R J Samuel

Biography

Site: www.rjsamuel.com
Email: R.J_Samuel@yahoo.com
Twitter: @R_J_Samuel
Facebook: www.facebook.com/RJSamuelAuthor

R J Samuel was born in Nigeria, to Indian parents. She spent many years qualifying to be a medical doctor first in Nigeria, then Ireland, but ran away from home to do a Masters in IT. She settled on IT as a career rather than Medicine as she thought computers might be more logical than people, but that hasn’t always proven to be the case. She remained Ireland for many years, apart from a few years in the southwest of France where she ran a restaurant-bar despite having absolutely no interest in restaurants, except for eating in them. She considers herself almost Irish, almost Indian, and almost American. She now lives in Atlanta in America where, in her latest creative outburst, she wants to establish an artist retreat in a mostly unusable property.

Where to find R J Samuel online


Where to buy in print


Videos

Heart Stopper Book Trailer
Heart Stopper is a thriller set in Galway, a city on the west coast of Ireland that is a research and manufacturing hub within the multi-billion-dollar medical devices industry. An Irish-Indian coder, who works at a pacemaker clinic, wakes up one morning in an unfamiliar apartment and makes a gruesome discovery. Her investigation exposes secrets that threaten a multi-million dollar enterprise.

R J Samuel Radio Interview
R J Samuel on wrfm Westport radio Arts show with Breda Burns and Grainne O'Reilly on Sunday 23rd March 2014.

Song from the novel A Place Somewhere
The single A Place Somewhere from the novel of the same name by R J Samuel. (Word by R J Samuel, Music/Performance by Sharon Murphy)

Books

In Your Words
Price: Free! Words: 8,620. Language: English. Published: February 4, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian, Fiction » Romance » Short stories
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A short story (3100 words) Amelia is an author who writes about love but has lost her belief in it. She is participating in a book signing week in yet another stop on what seems like an endless tour. When she escapes to a quiet corner of the bookstore Amelia meets the woman who she knows can restore her faith in love, but will she have a chance to find out?

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