LONDON, April 10, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
Deniz Besim, a Turkish-Cypriot rooted story-teller and poet based in North London paid a local newspaper a visit to talk about her creative process along with her catchy and thought-provoking pieces both in poetry and short-stories.
The author, who lives in London and used to teach creative writing to adults shared her creative process with the Londra Gazete after a very successful three books compiling her poetry and short-stories. She enjoys reading fiction and sometimes enters short-story competitions. She self-published two poetry books in 2014.
Besim's style relies upon the very core of feelings and sensations that derive from experiences, but may also be triggered through very basic sources. Like a howling of the wind, a fluttering of anything that could happen in nature. Talking about inspiration, Besim remarked on the importance of her journey of reading other poets and writers that gave her a solid perspective to understand and digest the language, and open wider doors for inspiration perhaps.
Besim's style of writing has a powerful impact on the reader as it has the magical movements of dragging you into the story, making you empathise with the character(s) and put you through emotions you may not even be familiar with. Besim describes this experience as a triumph of her as she prides on making the readers empathise with the characters.
Now on her fourth book, Besim says her fourth book will be called the Sky That Falls Again, which is thought to be one of her books', The Sky that Falls' continuation.
Ways of getting in touch with the author and buying her books can be found at http://poetry-heaven.my-free.website/
Her books, The Sky that Falls, The Valley that Calls and Fate and Fortune: A Collection of Short Stories are available online and can be ordered through online retailers.
The author can be contacted by e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone on +44-(0)-7817799337
SOURCE Author Deniz Besim