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Much more than a mere 46 year old Frenchman with a business background, I should have followed my mother’s advice to study literature...
Born in Casablanca into a long line of colonists, my pioneer ancestors came from France, Italy and Greece. After Morocco’s independence in 1965, my family and I relocated to Nantes, the birthplace of Jules Verne...
Inspired by my city’s intellectual vibe, I started writing at 15 and had a shot at publishing my essays “Amalgame de Rêves” two years later.
Failing to become a published author, I was sent to a private institute in Paris where I studied economics and business following my father’s lead. Unfortunately, I succumbed to my rebellious side and fled to Mexico and a couple of years later to Nepal...
By a twist of fate, I ended up working for an American corporation in 1992 in Kuwait. I subsequently spent most of my career to date in various international sales management roles in the interior construction sector.
Married to an English community arts graduate who retrained as a primary school teacher, I have three sons and a baby daughter.
After many attempts at being a happy and successful business man working for others or for myself and in various locations such as the Middle East and London, I have settled down in the quaint and quiet North Yorkshire where I recently completed a French novel titled Sam, which is a partly autobiographic account of a young Frenchman’s life in Saudi Arabia.
My latest novel 2084: Unu Lando encompasses ecotopian, techno-thriller and cyberpunk styles. It is a futuristic Romeo & Juliet tale, set in a quirky new world amidst political turmoil and swanky technology.
I am currently working on a totally new genre: women’s literature.