Nayacalevu writes to encourage visionaries

Mr Nayacalevu poses with a young fan at his book launch on Thursday March 29. Picture: LICE MOVONO

Update: 1:29PM
WITH an aim to inspire people to keep dreaming of achieving great things 37-year old Romulo Nayacalevu set out with a mission to write a book for dreamers and visionaries.

Titled Dream On the book was officially launched at the Wesley City Mission Church Hall last night and Mr Nayacalevu sought inspiration for the book from the most unusual of places.  

“As a person of Faith it was God that had inspired me to write this book but the biggest inspiration If I may call it, was when I saw the grave in Lovonilase,” Mr Nayacalevu said. 

“I realized it might be seen by many as the end of life but in fact for me that is also the determinant of how a person has lived so this book Dream on is about inspiring people to keep dreaming for great things.”

The book took Mr Nayacalevu four months to complete and came with its challenges.

“I started writing this book in April last year and then I completed the rough draft by August and after that it was just a bit of editing that was going back and forth,” he said.

“Personally one of the challenges I faced was, when writing a book for us Fijians in which English is our second language it can be a very difficult task and this can be daunting.”

Mr Nayacalevu acknowledged his parents for nurturing his dreams at a young age and his wife Vivienne Nayacalevu for being a visionary and keeping the dream alive.