The Catkin family in the early days.

Zanesh Catkin was horribly disfigured in a childhood accident; as a result he spent his early life hidden in attics. He was taken in by a kind family from Minnesota, who offered a loving home and some plastic surgery. Later, they moved to Australia and the confusion really set in.

8 Responses to About

  1. Zanesh says:

    You poor sod.

  2. OMG! Your site is hysterical… And I don’t mean in a run-out-of-the-room-screaming sort of way. Can’t wait to read the book. You’re definitely on my calendar.

  3. Zanesh says:

    You have made my day, Jacklyn. Thanks!

  4. Frankey Gerard Fernandes says:

    Like every other journalists who report on others lives, it’s also interesting to know what the same member of the fourth estate has to say about him.
    I am surely looking forward for book release .

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  6. Kristin says:

    It was fantastic to meet you. You know I loved Pangonium so I don’t need to say that again, though I can if you want. What I want to know is do you have another book coming out?

  7. Zanesh says:

    Hi Kristin

    I was delighted to meet you last night. It was lovely to hear someone rave about the book in such rapt tones. Thanks again! I am working on another book — a playful romance.

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