Suren doesn't like stories with unreal and predictable happy-endings. The end of any story should have sense which makes the book better and real.
Suren started writing when he was sixteen. His first novel, called "He", is only available in Armenian and is free on the internet. In 2011 he decided to translate his writings into English for a bigger audience. Translation isn't easy work to do, it's more difficult than writing in English from the start. In 2013 Suren gave up translating and began to write in English at once. Now he writes the same book in two languages.
Every time watching a new fantasy or mystery movie, or reading a book, Suren wonders how far a human's mind can go. Every time, he feels that there is still a long place to reach, a long way to pass. The world outside of Earth is much bigger.
It's too difficult to reach any American or British agent when you live far away, but Suren didn't give up and one day he received an email from a publisher who was ready to work on his novel. That novel is called "The Godless", and is Suren's favorite out of all his other writings. Suren still lives in Yerevan with his wife and son.
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