Dirty Pretty Things is the international bestseller by Michael Faudet. A finalist in the 2015 Goodreads Readers Choice Awards, his whimsical and often erotic writing has already captured the hearts and minds of literally thousands of readers from around the world.
He paints vivid pictures with intricate words and explores the compelling themes of love, loss, relationships, and sex. All beautifully captured in poetry, prose, quotes, and little short stories. Michael lives in a house by the sea in New Zealand with his girlfriend, international bestselling author, Lang Leav.
About the Author
Michael Faudet has done many interesting things. Most notable was enjoying an eighteen-year career, working for arguably one of the most creative advertising networks in the world. During his time at DDB, he has held the positions of Director on the Australian management board, Managing Partner in New Zealand and Executive Creative Director in the Auckland, Sydney and Melbourne offices. He has tutored extensively, guest lectured at universities, sat on many industry judging panels and has spoken at creative conferences around the world. Michael has also won numerous international awards in some of the most prestigious advertising shows.
In 2013, he decided to walk away from advertising to focus on his own creativity and writing. He helped launch the international best seller Love & Misadventure by author Lang Leav. Michael's poetry and prose explores the many different facets of love and relationships. His whimsical and sometimes erotic writing quickly went viral and continues to attract a growing cult following of readers from around the world. He is represented by literary agency Writers House, New York. His new book, Dirty Pretty Things is a #1 Best Seller and available now on Amazon and selected bookstores. When he is not writing, you'll find Michael sharing a bottle of wine with his poet girlfriend, Lang Leav, in their little house by the sea.
Series: Michael Faudet
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 1st November 2016
Publisher: Andrews McMeel
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 20.3 x 12.7 x 1.7
Weight (kg): 0.3