Harvest Nights

It’s been a year since I released a new book. People might say it’s because I got married this year, but it’s actually because I was busy with my movie “Callous” which I released on Amazon Prime, my comic book “The Epics of….” (Oh wait I’m not suppose to reveal the real title of my comic until the last issue from Part 1), moving along, and I was busy with…. you know what I can’t even mention this one either…. so yes I’ve been busy, but now I have a chance to get back to book publishing. The beginning of our new decade will see the release of my new Horror Novella, “Harvest Nights”, a Lovecraftian horror inspired by Native American myths in Colonial Times. It will be one of those books with sketches at the end of each Chapter. To be honest it is not easy to draw a creepy sketch, but I am beginning to get the hang of it. This sketch isn’t over though so no judging.

2020 will be an insane year for us.

Our Horror Movie Is Out

Two years ago, me and a group of awesome people made a movie that only costed us 3000$. A year later it got accepted into film festivals and won best feature at the Falcon International Film festival, London. And just last week, The movie was released on Amazon Prime. Our movie is a product of international enthusiastic people from different cultural backgrounds including America, China, Russia, Somalia, India, Mauritius, and Iraq (yours truly), which can show that people can get together and unite through art, even if it was a scary kind of art like our movie Callous.

For now the movie is available on Both the U.S. and the U.K.’s Prime video. I’ll be working on making the movie available on more platforms.

Callous U.S. : Amazon.com

Callous U.K.: Amazon.co.uk

Here’s the movie trailer (Be careful, it has a scary part :))

The movie might be a micro (more like nano)- budget film, but it does have its strong moments that I wish to share with horror movie enthusiasts. So have a go at Callous, you might see something you’ll like.