For many, relocation played a significant role in their journey to self-discovery, especially for those in the creative space. The change in environment, the persistent inner conflicts and struggle, the ambiance that the new environment gives, and the natural features and the inspiration it gives to them have helped many creative people find their mojo. Andrew Madare isn’t any different; born in Moldova, it took him relocating to the United States seven years ago to find his passion in writing poetry, and since then, he hasn’t looked back.
As a quiet, introverted energetic person, writing is how Andrew expresses his inner world, and for him, writing happens unconsciously. Even though he only wrote when he was free, writing for him is a disconnection from life’s routine and is the only way to fly beyond imagination freely. To leave behind the bustle and stress of the physical realm and get in touch with his creativity, emotion, and create a reality beyond the one he is currently in is what writing represents for Andrew, and it gives him the fuel to keep him going.
Andrew is fresh from publishing his first book, titled Aqua Girl, a tribute to a girl Andrew describes as amazing and affluent. According to him, she can change people’s lives for the better. The girl in question is Vera Sharapova, who gave Andrew the courage, inspiration, and motivation to find himself and be the person he is meant to be. Aqua Girl was written to motivate readers into becoming vessels of change and to help them see through people who can make real difference in their lives. Andrew describes his book as a reflection of his inner conflicts and the struggle to find balance. “The girl that sparked the motivation and muse in me- Vera Sharapova (the most amazing bartender),” he concludes.
Aqua Girl is for everyone who wants to be inspired, who wants to see motivation from the eyes of another, and basically, for everyone who likes to read. Driven by his desire to express, Andrew hopes to exceed his expectation of himself within the next five years and hopefully sell thousands of copies of his book and be a best-selling author. “I’d like to motivate people not to be afraid to be different and express themselves.”
Aside from writing, despite the pandemic, Andrew currently works as a truck driver and is currently developing a mobile platform where users can make money from providing services based on their skill. The platform is called “HelpMe-Feel the Freedom,” and even though there is no launch date in sight, Andrew expects the application to be ready for use in a matter of months. He is also the author of Essence: Innocence of Faith, a spiritual and motivational book published in May 2020.
On his journey so far, Andrew said, “I had a lot of unpleasant experiences because of lack of knowledge or experience, and usually what gets me through is blind faith.” His journey, though, is far from over. To learn more about Andrew Madare, read Aqua Girl here.