Downtime To Ponder My Guilt

Author Interview
Ian D. Niall Author Interview

Trust vs Lust is a riveting autobiography that takes readers through the ups and downs of your life. Why was this an important book for you to write?

The novel was a purely cathartic exercise for me, as I go through the Covid-19 hiatus 6000 kilometres from my wife and step-daughter and have so much depression-cum-downtime to ponder my guilt.

I appreciated the candid nature with which you told your story. What were some ideas that were important for you to convey in your book?

Most important to me, was to inwardly apologise for my hurtful approach to relationships and to understand how much influence my experiences as a naval cadet had to do with my sins.

It was also incredibly important for me to highlight the cruelty and humiliation that so many of us suffered, all whilst with the complete knowledge and acceptance of the Australian Naval Hierarchy.

What is one thing you hope readers take away from your story?

If the readers are to take only one thought process from my book, it is to view everybody in the world as your equal until proven otherwise. Grudges are a weight around your neck to hinder your progress through to a happy ending.

When will the book be published and where will it be available?

This is the $1,000,000 question. Is it good enough to publish, and where would an expert such as yourself, advise that I begin?

Trust vs. Lust Book Review

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