Today Lovely Books Shines The Author Spotlight On…

Jerry Adatsi

Jerry Adatsi has been interested in health and physical fitness for most of his life. This love manifested in curiosity on how the body converts food to fuel. The more he learned, the more he realized his own health choices weren’t exactly the best. This became more evident when he was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma, a cancer of the lymph nodes in 1999. With this devastating news, he began to model his diets after things he learned and noticed quite a difference very quickly. Gone was his fatigue, his inability to concentrate, and the extra few pounds he’d been packing away. He has been free of cancer for over 20 years now.

He wants to find better ways to achieve health and share them with others that struggled as he did. He hopes his words inspire you, that his plans motivate you, and his story moves you to make a change for the better in your own life. If you heal your body, you will heal your life. After all, we only live once, why not enjoy every second—and more of them?

Author Interview

How long have you been writing? When did you decide to become an author?

I am a new author. I recently decided to share my experience as a cancer survivor to help people live healthy lives.

How do you find inspiration?

My inspirations come from personal experience. I am interested in writing books that empower people to live their best healthy life.

How do you go about writing a book? Do you have any schedule, tricks or tips to share?

I write from experience, so I don't have any specific tricks or tips. Because I focus on health, fitness, and diet book, I focus on doing extensive research before I start writing.

What kind of books do you read? Who is your favorite author?

health and nutrition books as well as leadership books.

What are you currently working on?

I am working a book about intermittent fasting and its benefits when combined with good nutrition

If you could have any superpower, what would it be?

the ability to see the future.

Do you listen to music when you write? If so, what kind of music?

No, I don't. I prefer solitude when I write.

Who is your favorite villain?

I don't have a favorite villain

If you had to pick between receiving a million dollars today, or $1000 a month for the rest of your life, which would you choose?

I would rather receive a million dollars today

If you could take anyone out for coffee, dead, alive, or fictional, who would it be?

Jesus and Nelson Mandela

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