earned the title of Army Journalist of the Year in 2008 for his work in Iraq while deployed with the Army public affairs. His short stories have been published internationally, including the British journal “Brand” and the anthology “Best New Writing,” released annually by the Eric Hoffer Award. His short story collection, “Amidst Traffic”
made the Editor’s Choice selection by Independent Publisher and received the “Indie Reader Approved” stamp by IndieReader.com
Michel runs a blog to discuss his writing and share his experiences as an independent author:
Michel’s literary writing style evokes strong emotions and compelling characters who often battle inner struggles. His aim is to create stories that grab readers by the collar and bring them into the intensity and emotional curves of the storyline. His writing can be incredibly lyrical and playful, and he loves surprising his readers with unexpected developments.
For a full list of writing achievements
visit Michel Sauret’s website: