As I gear up to publishing my novel A Road to Damascus, I spent a few minutes this afternoon collecting blurbs from a few celebrities I’ve met over the years.
A scene from the novel A Road to Damascus gives a distorted impression of the power structure between the characters.
On the first day of November, Marshall woke up feeling grand.
This isn’t my journal so this isn’t an entry. Just a smattering of random thoughts scribbled at a cafe. Merkaz to be exact. Dubai to be precise. One month in.
Meedo has three heads.
Set in contemporary Beirut, A Road to Damascus is a faux-thriller about a reclusive botanist who witnesses a political murder and is drawn into a personal investigation. Read an excerpt from Meedo’s upcoming novel.
is an Architect & Filmmaker in Beirut, Tokyo, Los Angeles and Dubai (yes he can be several places at once). For more, follow him on Twitter @meedot.
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