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Satis Shroff is a lecturer at the Akademie für medizinische Berufe (Uniklinik Freiburg),teaches Creative Writing at the University in Freiburg and at the VHS-Dreisamtal. He is the published author of four books on www.Lulu.com/Spotlicht/satisle: Im Schatten des Himalaya (book of poems in German), Through Nepalese Eyes (travelogue), Katmandu, Katmandu (poetry and prose anthology by Nepalese... More
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Comment by Satis Shroff on 1/8/2012 at 2:27 PM:
Hi Jacketflap-friends!
Here's wishing you a Happy New Year. May all your writing endeavours bear fruit this year too. I wish you all a great year from the Black Forest town of Freiburg-Kappel.Let the creative juices flow..
Comment by Satis Shroff on 12/17/2009 at 10:49 AM:
Hi fans, webmaster and readers on the jacketflap! Greetings from the Schwarzwald (Black Forest). Another good year is coming to an end and I thought of wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Life is so wonderful.Thank you very much for your well-meaning friendship. I appreciate it a lot... more
Comment by joe fyer on 3/13/2009 at 11:10 AM:
I HAVE A BOOK YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN TRANSLATING. TORY THE LITTLE DUST DEVIL...YOU CAN LOCATE THE BOOK ON THE WEB..I AM THE AUTHOR.
Comment by Satis Shroff on 1/2/2009 at 5:21 AM:
Hi readers and fans on Jacketflap!
Here's wishing you a belated Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. May all your innermost wishes come true.
Regards,
Satis
Comment by Marcella Miller on 8/25/2007 at 10:54 AM:
Satis: While in Bavaria I got a hand carved black forest cuckoo clock. It reminds me of my mom, grandmother and other family members who always had cuckoo clocks in their homes. It comforts me as they are all gone now. Take care. Marcella
Comment by Marcella Miller on 8/24/2007 at 10:37 PM:
Helo Satis: We have things in common. was a nurse for 25 years, but when my husband passed away very unexpectedly and much too young, I quit the nursing grind and began writing. My first book for children is The Flower In The Thicket. which will be out this fall. My family is from Bavaria (now A... more
Comment by Deanna Enos on 7/26/2007 at 7:34 PM:
Sorry I did not respond to your be a friend. I wrote Nobody Left Behind One Child's Story About Testing. Be my friend. I don't know how all this works yet.
Comment by Satis Shroff on 7/3/2007 at 1:12 PM:
Hallo Mimagirl! Greetings from a rainy Black Forest. Thanks for the response. No hard feelings.
Regards,
Satis

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