About the author

Jina S. Bazzar

Jina was born in a small town in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where she had a fulfilling childhood. Soon after she graduated from high school, she was diagnosed with a chronic disease that eventually caused her to go blind. Currently she lives in the middle east with her mother and three kids.

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11 Comments

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    Charlotte Poetschner

    You will get there, Jina. In the first place, you tell stories well. I’ve picked up on that from your blog. Some of the things you have written there are touched with beauty, or humor, or wonder, or all three. In the second, you’ve figured out that the hard work of writing is long and hard. Wish I had figured that out when I was a little younger. It will be helpful to readers here at Conscious Talk to witness how you take your next steps. Brave of you to let us bear witness. Can’t wait to hear that your first book has been published.

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      Jina S. Bazzar

      Thank you,, Charlotte, a vote of confidence always helps us writers take one more step forward.

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    Siham

    You are an inspiration to all women,I admire your determination and hard work. Keep going jina I cant wait to see your firs book

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      Jina S. Bazzar

      Thanks, it helps when people approve and support, gives us a little encouraging nudge forward.

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    Elham

    Jina, I am so proud of you, and I know your hard work will pay off very soon. You are very talented, keep your determination strong!

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      Jina S. Bazzar

      I’m working on it. Thanks for the vote of confidence.

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    Abeer

    Dear Jina ,I am so proud of you
    😍😍😍

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    Jim Adams

    I have had 3 books rejected, but I will self publish my second book because I know it is good.

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      Jina S. Bazzar

      A rejection from an agent – no matter how many agents – doesn’t mean the book isn’t good, only that you haven’t found the perfect agent to represent your work. there are thousands out there, and sometimes we just don’t have the patience to keep searching and move on. Self publishing needs a lot of work and as long as you’re up to to doing it all, then go for it. Never give up.

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