I breathe below the Kunlun Mountain, in a cave, having 15 (sometimes 23) kauai wolf spiders as guests and a pet fossa named Hey.

But when I go out, I relish ruminating, with my impassive glance, the never-ending path of a creek, which gushes in the most vivace music played by water and rocks. Music accompanied by the muttering of the leaves, under the direction of the shivering breeze, with the beat of the falling drops over the water film.

I am intense trained in the art of chill-ax and deep enthusiast of the roasted coffee scent, combined with the emanating petrichor of grass, I am an expert in burning the daylight or contemplating the sky in search for clouds` patterns or drawing the shadows in my cave.


Interviews
Below you can find answers to some of the questions that I got from visitors/readers via Contact Me page.

What made you want to become a writer?
Curiosity, the fun of creating something with words, a lot of waste ideas, etc.
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What would the main character in your book say about you if you were to ask them?
That's a hard one. Taos probably would ask me better magic skills and to give him more cheese in the books. (He is a wizard mouse after all)
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What do you do when you have a writer block?
I simply take a break. I stop from what I am doing; I do something else, then return to writing.


Is this your real name or you are using a pen name?
This is a pen name.


If Evory Salieri is a pen name what is your real name?
Do you know the movie V for Vendetta? In the opening of that movie, there is a scene, when Evey asks V who he is.
Allow me to answer you, and I quote:
V: Who? Who is but the form following the function of what and what I am is a man in a mask.
Evey: Well I can see that.
V: Of course you can. I'm not questioning your powers of observation; I'm merely remarking upon the paradox of asking a masked man who he is.



Do you write what readers want or what do you want?
I write what I feel to write about in that moment. However, at the same time, I am sure there are readers who enjoy such books. So... yes.


What was the hardest text you wrote?
Currently, I wrote and still working on Taos the Wizard Mouse children books. I found this books particularly hard because I chose to make them in rhymes. Rhymes are hard for me as I am not a native English speaker; so is harder for me to find the proper words to create the desired sense and the rhyme. But I have to admit that I enjoy a lot of fun doing it.


Do you Google yourself?
Do Google Evory me?


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