Engulfed with passion and insight, it illuminates the beauty of life and endless matters that revolve around it.
Los Angeles (PRWEB) January 29, 2015
In his new book, “Naked in the Swamp” (published by Xlibris), author Mohammad Saeed Habashi shares an absorbing collection of short stories that will take readers on a journey to different lands. These stories reflect on the intricate depths of the lives people live as they face love, prejudice, social conflict and purpose. As readers follow these insightful tales flowing with adventure, romance and excitement, they are guided to discover the wonders of self-reflection.
This compilation offers 21 short stories inspired by the people who lived around author Habashi. He tells of stories from a myriad of Iran’s cities and other countries such as Thailand, France, Denmark and America. The stories portray the lives of people who want to be free and fly, but sadly fall into the darkness of the swamp; it shares about people who are looking for love, but social constraints bind them from achieving it. The stories serve as a deep resonation of love, affection, friendship, anger and prejudice that are bound to echo deep within the reader’s hearts.
“Naked in the Swamp” opens new doors to the reader to different people and different lands. Engulfed with passion and insight, it illuminates the beauty of life and endless matters that revolve around it.
“Naked in the Swamp”
By Mohammad Saeed Habashi
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 130 pages | ISBN 9781499085709
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 130 pages | ISBN 9781499085716
E-Book | 130 pages | ISBN 9781499085723
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Mohammad Saeed Habashi, who was born in Shiraz, is an Iranian journalist and fiction writer and continues the same way in United States (Los Angeles) after the revolution in Iran. Habashi is fully proficient in journalism in all sections of newspapers and magazines to radio and television. His passion for writing started during adolescence. He still has not finished school when he entered the world of journalism. In Iran, he published his first book, “Kiss on the Sands Beach.”
After the revolution, Habashi, like many journalists, artists, and writers of intelligentsia migrant, moved to Thailand, Denmark, America, and settled in Los Angeles, and the journalistic activities, and the writing of stories continued.
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