Author Interview: C.G. Ayling and Malmaxa I. Beltamar’s War

Between the Covers

With children African, English and American, and myself born and raised in a country of five names, I consider myself… a citizen of the world.

My wife and four children think of me simply as a thorny old man – and thus my symbol…

One of the most influential people in my life was my Godfather. A man of absolute integrity, remarkable intellect, and fine character. He taught me tolerance, and intolerance, together. He showed me that every conflict has are two sides, if not more. It was thanks to time spent with him that I developed a guiding principle in my life, namely that the most fundamental sign of intelligence is the ability to change one’s mind. It is to honor him that I use his name as my pseudonym, yet I know my efforts fall far short of what he deserved.

In my memory, C.G.Ayling lives forever. Is…

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