M.C. Sburlea


I was not privileged but I was lucky enough to travel the world and who managed to immerse myself in many cultures which have taught me a lot. I love learning new information about basically everything but with an emphasis on human rights, history, the universe, multiculturalism. I cannot say I live in a specific country because, since 2007, I had the opportunity to live in several countries on different continents and I did not manage to decide where exactly to settle down so I am still trying to do a semester in one country (studying or teaching - and sometimes both), the next in a different one and so on. I loved to paint, write and sing as a child, but due to unfortunate circumstances I had to give it all up until I turned 24 and I met the artist I most admire in this world and who had an amazing reaction to what I was doing and so I decided to give my passions another chance and turned from a career as a political consultant to teaching universal history and doing things related to art (so I would not say that my life has changed since 2012, I just completely shifted focus, whoaaa :D ).

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Smashwords book reviews by M.C. Sburlea

  • A Week And A Day In The Lives Of Two Angry Young Men on Oct. 02, 2013

    interesting and funny. made me laugh quite loud toward the end. I love how you showed their points of view.
  • Whiskey Kisses and Rattlesnakes on Oct. 03, 2013

    interesting to read. make sure you read the story again it has a few typos. as I began to read it I could not have imagined who the two main characters actually were so it was nice to find out their true identity.
  • Surrender To The Valkyrie: Life In Six Poems on Oct. 03, 2013
    (no rating)
    In my opinion, the shortest, Paradise Promised, was the best. I do not know why, but I loved it.
  • The Righteous Government on Oct. 03, 2013

    it was just as good as it was heartbreaking... great writing.
  • Waterloo Bridge on Nov. 06, 2013

    very nice, very very nice, it made me laugh when he said "mummy". you created an interesting character there.