A writer’s life can be defined as a series of experiences that give rise to the next story.
For me, the first few years of my writing career were a bit of a whirlwind, which was partly the result of a combination of luck and determination.
For many of us, the joys of childhood and adolescence were fleeting, but the experience of learning a language and being a child was exhilarating.
But then I got sick of the whole experience.
I was diagnosed with a severe form of the chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), a disease that affects the lungs and can cause life-threatening problems.
It was only after I lost my family and went to university that I realised I had to change the way I thought about my life.
I started writing fiction, in the form of short stories, and began writing about the people who inspired me, my family, my work and my life, and this led to a number of novels, short stories and short stories that I publish and read and, eventually, a collection of short fiction that I published in the UK.
A new career, and a new outlook on life, followed as I moved back to my native city of London to pursue my PhD in creative writing.
In 2012, I was invited to write a book about a fictional character named Ayla, who was an orphan, and who I thought would be a good example of a young writer.
I went to her home and found her in the middle of the night, sleeping.
I told her I was a writer, but she didn’t believe me.
I don’t think she even understood the title of the book I was writing, which I called The Stories We Tell in the Name of Our Own Lives.
The Story of Ayls was not an easy book to write.
I tried to write it as honestly as I could, and then I had the experience in 2016 that I didn’t want to go back.
I think the story is one of my most powerful stories.
I thought I had it in me to write this book about Aylas, but then she died and I started writing.
I am grateful for the support I received, and I can’t wait to share the book with people.
My first book was called ‘The Story Of Aylia’, and I have been writing about Ays ever since.