Greg M. Sarwa is a native of Chrzanow, Poland. After graduating from high school, he entered the Academy of Mining and Metallurgy College in Krakow Poland to pursue a Geology degree.
While still in college, he married his childhood sweetheart and shortly after, they immigrated to the United States in a search of a new beginning and to start a new life.
After many different jobs, Greg realized that his biggest passion was writing. His observations of the surrounding world and of human nature have nourished him for this writing journey, where not to his surprise his fictitious ideas become reality.
With his wife and two daughters, he resides in Illinois.
Books by Greg M. Sarwa:
"The Valley of Silent People"
"If only I could..."
ForeWord Magazine - 2005 Book of the Year Bronze Medal in Science Fiction – "The Cattle"
USA Book News – The National "Best Books 2007" Awards in Fiction and Literature: Romance category – "If only I could…"
"If only I could..." is a simple story about love. This is not a romance. It is a tale of the true and lasting love everyone dreams about-the undeniable love only some find in a lifetime of searching.
John Kadel is a stubborn, single old man with a colorful past and questions for which he has no answers. Not long after his doctor hands him a death sentence, John runs into someone from his past.
The evening before the National Identification System officially becomes a reality, during the last control tests of the system, something goes wrong: someone accidentally discovers the real purpose of the implants. A secret agenda, hidden behind the “identity verification” cover, is exposed.
"The Valley of Silent People" is a fable in the tradition of magic realism of Paulo Coelho’s "The Alchemist" (Harper One, 1993). It alludes to the controversial subject of Mary Magdalene from the perspective of an ordinary man, who while experiencing most obscure moments of his life finds himself in the middle of exceptional circumstances.