Interview with Mohini Hersom

Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in India where I lived until the age of 20. I am currently living in the UK where I have been continuously since 2004, and where I lived from 1981-1983 and got a degree in Physics from UMIST, Manchester in 1983.

I like to say that roses are red because they are flowers but blood is red for a different reason.It goes against my grain to argue that I am not a product of my upbringing, even if I am doing the same thing as people of other cultures. They do it because of their upbringing and I do it because of mine. Even if I felt someone was false accusing me of being a stereotypically of my birth culture I would find it inappropriate and embarrassing to contest the charge.
Like I explained in my book it is NOT a dirty (porno) book, and is suitable for scholars in the UK as it refers to local SEX EUGENICS which like other eugenics is intended to improve the human race. Because of the subject of eugenics I have briefly mentioned Adolf Hitler in my SEX MANUAL. In the new reality intended to cater to the lesser side of man (or woman) and superior rights for people of lower intelligence, the scientist of today is offering in the media things that lead to temptation and are of "mutual benefit" such as huge offers and promises of great sex and money to a female-dominated audience. People especially young women are being mentally indoctrinated that there is big sex and big money, and unlimited power and glamour if they only get into a Science course. The internet is full of articles about "fizziks" like hairdressers artists etc who want to "paint" the "fizziks" talks, and the Physics fetish is a type of sexual interest found in these women, due to Physics streetshows to round up women. Naturally these "sex women" are here for a different purpose and are going to behave badly, to real Physics graduates who are women because they are here to seek men.. Likewise intellectualism I feel is undergoing an "ethnic cleansing"whereby the printed word is being purged of all thoughtforms were men have more skill than women to create a Brave New World.

As such I do not consider myself a product of my culture, more a case of being able to understand and acquire new beliefs, because I am an adult, and adults can do that. In the 80s it was recognized (and much-appreciated) that I am very Westernized, when I was in the UK, and in the USA. It is not appreciated now! As such if you read carefully you will see the author of this SEX MANUAL is quite conservative, but this is NOT because of my upbringing as an Asian. I had my book (and another similar one) read and evaluated by an elderly Physics professor of USA, originally from England who was fascinated but he strongly disapproved of the "salacious" title using the word "SEX".
I can say that where I grew up would influence my writing especially as it is a philosophy, and that one's views are shaped by where one grows up. Specifically I belong to an obsolete breed who had cultural hybridization, whereas the people currently in their 20s have culture given to them on a plate with any truth pertaining to humans or culture has been modified sanitized and perfumed, reshaped for their convenience comfort and for maximum profit.

Sex Manual for Physicists I call "left-brained pornography" desires to expose naked truths that are part of an environmental change which according to me are more an evil than anything else. The ideas expressed in the book they are intended for scientists or about them, in the 21st century. The book presents an alternative coverage for the changes worded glamorously elsewhere,. As the book does refer to Asian culture in "women axioms" the fact of my upbringing is covered in the content of the book.

As such I would like people to understand (or I should say believe) I am rather modern progressive and original, except that arguing about social trends and customs is not modern. We live in the leaflet age, and our day to day lives are made painless by indoctrinating leaflets a substitute for people making own decisions on moral/ social issues, &on how to treat their fellow human,Making comments about scientists doing things is not slander. By English law only false statements are slander, and ideas and attitudes are not slander, as they are not a fact, and anything that is not a fact is neither true nor false,except when printed comments are seen they as saying something bad about someone,. Criticizing a group of people is not slander unless it mentions someone's name. For example "Doctors are butchers, lawyers are liars, boys are monkeys" is not slander, because the comment is general and one is allowed to make a reasoned attack, It is frowned upon as modern women only comply; I am shunned and ostracised by men& scientists. They hate my gender equality and offered as MEAT TO VULTURES to groups of uneducated women to lie about me in court maintain false records and have unlimited invincibility so I'm sexually abused to death!
When did you first start writing?
Late 2004. i had been writing to myself since 1999, and had not considered publishing books until 2004
What's the story behind your latest book?
I have not written a story book, and have done only non-fiction apart from my partial auto-biography which needs much correction. I have not had enough time over the last decade to devote to writing, This is somewhat a missed opportunity as one cannot expect ones creative years to come back nor will they last forever for any author
What motivated you to become an indie author?
I am new to self-publishing having been made so easy, I believed in 2004 that one needed to find a publisher and I got a lifetime membership on firstwriter, to search for literary agents. My results were somewhat disappointing, They did not want unsolicited manuscripts and only wanted to hear from authors they had already attached themselves to, I also tried sending my manuscripts off to people listed as free reviewers suggested on certain websites which said I would get a reply in a few weeks but realized that they were never going to reply. Self-publishing has been a boon for me as for so many others-opened a whole new world
How has Smashwords contributed to your success?
I heard about Smashwords only a few months ago, from a local publisher that does the books a close friend of mine writes, It is a superior website, all properly organized. I think it is a step for me in the forward direction
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
I like to express myself, and to leave behind a trail in case something (anything) happens to me. There has to be someone for every role: that's why you have the saying about the butcher the baker the candlestick maker. Mine then is to oppose in an age when all women comply and are heavily rewarded with money sex and man-made . To be specific about writing about this subject it is my personal opinion I am being exterminated,and this is part of the move to have a Brave New World. I want everyone in the world, if possible, to know what is happening to me. Britain is a welfare state and people cannot be exterminated if a lot of people know it is happening. On the other hand exposing sex eugenics can get me into what is effectively life imprisonment and this does mean I will go to jail. I was abused as a woman and expelled by the Institute of Physics, this expulsion is on the records and cannot be illegal for me to broadcast -as such men would treat me with contempt, to force me to go to "womens groups" as they were trying to prevent sexual activity by segregating boys and girls among sexually incontinent teenagers, and the females once they have had sex will not want to be in fizziks any more, and desire only to become what used to be known as housewife. Hopefully I can mention my date of birth August 1958, and this "sex treatment" was inappropriate. I want to broadcast about the hatred of physicists such as my old UMIST classmates in this Brave New World where women are on a "lower level" and they get support to maintain their ego on a giant's level
Who are your favorite authors?
It may not create a good impression to say I have not been a voracious reader. When I was 14 I was moved by "Devils advocate" a novel from y school library about a terminally ill Catholic priest who is appointed to verify if a particular man labelled by Italian villagers as a saint was really a saint. When I was 14 I finished reading the Complete Work of Sherlock Holmes. I also read the Indian book Panchatantra in the original when I was 16 but by then had permanently lost interest in story books. I like Sherlock Holmes, Agatha Christie, James Hadley Chase-his books should make a comeback-Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, and basically any book that is non fiction with a dark foreboding about the future.I was shocked to hear Chase went out of fashion because he is labelled a misogynist. He was in fact an Englishman who had visited USA and lived in Switzerland and wrote 100s of novels about the American underworld, where his books had a moral theme showing "Crime does not pay". I like "How to lie with statistics" and Peter's principle, I have read several other famous authors. I love Asterix and Tintin comics. I don't have kids but feel that every kid should be given comics. I spent time in my childhood with Spooky and Casper, the mean and friendly ghost respectively, and Richie Rich the poor Little Rich Kid, The last paperback book I read was in 2011, called Eternal Treblinka, by Charles Patterson, given me recently by a Jewish activist in Manchester which like most of my favorites has gone out of print.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
I probably did but I don't remember
What is your writing process?
Notepad. Cut and paste. Open Office. Process? typing
Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
I was under 4, so I don't remember
How do you approach cover design?
I used Microsoft Paint, and used a freeware to generate the FRACTAL in my book cover
What are your five favorite books, and why?
Oh! Five?
For reasons I have explained above, I will choose
Brave New World By Aldous Huxley
Eternal Treblinka By Charles Patterson
The Trial By Kafka
Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway
Death of Salesman By Arthur Miller.
Unfortunately I am not a voracious reader of books
What do you read for pleasure?
In recent times I have been on google all the time, reading technical books and articles involving get rich schemes
What is your e-reading device of choice?
What book marketing techniques have been most effective for you?
None tried as yet
Describe your desk
I don't have one. I prefer to sit cross-legged on beds and carpets which kind of helps with my long sight (I am now very presbyopic) as the book is farther from my eyes when placed on a bed or carpet than on a desk. I like people having originality and face a low tolerance level towards those who don't stick to convention and stereotypes-some of us can't! I wish they would like think of me as a sh** because I sit cross legged don't use desks when possible. I was advised to use desk as a teen, but there are biological reasons for our choices and I think my long sight made me prefer a way to keep my book at a distance and that became a habit. I lived with my grandparents in my late teens and there was no separate work desk even though that would have been arranged if I had asked for it, I was that thrifty girl that used slate and chalk to practise equations to save money on paper, and worked long hours on a bed after school and my grandparents accepted my weirdness
What do your fans mean to you?
I think my views are unpopular, But if anyone thinks I am not a human being, that's what I call racism
What are you working on next?
I have pressing and urgent engagements in the foreseeable future. No plans for authorship can be made at this time.
What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
I believe in the adage "Today is the first day of the rest of your life".
Published 2013-10-03.
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Books by This Author

Broadcast from a coffin
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 46,220. Language: English. Published: March 8, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs
Handwritten in 2004, and submitted to the British library in 2006. "Broadcasting from a coffin" is a partial autobiography of Mohini Hersom. She says: Firstly the sound coming from a coffin can be muffled and so you may have to use an amplifier. Secondly, people do not like broadcasts coming from a coffin, which may be the reason why I am bookworthy and newsworthy.
Sex Manual for Physicists-A Conceptual Guide and System Tour
Price: $7.50 USD. Words: 16,960. Language: Commonwealth English. Published: July 30, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Philosophy » Criticism, Nonfiction » Education and Study Guides » Educational psychology
Sex Manual for physicists consisting of monochromatic text without images is non-fiction, and is a non-pornographic book. Periodically spiced with sexually explicit words but no purple patches, the book is about a dark subject and unsuitable for children whose physical or mental age or both, are under 21. The author Mohini Hersom has made a eugenic discovery, and wants to disseminate worldwide....