Fida Abbott's Books and e-Books

Exploring My Ideas
Pinnacle Book Achievement Award, in the Summer 2019, category of Short Story
Publication Date: June 5, 2018
Available to purchase: XlibrisAmazonBN, and Kobo
e-Book: 978-1-9845-1843-9
Softcover: 978-1-9845-1842-2
Hardcover: 978-1-9845-1841-5

Pinnacle Book Achievement Award, in the Spring 2010, category of Novel
Publication Date: February 24, 2010

Available to purchase: Xlibris, Amazon, BN, and Kobo
e-Book: 978-1-9845-1842-2
Softcover: 978-1-9845-1841-5
Hardcover: 978-1-9845-1843-9

Interview with Paul Cox from P.R. Cox Photography

This time we welcome Paul Cox from P.R. Cox Photography in Coatesville, PA who had spent his time in July 3rd, 2020 taking pictures of the author Fida Abbott for her upcoming book collaboration with other 20 business women in the USA, held by Pretty Woman Hustle Network.

We would like to share our short special interview with him.

Q: As photography is your hobby and career, what the best shot or photo do you like most and what is its reason?
A: I think I have taken a lot of "my best" photos. I certainly would have to list my photo Dragonfly on Water Lily as one of my favorites, but I have so many favorites.

Q: What is your goal and plan in the photography field in the near future?
A: My goal is to reach more and more people. I'll do that by attending more shows and entering more contests. I feel I also need to take more shots of people, and street people. So, if you see me on the street, around where you live, it might be me. I also need to hire an apprentice. He or she can help me reach a wider audience, and I can share my knowledge. We will participate in school contest, take yearbook pictures and photos around their campus.

Q: If there is someone would need your expertise in photography, how can he/she contact you?
A: I want to make myself available to most individuals. At the same time, I'll need to make a list of photos I want to take. Photos to fill my portfolio. Photos of mountains, valleys, the beach, sunsets, storms, and macro.

Q: What any message would you like to inform to those who need your services?
A: They can reach me by email, I'll come and talk to groups, tell the story of how I got where I am. I can tell them that people are the reason I get where I am. I really love the contact. That's why I volunteer.

Q: As someone who has read Exploring My Ideas, what the short story do you like most?

A: My Name is Peter

Q: What's its reason?
A: I like its story, the way how the author tells its story, it has a strong main character, the story flows smoothly, and I like the ending of the story.

Q: Whom would you like to recommend this book to?

A: Anyone seeking a good short story book. This book is interesting and is a good read.

Q: If the author of this book would like to publish her other own books, would you be interested to read them?
A: Yes, I would be.
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Paul R. Cox lives in Coatesville, PA. He is a member of The National Press Photographers Association and National Collegiate Honor Society. He grew up on a farm in Honey Brook, PA. In high school he was a jock. He was an offensive fullback, blocking back, defensive linebacker and punter for his football team. He wrestled a weight class above his weight, 154, because he had a state champ wrestle class and played tennis. He was on the varsity team for all three of these sports during his Junior and Senior years.

On August 19, 2014 he had very tragic accident when he was riding home from the gym. Out of nowhere a person driving a car swerved into his lane of traffic and hit him head-on. This person was distracted. They were reaching behind the driver’s seat to grab a bottle that had been thrown by one of the babies in the back seat. Hindsight the person should have pulled the car on to the side of the road to fix the problem. Thank Goodness he was wearing a helmet. He coded 4 times in the first 24 hours.

He spent the next 12 months in the hospital, nursing home, rehabilitation, assisted living, and finally approximately permitted to move back into home. He left the hospital in a wheelchair and arrived back in his home with a walker.

He suffered from a broken spine, crushed hips, many internal problems, and many broken teeth. After five years of speech therapy, he finally began to speak. He was in a doctor induced coma to get his body functioning properly. Brain damage, even with the helmet.

Visit his Website at P.R. Cox Photography!

About the Book:

Exploring My Ideas is comprised of ten evocative short stories that were crafted from the author’s personal experiences and observations. Every short story is followed by the author’s explanation how she got an idea and wrote it into a short story. This book includes a simple and practical guide on how to explore and compose ideas into short stories, as well as publishing tips. This book not only gives readers easy steps to build a story from their point of view but it also brings the readers’ imaginations to life. The readers will think, learn, practice, and be entertained by short stories about psychology, crime, relationship, family, horror, and others. Exploring My Ideas is an ideal book for those who love literary collection and all writers who write as a hobby or a necessity, especially for beginning aspiring writers.

Published on Saturday, August 1st, 2020


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