Simple. In real life, Chazzy Patel got hit over the head, lost memories while abroad traveling early this year and wrote a semi-fictional book loosely based on it. It’s now time to publish it!
Denver, CO – August 31, 2016 – High Season: The Learnings of Mohammad Wang is a piece of philosophical healing experience disguised as a semi-historical fiction spanning the History of Mexico and the antics of a 42-year-old man with a complicated past. For a small fishing town on the coast of Cancun, Isla Mujeres is filled with stories of long-dead pirates, loves at first sight, memorable heartbreaks, and many tequila drunk tourists…but most of all, a fictional adventure into the missing gold of Hernan Cortes, Famed Spanish Conquistador and 1st Governor of New Spain. With a few romantics along the way, Mohammad Wang and friends take you on a pirate adventure you’ll never forget.
About Chazzy Patel
Chazzy Patel is a 36-year-old U.S Army veteran, avid traveler, and a professional photographer that never dreamed of being a writer. As a photographer and pain in most people’s ass, his ego always leaned towards the 1000 ‘unsaid words’ hidden in his compositions.
But he was wrong. This novel and the two drafts of separate books are the rumbling evidence of his passion for pursuing words. Combining years of international travel, his photos can’t tell every story.
When he read a good book, it leaves him with this overwhelming feeling that the book will come alive! Be stronger than the glue that binds it. He walks around random street corners, entering buildings designed by the strangest eye, driving down long empty roads imagining the author’s creativity unfolding in front of his eyes. This delightful condition lasts for a few weeks, and then he moves on to another character from the pages of a classic. Chazzy would like to make you feel that way with his novel.
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