Short stories – The disarranged Mind / #Interview @DisarrangedThe

Stories about samurais

Samurais are men of hard choices. Being a samurai means having absolute loyalty and being ready to do any kind of sacrifices.
Making decisions is not always easy and following the path of samurai means losing whatever you have in some cases. This book is about hard choices and the suffering that a samurai has to experience while carrying out his duties.



George was brought to the Jones family as a guardian dog. George is not an ordinary dog. The Jones family is also not an ordinary family. There are dark secrets behind the doors of this family’s home.



Tina: The Purple Eyed Demon

Moments later she found herself surrounded by a thick fog. The fog was vibrant black, and she knew these red eyes that suddenly appeared in fog and looked her in the eyes was the presence of something strong and evil. Whatever it was, it was about to attack. She felt a tense energy around them. Tina’s fireball slowly came out from the palm of her hand. At the same time, they attacked each other. The lightning that came out of the fog clashed with Tina’s fireball half way and caused Tina’s fireball to retreat fast and hit her. That hit thrusted Tina back into a huge tree behind her. Tina stood up to fight again, but the fog and the red eyes within it suddenly started to fade away.




Sima is engaged with a young man and his name is Parsa. She loves him a lot, but she also has a cousin that loves Sima. He is not accepting this marriage and wants to grasp Sima at any cost.
Sima is getting ready to have her marriage celebration, but something happens and all of her plans turns to ashes. It changes her life forever.




When and where do you prefer to write?

Bed is the place that I feel most comfortable when I’m writing.

What is your favourite book?

1984 from George Orwell. I worship George Orwell. I believe he understood human nature better than anyone.

Do you consider writing a different Genre in the future ?

Yes, I don’t bind myself to any specific Genre. I write in any Genre as long as I enjoy it.

Do you sometimes base your characters on people you know?

Yes, It’s quite common. I extend myself in my stories or use the characteristics of the people that are close to me.

Do you take a notebook everywhere in order to write down ideas that pop in?

It happens a lot to me, so I should be prepared for it. I always write them on my cellphone when they come to me.

Which Genre do you not like at all?

I read anything that interests me.

Where can I find you when you are reading?

In the library.

Where can I find you when you are not writing/reading?

I’m probably watching TV.

What are you most proud of?

My works. I’m in love with words and really enjoy writing.

Say someone asks if they can use your name in a book. Would you rather be the good one or the bad one?

Bad guys always fascinate me more. I prefer to be a bad guy. But not always. For example I never like serial killer characters. I can’t understand them and I hate them. I’m quite opposite of them. I can never Imagine myself being one of them.

Thank you, The disarranged Mind


About the author

The author is from Iran and started learning English only 2 years ago.


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