I have always read real books, books about other people's lives, usually of man and nature. After discovering my passion for writing a few years ago, I only wanted to write about real things, real people, real experiences and real troubles that the people and animals face in this world. Just recently, within the past week, I have had the opportunity of interviewing Sonora Mindwerl and Andrew Kearns. The reason why I choose to only write about real things, is because it allows me to travel to distant places, meet people of many cultures and gain new views on this world, all through what my interviewees tell me. They tell me about the lifestyles of living in Peru, waterfalls of unpronounceable names in Iceland, and even childhood stories; it all quickly turns to conversation. I befriend them, and they befriend me. I write it in hopes to take my readers on the same journey, and let them escape everyday life of school and work to live in an adventure, and meet new people, and be inspired to go and see.