire young women to achieve their dreams.
How do you make time to write?
I don’t really create the time. I write as I get inspired. My notepad is always with me so I don’t miss any ideas.
Do you believe in writer’s block?
Yes. Especially when you are in terrain you have little experience about.
Tell us a bit about the genre you write and why you love it.
Nonfiction/personal development.
How are you publishing your recent book and why? 
Indie. It’s less stressful for me.
Are you an Introvert or an Extrovert?  How does this affect your work?
Partially an introvert.
What is your favorite motivational phrase?
Your destiny is not Waited for but achieved.
What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
What you have is invaluable. Share it with the world.
Where can readers find you on the World Wide Web?
Do you have an excerpt you’d like to share with us?
“Motherhood is not where dreams go to die.” When I saw this headline on today.com’s website, words of a frustrated mother I had met years ago at a volunteering camp flooded my mind. Minutes into a discussion about ‘a woman and her dreams’, she asked: “why do women’s dream die once they get married”? I just nodded in affirmation to a truth I was coming to terms with for lack of words to give an answer. I had thought along those lines, too, before that day.