Featured Interview With Bianca Nemes
Tell us a little about yourself. Where were you raised? Where do you live now?
My name is Bianca Nemes. I was born in Cluj-Napoca, Romania and I am living here since then.
I am a computer science graduated and now I am also studying psychology at university.
Due to my organized and logical mind, I like to find the sense in everything that I do and I want to spread value to people and to encourage them to live.
My passions are reading, writing, painting and walking. I get inspired by emotions, human mind and experiences.
I wrote a book, ‘Collinearity solution. Counterpoint’ and I am currently writing for the next one.
At what age did you realize your fascination with books? When did you start writing?
As I well remember, the book first book that I liked was ‘Singur pe lume’ by Hector Malot when I was on the third grade at school. Since then, I started to read a variety of books, from my parents’ home library and then from County Library from Cluj-Napoca. I was going every week with my best friend to borrow books. After reading dozens of books, I realized what are my favorite themes and genres.
Due to the fact that I was participating to literature contests since general school, I started to write a lot about existential themes and to provide better and better arguments to the requirements. I started to love thinking about life, about the subjects that the most famous authors have already written about and to create my own perspectives. Since highschool, I started to write in a notebook about feelings, about experiences that gave me intense emotions and then I developed those words in my first book, ‘Collinearity solution. Counterpoint’. It was written during many years and I did not know that what I started to read by then, will be in hands of many other people.
Who are your favorite authors to read? What is your favorite genre to read. Who Inspires you in your writings?
Some of my favorite authors are Irvin Yalom, Paulo Coelho, Emil Cioran.
My genres to read are psychology, philosophy, romance, thriller and creative psychology.
Human being in general inspires me to write. I get inspired by emotions, by experiences that are intense and hard to explain. I like to observe human behaviors and to try to see the motives behind the masks, I want to discover the true self of a person. When I get to know a person for real it is really astonishing. Moreover, whenever I feel down, I feel anxiety or something that is not right about myself, I start to put myself questions. Many times I discover patterns at myself and at other people.
Emotions, human mind, experiences observed or lived are my source of writing. Writing is a way of being vulnerable, a way of searching, with a cathartic effect, which creates bindings between ourselves.
Tell us a little about your latest book?
Do you exist or do you just live?
Are you looking for the right questions or are you running for the correct answer, considered universal?
‘Collinearity solution. Counterpoint’ emphasizes the summary of cognitive and sensory processes extrapolated from inner feelings, emotions and experiences, highlighting the connection between universe and human being.
The constant search and flight of human being can be directed towards himself with the aim of reunification and self-creation, through the foundation of love, values and truth.
Chaotic questions, but maybe with meaning, appear incessantly second by second. Did you stop to listen to them? To feel their point of origin?
You sought to know how you feel to realize who you are or you think it is superfluous because you already know too much or the nothing is being replaced by sufficiency?
You are doomed to live, but free to exist.
It was writing for myself first, but then I feel the need to share emotion, value, courage of being.
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