Who I Am
I am an explorer, an eternal student of the human psyche and condition. I've taken a rather roundabout way arriving at writing fiction. On the way, I worked as a software developer (mostly to pay the rent), studied developmental psychology (with a PhD to show for it), and volunteered pretty much everywhere.
My fiction generally explores the intricacies of identity and the roles we assume in the tapestry of relationships. My short stories collection, Human Fragments, is now FREE on Amazon (click here to find it). Two of my short stories have been published in anthologies: Say My Name has been published in the Crime anthology Arabian Noir, and The War in the Mirror was selected for the anthology Silent Tears (available for pre-order here).
My short story Pomegranate was published in CafeLit Magazine, and you can read it here.