Topic: Author Interview
Steven Wand the person
1. What three words do you think describe you as a human being?
caring, perceptive, visionary
2. How do you think others would describe you?
intelligent, loving, wise, healer
3. Please tell us what you are most passionate about outside of writing.
being a great father and growing my spiritual power and assisting others to evolve spiritually as well
4. Do you have any pets? If so, introduce us to them.
the family cat - Buddie (grey & white long hair - very mellow)
5. What is (one of )your most precious memories?
our wedding reception, climbing into the Rolls Royce and joining friends at a club
6. What is your most embarrassing memory?
peeing my pants in the dentist chair (about 8 years old)
7. If you weren’t a writer, what would you be doing with your life?
what I’m doing now - residential painting contractor and/or healer/health practitioner.
8. In two paragraphs or less write your obituary.
Steven Wand came into this life to cross the final finish line. His struggles and his loving family guided him to discover his greatest truth. Steven found the light of God within himself and inspired others to do the same. His love for his daughters and wife filled him to the point where he could finally love himself.
Steven’s love for becoming more inspired and touched the lives of thousands of people and this planet is transformed because him. He has now joined thousands of other beings of light and will remain faithfully in service to all of us growing our light and love so that we may share it with the world.
Steven Wand the writer:
9. Can you describe the time you realized you were indeed a “real” writer?
when an article I submitted to the Salt Lake Tribune was published ( ten years ago)
10. What is going on with your writing these days?
just published first book, writing weekly articles, setting up a blog, starting a sequel journal to go along with first book.
11. What are your future goals for your writing?
syndicated column, screenplays, more personal development books, a children’s book or two.
12. Can you describe a typical writing day for you?
nothing too typical yet. I write when I can squeeze it in. To do the book I took 3 months off from my painting career.
13. Why do you write?
It allows me to become clearer about who I am and where I am going and I believe my voice will assist others in their path of self discovery.
14. What writer most inspires you? Why?
Neil Walsh - he’s breaking down the old spiritual paradigm.
15. How do you define your writing?
It’s heartfelt, simple and to the point.
16. In one sentence—what do you want people to say about your writing in fifty years?
I connected with Steven’s writings, because he seemed to know exactly who I was and where I truly wanted to go - my life was greatly altered for the better because of him.
Steven Wand the details:
17. Can you tell us where to find more information on you? Website? Blog?
www.livingtheheartlife.blogspot.com and the website,
18. Is there a place where readers can reach you?
email through website www.livingtheheartlife.com
19. Can you list all your book titles so people can look for them?
we have just the one. Living the Heart Life...letting go of the Hard Life
20. For new readers—what can they expect when they read your book(s)?
Sincere, heartfelt insight into what it will take for them to live an empowered, abundant life and to be inspired to expand who they think they are.
21. Take as much space as necessary to speak to our readers—what would you like them to know about you and your writing?
That I truly care about them. That I know their pains and I know the truth of how powerfully constructive they can become. That my writings are intended to be a catalyst for them to look at their disempowering beliefs and begin to find ways to love themselves and others so that they may step towards their spiritual freedom and fulfill the purpose of life and that is to raise our consciousness and live and vibrate from a place of divine love, not human, conditional, part-time love.