Asif M Sardar (1961-) was born in Punjab Pakistan, emigrated to England as a small child and grew up in Birmingham.
He originally worked as a Medical Research Scientist before cross-training to work as an IT Consultant, initially with the British Ministry of Defence and then the Japanese IT company Fujitsu.
He enjoys reading a wide range of contemporary literature, is a keen student of cinema and his favourite directors are Howard Hawks, David Lean and Stanley Kubrick and his favourite actor is Clint Eastwood.
Asif enjoys a range of music, both Western & Asian, especially Mohammed Rafi, Mansoor Malangi, Mehdi Hassan, Meatloaf and Paul Simon;
His comic heroes are the Marx brothers, especially Groucho, the late Irish comic writer & performer Spike Milligan, and the British comedy group Monty Python. In addition he is also an avid comic book reader and collector with deep and trivial knowledge of the Marvel universe; he has referenced these influences and interests in his writings.
His first book "Colin Thorson Teenage Superhero" was published in April 2012 and he has continued to write books in a variety of genres, usually with a humorous flavour.
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by Asif Sardar
Price: $2.99 USD. 51810 words.
Published on November 2, 2012. Fiction.
A tale of the forgotten Santa. Santa Clown delivered his gifts with a joke until one Christmas Eve he failed and was replaced by Santa Claus. Now saboteurs are wrecking Santa's Workshop and demanding the return of the Forgotten One.
Can the gifts be delivered as usual or is this the Christmas when it all falls part?
Whatever happens, Christmas will never be the same again.
Colin Thorson Teenage Superhero
by Asif Sardar
Price: $0.99 USD. 19270 words.
Published on July 2, 2012. Fiction.
Colin, a troubled teenager living in the North of England, is having nightmares of a talking crow with a startling revelation.
Read his story as he struggles with his problems; Can Colin save his girlfriend from the Evil One, become the first superhero of Stoke and get his homework done or is he merely delusional?
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