3 things about NK that you may not know
1) He believes in religious tolerance
2) He thinks humanity should not be divided by the color of their skin.
3) He loves to learn mysteries.
About his book, “The Formula for Reincarnation: The Rebirth Equation”
Mark is a world-known scientist but only few people know that he is also an occult initiate. He discovers and develops a formula that can prove to the uninitiated (profane) that reincarnation is real. Then he realizes that the formula was developed in a triangular/pyramidal format by combining known scientific and occult laws. Just like a mathematical equation, Mark uses the known to solve for the unknown. He later realizes that the formula has other unimaginable powers so he decides to discontinue the work and to restrict its knowledge within the brotherhood and among initiates of higher order.
But some of his co-workers want to have the formula by any means even if they have to kill him. Mark knows that the only way he could protect the formula and his family which he loves so dearly is to remain alive so that was his primary aim. His enemies know everything about the formula except how to find the center of the triangle/pyramid on which the formula can only function.
This book was written out of the author’s belief that if reincarnation is real, then humanity has to know it. He believes it is unjust that people are said to suffer for a karma/sin committed in a past life, a life that they know nothing about.
“If we must pay for such sins then we must know about such circle of lives even without going through the various mystical rituals/initiations that is believed is necessary to unveil such knowledge to man.” –NK David
UBAWA: What's your favorite color? and why?
NK: Purple for it is said to be for priest, though I love white also.
UBAWA: What's the last country you visited? Tell us about your visit.
NK: The last country I visited was Benin Republic.
UBAWA: If you could live anywhere in the world, where would you live?
NK: United States of America
UBAWA: If you had to choose between owning a nice car or a nice house, which one would you choose?
NK: A nice house
UBAWA: If you could create your dream job/career, what would it be?
NK: Human medicine to give free medical treatment and to save lives
UBAWA: Most people say success is a matter of luck; what do you think?
NK: Yes but it must involve hard work
UBAWA: Tell us a little about how you became an author.
NK: It was during my struggle and the need to change nation, like Nigeria. That was how I got the inspiration for my first book which predicted the end of the struggle.
UBAWA: Many self-published authors face some sort of challenge when publishing their first book. What was your biggest challenge?
NK: Well, the challenge I ran into with my first book which was published in the United Kingdom was time. I wanted to get the book out before President Obama’s first election since in the book it was mentioned that racism was once a factor to how we got here; so having it in mind that Obama would win, I wanted the book out in time. Nevertheless, I made mistakes in the process which I have corrected. Another one of my biggest challenges has been getting my book noticed.
UBAWA: If you had to choose one category, where would writing fall for you: a hobby, a passion, a career, or a gift? Explain
NK: A gift because my writings in terms of books and hubs have been known to change lives and bring new ideas in the mind of anyone that reads it.
UBAWA: Some things are not for everybody. Do you think writing could apply to this statement?
UBAWA: Do you use an outline before you write or do you just write?
NK: I think it’s hard to say because I’m in between. I know what I want to achieve in my story or book. So usually, I lay out the end and the how it will start then what comes in between is what I write as the inspiration comes.
UBAWA: Many authors prefer complete silence when they're in the writing lab, how do you like to set your atmosphere?
NK: I need to concentrate however not complete silence because everything can be turned into a story depending on how we look at it so it’s good to be aware of the environment and what people say which may be an idea. What I mean is that even though I need to concentrate, I am not disturbed by external forces.
UBAWA: What makes your writing style different and unique?
NK: My writing brings ideas most people have not thought about.
UBAWA: Do you think it's helpful to invest money into taking writing classes and workshops or are you a self-taught writer?
NK: It’s interesting to learn how to write but we know some people are gifted and I am among such people. Writing is has always been a gift for me; I stutter so I don't talk much, but I write a lot.
UBAWA: Before you begin to write, is there some special ritual you adhere to or do you just write?
NK: I won't call it a ritual but I usually go in my imagination to get a picture of what I want to create or write
UBAWA: Have you ever looked at something you wrote and asked yourself, "Did I write that?!" Please do tell. : )
NK: Yes, that will be my last book, "My Game: The switch" which almost got me on hold.
UBAWA: What's your opinion on the state of Urban Fiction? Is it an accurate depiction of real life or a bad influence on the people who read it?
NK: Well, I don't really know but I think whatever effect a book has on a reader depends on the mind of the reader not the book.
UBAWA: Nowadays, it seems that every time you turn around, someone else has a new book out. Do you think the industry should be more stringent as to who can write and publish a book or is it fine the way it is?
NK: I think it is good for people to write what they feel is right for them. Just like having freedom of speech. It is left for the readers to know what they want to read. More books mean more ideas.
UBAWA: If you could give advice to an aspiring author, what would it be?
NK: Writing is essentially born out of three main things: the writer’s own love for writing; to entertain; and to educate and inspire. Be free to write on the area you can write best. Don’t try to impress people and fail.
UBAWA: Before you leave, tell us one thing that you would like to be remembered by.
NK: my books.
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