Sean Triner occasionally lives in rural New South Wales in Australia. He is co-owner of fundraising businesses Pareto Fundraising and Pareto Phone, helping raise funds for great charities. He loves a yarn. With some encouragement from a writers group and an understanding girlfriend he managed to get some time away from writing charity appeals and fundraising articles and write a bit of fiction instead.
A modern fable, Haruki the Knife Maker takes us on a short but exciting journey with a simple man confronted by modern society. The story challenges the developed world approach to progress. Is growth for growths sake good for the soul?
All proceeds due to the author from the sale of this story will be donated to Amnesty International.