Jimena Yengle Author Bio:
She was born on December 14, 2001 in Miraflores, Perú. At the age of 19 she published her first book, a romantic novel called “Roma Enamorada” which is available on Amazon.
She is the director of “Roma Enamorada”, a space for artistic and literary creation dedicated to open hearts.
She also has an active YouTube channel where she uploads content related to cultural events, interviews, covers and original songs.
She is currently pursuing two professional careers “Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation” and “Psychology.” In addition, she is in an Actoral Training school, studying Performing Arts.
What inspires you to write?
I am inspired by life itself, my imagination and my internal world. Love is a very present subject, but also very complex. It really colors the human experience, and the mental processes of the individual.
Tell us about your writing process.
I always try to write authentically, because I believe that the reader deserves the best, and that is the truth. I have a tea with milk, maybe some cookies, and I begin to write my ideas, without letting them pass. I delve into those ideas, and that. it gives me the opportunity to learn more about myself and my history.
For Fiction Writers: Do you listen (or talk to) to your characters?
Of course, especially when I write dialogues. I imagine what one of my characters would say, in the face of a situation presented in the story. Or what they would think. I even represent them, to feel more sure of the attitude and gestures that a character takes.
Who are your favorite authors?
My favorite authors are Walt Whitman, Oscar Wilde, and Lucy Maud Montgomery.
My fascination for books began when I met Peter Pan by James Matthew Barrie. It was a book that broadened the horizons of my imagination. Reading made my heart happy for many years. At that time in my life, I wrote fairy tales, micro stories and articles. When I turned 12 I realized that I could get answers by putting my inner desires on several sheets of paper. From that moment on I have not stopped writing.
What genres do you write?
How did you choose the genre(s) you write?
I chose romance because of my passion in studying real and deep connections. For me, experiencing vulnerability and building relationships is love. I wanted to explain the diversity of ways we love with our minds and hearts.
What three things are on your writing desk at any given moment?
I think there is always an agenda on my desk, messy sheets of paper, and some crayons.
What is necessary for each brainstorming.
What hobbies do you have when you need a break from writing?
I also dedicate myself to painting, music and acting, I work in various artistic projects and I am the director of my own virtual space for children.
What formats are your books in?
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