About the Author
Ayesha Siddiqua is a software developer based in Bangalore, India. Originally from Barauni, Bihar, Ayesha has had the opportunity to live in various states in India. This experience has allowed her to immerse herself in different cultures, values, and ideas and has shaped her into the open-minded and curious individual she is today.
As an avid reader and writer, Ayesha is passionate about using language to communicate ideas and express herself. She believes in the power of stories to inspire, educate, and unite people, and she hopes to contribute to this movement through her own writing. Overall, Ayesha is a driven and curious individual who is constantly seeking new experiences and opportunities for growth.
Interviewer: What inspired you to write this book, and what message do you hope readers will take away from it?
Ayesha Siddiqua: I was inspired by personal experiences and a belief in individual impact. I hope readers realize their potential to create change.
Interviewer: How can poetry convey the impact of a single individual on the world?
Ayesha Siddiqua: Poetry evokes emotions, capturing the essence of human experience. It connects hearts, inspiring empathy and understanding.
Interviewer: How do love, hope, resilience, and pursuing dreams relate to individual power and creating change?
Ayesha Siddiqua: These themes embody personal power and the ability to shape the world. Love, hope, resilience, and dreams drive transformative action.
Interviewer: How can readers apply lessons from your poems to make a positive difference?
Ayesha Siddiqua: Readers can recognize their actions’ ripple effects, embrace empathy, and find strength in love, hope, resilience, and pursuing dreams.
Interviewer: How does empathy and compassion empower individuals to create change?
Ayesha Siddiqua: Empathy fosters understanding, compassion fuels action. Together, they unite humanity and motivate individuals to make a meaningful impact.
Interviewer: How does your background in technology influence your writing?
Ayesha Siddiqua: My tech background cultivates clarity, precision, and analytical thinking, enhancing concise and impactful storytelling.
Interviewer: Who are your poetic inspirations and your favorite book by another author?
Ayesha Siddiqua: Maya Angelou, Rumi, Lang Leav, and Pablo Neruda inspire me. “The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho resonates deeply with its themes of self-discovery and following dreams.
Interviewer: Where can readers find “The Power of Just One”?
Ayesha Siddiqua: “The Power of Just One” is available on platforms like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and independent bookstores’ websites.
Interviewer: What takeaway do you hope readers gain from your book, inspiring action in their lives?
Ayesha Siddiqua: I hope readers feel empowered, recognizing their potential for change. My vision is for them to be inspired, motivated, and take positive action in their lives and communities.
Interviewer: Are you on social media? How can readers reach you?
Interviewer: Thank you, and best of luck for the future!
Ayesha Siddiqua: Thank you! It was a pleasure talking about my book. I appreciate your well wishes.