Welcome to our first ever interview with Author Bruna Nessif, not only do we dabble with the likes of the music industry but also the people out there in the universe like Bruna who are making serious strides in their respective crafts. Make sure you go and check out her new book “Let That Shit Go” we all can take a life’s lesson from her book.
FROST: I can’t even begin to explain how pumped I am. You are the first author to be interviewed on our website. How is it going, Bruna? Thank You! For taking the time to interview with us; it is a pleasure.
Bruna: Thank you for having me! It’s going well, man. I can’t complain one bit.
FROST: For those who don’t know who you are, please let the world know who Bruna Nessif is.
Bruna: Oh man, Bruna is a lot of things, ha. I consider myself a passionately creative person. Whatever outlet lends itself to help get my vision across, I take on. For a long time, that outlet has been writing. I’ve written for various publications and started my own website The Problem With Dating, to talk about love, relationships, and personal development. Now that’s all come full circle to releasing my first book, Let That Shit Go, which focuses on those same themes and messages.
FROST: What caught my attention was the title “Let That Shit Go.” Can you expound on the title so that our readers can understand the reason behind the title?
Bruna: The title was kind of a last minute change, actually. I decided I needed to have something that told readers right away what they were in for and what the book was about, and when I continued to edit the book, I realized there was one main theme of every chapter—letting go. Funny enough, that’s kind of been a recurring lesson in my personal life, too, so it just felt right. “Let that shit go,” is something I’d say to anyone I was talking to, so it came naturally.
FROST: I have always wanted to write a book. For a person who doesn’t know the intricacies of putting out a quality publication tell us what that process entails?
Bruna: It’s not easy, but it’s not impossible. You just need the discipline to keep writing and the courage to be fearless with your story. It didn’t matter so much about writing in order of chapters or worrying about the logistics. The hard part was overcoming the resistance that many artists face when creating.
FROST: I am sure you are traveling the world and promoting your book, however, what is next in store for Bruna Nessif?
Bruna: I mean, I hope to travel the world and promote the book! That’s the ideal goal, but as a self-published author, it’s a little harder, however, I’m grateful for the opportunities that have presented themselves thus far and for people like you who are willing to lend me a platform to talk about the book because I believe in it so much. The next thing coming soon is a Q&A and book signing event in Los Angeles! I’m doing the event at The Last Bookstore which is one of my favorite places on Oct. 1 at 7 p.m. Tickets include a copy of the book and are available on their website!