Donovan Sotam

Biography

I'm Portuguese by origin, but my pseudonym is definitely british, or at least he think he is.
I like writing (well, to tell you the truth what I like more is thinking of writing. I started writing when I was sixteen, but only at the age of 26 did I publish something worthwhile, or at the least I think it's worthile - Working for Heat - my first book, a collection of short humorous stories. And although I delved head first into humor, I definitely plan to broaden my horizons.

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Books

Working for Heat - Xmas Special
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 8,800. Language: English. Published: December 29, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
It's almost Christmas and a brave little Santa's elf is about to demand his work rights be respected by a corporate evil Santa. The demand leads to an audit by a very special Audit Faerie. Will Mukzi, the elf be granted his rights? Or will Santa and his German speaking, half-man, half-reindeer bodyguard be able to carry on with Christmas at the expense of slave elf work?
Working for Heat - Volume II
Price: Free! Words: 11,840. Language: English. Published: December 4, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » Satire
The II Volume of short-stories about the working world. Surreal aspects of everyday workplaces and exaggerated characters, that we can all, unfortunately, relate to. Working for heat is a direct translation of the Portuguese idiomatic expression - “trabalhar para aquecer” - which, very roughly, translates into working to no avail. A humorous satire about the working world.
Working for Heat
You set the price! Words: 7,070. Language: English. Published: November 2, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
A collection of short-stories centered around the working world. Surreal aspects of everyday workplaces and exaggerated characters, that we can all, unfortunately, relate to. Working for heat is a direct translation of the Portuguese idiomatic expression - “trabalhar para aquecer” - which, very roughly, translates into working to no avail. A humorous satire about the working world.

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