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 with first letter S

Sami Sabet

Born in Cairo in 1955 to a medical doctor father and supporting mother, Sami Sabet lived an international life, being raised and educated in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the US, Libya and England. He holds an honour’s degree in Electronics Engineering, a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE). Further qualifications include a Coaching Diploma from The Coaching Academy and accreditation in personality profiling. His career began as an engineer in the UK, working for Philips Electronics and ... 

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Gregory A. Sallee

Gregory Sallee was born in San Bernardino, California. After high school he became a truck driver before joining the army. He met and married his wife toward the end of his military career and they had a son together. After attaining the rank of sergeant, he left the army. He went back to truck driving. He stopped driving when an illness caught up to him from his time in Iraq causing problems with his lungs. He lost his wife at the age of 40 and, wanting to do something meaningful, he began writing. His favorite activities are being in nature, ... 

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Neven Samas

Neven Samas is a father, grandfather and retired businessman from Northern Ireland who enjoys watching sports, music, cooking, and IT in addition to writing. This is his first published work, written to memorialise his daughter and in the hope of helping others through their grief. 

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Gohar Sargsyan

Gohar Sargsyan was born in Armenia. She finished school after Sakharov, and then graduated Saint-Petersburg University, law department. After marriage she moved to the Netherlands and presently she is writing creatively there. The book “Naked body… Dressed soul” was written during the most difficult and the happiest period of her life. 

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McDonald H. Savoury

McDonald H. Savoury grew up in the Pilgrim Holiness church, later renamed the Wesleyan Holiness church. A prolific reader, he read and studied everything he could about the scriptures. He later joined the Seventh-day Adventist church, of which he is still a member today. He graduated from the Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic in building drawing and worked in that field in private industry and in government service for sixteen years, until he was forced to retire due to loss of sight through glaucoma. After losing his vision in 1990, he ... 

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Tony Jeton Selimi

Born in 1969 in the town of Gostivar, Republic of Northern Macedonia, Tony J. Selimi went from living homeless and penniless to an internationally recognised TEDx speaker, award-winning author, self-made multi-millionaire, and cognition expert specialising in human behaviour, emotional intelligence, and leadership excellence. He co-created Living My Illusion documentary and pioneered several trademarked methodologies in human development to help other people reach their aspirations and dreams. Entrepreneurs, CEO's, global leaders, Hollywood A ... 

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Peter Sellers

Peter M. Sellers was born in 1932. He was educated at The Hulme Grammar School, Oldham, Lancashire. His favourite activities are antiques and woodland management. He is a Chartered Surveyor with forty-six years’ experience within a major Civil Engineering PLC company, followed by five years as Scottish and Northern England Consultant to the Denham Syndicate at Lloyd’s Underwriters. He was engaged as visiting lecturer by Manchester University for five years on Civil Engineering law and contract procedure. He operated his own company for fifteen ... 

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M. R. Sethi

M.R. Sethi is a retired Professor of English. He has taught English literature to graduate and postgraduate students of English for more than forty-five years. He has written more than five hundred articles on literature and other topics and published fifteen books, including A Treasury of Literary Quizzes, The Literature Lover’s Quiz Book, The Philip Larkin Quiz and books on Emily Dickinson, Browning, Arnold, Dickens and Macbeth. His weekly Quizzing column ran for ten years in The Statesman. He has been organizing a number of Quiz Contests in ... 

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John Sheng

John Sheng (Chinese: 盛约翰) was born in Shanghai in the People’s Republic of China. He arrived in Australia in 1989. He has published several Chinese short stories, entitled Love in the City in 2012, Love in a Foreign Country in 2015, The Adventure of A Yi in 2016, The Death of a Martyr in 2017 and an English short-story collection (translated by Ouyang Yu) titled A Pale Skin (Novum Publishing in 2017). The short-story collection A Land of Forlorn Wide Geese features original stories which give great insight into Chinese life and ways of ... 

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Kirsten Shonle

Kirsten Shonle is a first-time author from Portland, ME where she lives with her husband and three boys. Shonle is introverted, artistic, creative, and humorous. Outside of writing, she also enjoys painting, reading, and creating memes. When she was fourteen, Shonle moved with her family from Colorado to Maine. Her husband supports her and her mental illness, and she loves her three humorous boys and two stepchildren. Shonle’s mission is to become an advocate to end the stigma that surrounds mental illness.

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Colin Simmonds

Colin Simmonds was born in 1955 in the UK. He attended Ripon Grammar School and thereafter, Birmingham University. He was employed by Associated British Foods plc from 1990 until 2017. His favourite activities were playing rugby union and cricket. He also enjoys travelling and reading. Colin’s special skills include business strategy and marketing. He is an accomplished rugby coach and businessman. He drove the development and general affairs of several companies. Latterly, he has pursued a consulting career at SIMMERGY Ltd; and while there ... 

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John Simpson

John Simpson was born in 1956. He has degrees in Metallurgy and Environmental Diagnostics, which prepared him for a career in the mining industry. John has performed various metallurgical roles on gold and diamond mines in South Africa, Angola and other countries. He was an Area Metallurgist on a diamond mine in Angola when that country’s first free elections took place. During the subsequent recommencement of the civil war he was captured by UNITA rebels and evacuated to Brazil on release. He spent several years as a Mining Specialist for an ... 

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D-J Sinclair

DJ Sinclair lives in Essex. She worked in freight forwarding for almost 21 years. Leaving that, she turned to writing. "The Duck Who Couldn’t Swim" is her first book. When not writing, she enjoys puzzles, spending time with and going on outings with her two children. 

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Jyoti Singh

Joyti Singh spent her childhood in Asia. She then moved to England due to her parents’ careers. Despite a deep love for writing and the arts, Singh dedicated her career to science. Before committing to a writing career, Singh first worked in a power station, she then worked as a youth worker and teacher, followed by running a resort to then becoming an artist and film-maker. Living in England with her husband and four children, Singh now devotes her time to her writing. To relax, Joyti enjoys hiking, swimming and cooking with her children.

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Carys Smith

Born in Kent in 1950 and now living in Wales, Carys Smith has already written several short stories and poems which have been widely published in anthologies both nationally and internationally. Before retiring, she worked as a teacher of English language and literature and later became one of a busy management team in various community education settings. She has also taught creative writing classes and continues to drop in and out of various local writing groups, sharing her own work and learning much from the work of others. Carys loves ... 

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William G. Smith

A former newspaper journalist, William G. Smith has worked and traveled extensively in Asia, Europe, and South America. He and his wife, Irene, a Canadian by birth, have lived and traveled throughout North America, living in various US states. 

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