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Sherif Guirguis

Sherif Guirguis
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An Egyptian by birth, cosmopolitan by convection, Sherif started writing at the age of eight, and he didn't stop since then. He always thought that our world needed a dash of magic, and this is what he always included in his writings.
Originally a medical doctor, but he decided to leave medicine behind to pursue his passion for the word since then he wrote three books.
The chronicles of Agartha: Book 1 - The Green boy, is his third book, his first was "The Door", a magical realism thriller, and the "The Trinity's Dream", a contemporary fantasy about the end of days.
He is happily married and has two daughters, whom he adores.

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The Chronicles of Agartha Series: Book 1 - The Green Boy: Epic Fantasy of Inner Earth
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The Chronicles of Agartha Series: Book 1 - The Green Boy: Epic Fantasy of Inner Earthby Sherif GuirguisPublish: Feb 20, 2020Series: The Chronicles of AgarthaFantasy Teen & Young Adult
Through The Storm: The Prequel of The Chronicles of Agartha
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Through The Storm: The Prequel of The Chronicles of Agarthaby Sherif GuirguisFantasy Teen & Young Adult

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    The Chronicles of Agartha Series: Book 1 - The Green Boy: Epic Fantasy of Inner Earth - Published on Feb, 2020

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    • AllAuthor AllAuthor 8 months ago
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    • How do you think concepts such as Kindle, and e-books have changed the present or future of reading?
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      • It opened the world for the new authors, it exploded the number of books available to read and made it far cheaper for a reader to find their leisure in any genre.
        And it made the world a smaller place to boot, reader clubs now have books written from authors from all over the world, and the clubs themselves became as diversified as the authors.
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      • Sherif Guirguis Sherif Guirguis 7 months ago
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      • Fantasy and science fiction, of course, let the young brains dream and create, not to be stifled in drama and greek melodrama. There are enough fantasy and Science fiction classics to cover every curriculum of study on the planet.
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      • HAHAHA, The Trinity's Dream. That book was a silly challenge with a writer friend, to write and be published under a month, and I won, but as a result, the book was too short, only 35,000 words total.
        I actually plan to re-write it and publish it again.
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      • Sherif Guirguis Sherif Guirguis 7 months ago
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      • As I grew older, I gathered more experience, and this provided a library of emotions and events which I can borrow shamelessly from. It made my writing richer for it.
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    • AllAuthor AllAuthor 8 months ago
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    • Have you ever incorporated something that happened to you in real life into your novels?
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      • Sherif Guirguis Sherif Guirguis 7 months ago
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      • All the time, just mask it into the settings of the book, I think true experience is a writer's most powerful resource, as it makes the story far more relatable and believable.
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      • Sure I do, and I love the good and the bad, as long as it is not personal. The good helps me to feel better about myself, who doesn't? The bad help me to evolve my work and make it better.
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      • This is rather funny, my younger self was very driven until I faced the first disaster, involving having my work stolen and produced by others, which caused me to quit for almost 20 years.
        I would tell my younger self you should not have quit, and continue writing, it will pass.
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      • This is very subjective, but for me, it is consistency. I think to have a well-written story you need to be consistent in your tone through the story and if it has any sequels, they all need to have the same tone, voice, and pace.
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