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My writing reflects my diverse interests such as Books, Comics, Health, Teaching, Films, Art, Music, Video Games and many more. I am greedy in my pursuits and feel there is not enough time in one lifetime to appreciate all that humanity has achieved in love and life, in art and science.

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I was born in the palm fringed east coast of South India. I live and work in the UK and enjoy the heritage and narrative possibilities of the wonderful Language of my adopted home.

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