Binod Dawadi, the author of The Power of Words, holds a master’s degree in English. He has contributed to over 1000 anthologies published in renowned magazines. His vision is to effect societal change through knowledge, using his writing skills to enlighten people.


WA: What inspired you to start writing?


BINOD: I have always been an avid reader of literature and have developed a deep love for writing. I aspired to write poems, stories, and novels that could leave a lasting impact and establish my name in history alongside other great writers. This led me to start writing books.


WA: How long have you been writing?


BINOD: I have been writing for over three years and have produced an unlimited amount of work during this time.


WA: When did you start writing?


BINOD: I began writing during the time of the Earthquake in 2015.


WA: Have you always wanted to be a writer?


BINOD: Yes, writing is both my passion and hobby. I aspire to achieve fame through my writing, knowing that even after I am gone, my words will continue to make my name immortal.


WA: What advice would you give to a new writer just starting out?


BINOD: I would encourage new writers to connect with online platforms and publications where they can publish their work. Writing offers numerous opportunities for growth and learning.


WA: How do you handle writer’s block?


BINOD: When faced with writer’s block, I turn to reading new books and spend time in open spaces, allowing new ideas to flow into my mind. This helps me overcome the block and resume writing.


WA: How many books have you written? Which is your favorite?


BINOD: I have written 23 books, with The Power of Words being my favorite.


WA: What is the most surprising thing you discovered while writing your books?


BINOD: I have realized that my ability to think creatively and bring innovative ideas to life is unique. I write in a simple and relatable language, finding my own intrinsic value through my work.


WA: Who is your favorite character?


BINOD: In my book The Life of a Vampire, my favorite character is Binod, who is a vampire with a strong sense of goodness. He deeply cares for his people and his world, making him special.


WA: Do you have a favorite character that you have written? If so, who? And what makes them so special?


BINOD: As mentioned before, Binod from The Life of a Vampire is my favorite character. His exceptional qualities, such as his love for his people and his world, make him stand out.


WA: Where do you get your inspiration?


BINOD: I draw inspiration from books, my education, and my knowledge. I believe that through writing, we can give a voice to the voiceless and share our knowledge with the world, ultimately bringing about positive change.






BINOD: On Amazon and in other stores readers can purchase my books.

















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WA: Where can readers find out more about you and your books ?


My All Books links 








WA: Have any of your books been made into audiobooks? If so, what are the challenges in producing an audiobook?


BINOD: I have not made any audiobooks up to now. However, I believe I should start making audiobooks now. In my opinion, the challenges include some readers preferring to read books themselves and the lack of various good platforms for producing audiobooks.


WA: Which of your books were the most enjoyable to write?


BINOD: The Power Of Words 1 and The Power Of Poetry, along with all my other books, were the most enjoyable to write.


WA: Can you tell us about your first published book? What was the journey like?


BINOD: My first book is titled The Power Of Words. It consists of poems on various themes. I have a Canadian friend named Sydnie Beaupre’ who is a best-selling and famous writer. She helped me in publishing my book. I felt incredibly happy when my first book was published.


WA: What do you consider to be the biggest threat to free expression today? Have there been times when your right to free expression has been challenged?


BINOD: We cannot freely write on any theme. When we write our own books, we have the freedom to write about any topic. However, when participating in anthologies and magazines, there are certain themes indicated, and we cannot write beyond those themes. Therefore, when participating in other writers’ books as a co-author, my right to free expression has been challenged, I believe.


WA: How does your identity shape your writing? Is there such a thing as “the writer’s identity”?


BINOD: My religion, background, country, culture, and knowledge greatly impact my writing. The context in which I am currently living also shapes my writing. Writers have their own identities, but they become common people who are experiencing suffering in the world while writing. A writer becomes another person and writes from the perspectives of others.


WA: How are writers using their crafts to advance the cause of human rights in your country?


BINOD: Writers in my country are using their crafts to advance the cause of human rights by writing and publishing books about human rights. They are spreading awareness about human rights and focusing on freedom and rights everywhere. The government is also enacting laws regarding human rights. As a result, issues related to human rights are gaining attention throughout my country.

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