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My next novel 2021

Sometimes, Abed searches the dustbins for newspapers, magazines or books. An American professor lived in the neighborhood.

 – The weather is fine here all the time. That is why you are not as studious as Europeans are. There, it snows and people stay at home to study. – Michael said.

 – When Granada was the world capital of science, Europe lived in abysmal ignorance. – Abed commented.

   The weather is fine, indeed, for tourists. However, Abed is an example of marginalized intellectuals!

   Abed is an example of well- educated people living under the sky roof. He is the hero of my next novel. I will try to publish it in 2021 


My next novel 2022

   I wanted to share my holidays between Andalusia and Morocco. Malaga, a city with Arab and Roman prints, was my last destination before jumping to Africa. I had a good friend there. He invited me to pay a visit to the city. With every step, he told me about his life.     

   He was a retired child. He spent most of his time in front of the television, watching cartoons. Documentaries about animals, mainly marine ones, were the ones he loved most.

 Sadly, The Mediterranean has become the grave of so many innocent lives in recent years. This will be the topic of my next novel I will try to publish in 2022.


The car-guard: As a car-guard, this job is modest. But, it let me know very helpful people I really loved. Even if it might seem unsuitable for some, this job helped me let people know about my being a writer, the other side of my personality… Now, let us see what the prime-minister thinks. Prime minister: It’s not rational. A human Minister cannot become a car-guard. Now, look at the comparison: human minister compared to car-guard. This, according to the politician, means that the car-guard is not human. If you listen carefully, the kind of speech he uses is colloquial, using French twisted words as if he had never been to school. There are thousands of car-guards in this country, who are far better bred than most politicians. But, who said politicians lie? They just do not find the right words to tell the truth! How can you expect your children to be truthful when you yourself tell lies?

Sad Sauce

My seventh book already!

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Sad Sauce’ is my seventh book. The story reflects part of my life. Sadness is its main ingredient. I am mostly sad for others, who cannot afford their least needs. Whereas, some complain about their tiny pocket money of 500€ a day, I spent seven years of my youth living on less than two euros a day. Suicide cases have in-creased lately in our society be-cause of its tendency to individual-ism. While most of us waste money on gambling, smoking, drinking alcohol, taking drugs… poor peo-ple suffer silently on the margin. Indeed, sad sauce is the main meal for the majority, who bleed to quench the rich thirst of wealth