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#FeatureFriday Author, @aharemboysaga

Greetings, Readers!

I am pleased to welcome Bernard Foong to my site.

When and why did I begin writing?

I started writing in early 2011 after I closed my fashion boutique at Ala Moana Shopping Center, Honolulu, Hawaii. An overwhelming urge beckons me to document my unique teenage life. That was when I succumbed to the calling. I needed to write down my sui generis experiences before I am too old to write. LOL!

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When did I first consider yourself a writer?

I don’t consider myself a writer. I am a memoirist because of my calling to document my life. Although writing is one form of my artistic expression, I have other artistic passions such as my fashion design work, photography, and fabric art.

The next chapter in my life is to return to my other artistic passion now that A Harem Boy’s Saga – V – Metanoia (the final volume in the series) is completed. If and when A Harem Boy’s Saga (movie series) takes flight, I will write/document Life After A Harem Boy’s Saga.

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Book excerpt

…After a series of invigorating dances with the party twins, I was ready to call it a night, but under Dorothy’s insistence, I stayed. Nobody at the party knew of my sexual inclinations except me. During a slow dance, Dorothy leaned her head against my chest. Although this intimate way of dancing was not new to me, I had no intention of leading my friend on. I tried to keep a polite distance. Dot, thought me shy and continued her aggressive approach. I had little choice but to go with the flow since she held me tight with no intention of letting me leave anytime soon. The moment arrived when her lips almost touched mine. She looked into my “eyes wide shut,” and expected romance to sparkle between us. I did not back away  even though I did not feel the same as Dot. Since it was Valentine’s Day, I did not wish to upset her. I play-acted, as much as I could. In my mind, it was the correct thing to do. After all, I will be back to London in a week and would not be seeing my Malaysian friends for another year. To me, this was merely a moment in time to make my female friend feel good about herself.

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moi1_peAuthor Bio

Young alias Bernard Foong is, first and foremost, a sensitivist. He finds nuance in everything. To experience the world he inhabits is an adventure which is mystical, childlike and refreshing. He has a rare ability to create beauty in a unique fashion. His palettes have been material, paint, words and human experiences.

By Christine Maynard (screenwriter and novelist).

Foong just published A Harem Boy’s Saga – V – Metanoia; a memoir by Young  – the final volume of his autobiographic five book series of Mr. Foong’s young life:

A Harem Boy’s Saga: A Memoir by Young.

This provocative story spanning 4 decades and 3 continents is about a boy who was sent to a very exclusive English boarding school in the 1960s where he was initiated into a clandestine sexual society and then spirited away to serve in wealthy and elite Middle Eastern harems .”

Ranked Internationally Best-Selling Author on

A Harem Boy’s Saga – Book I – Initiation (a memoir by Young)

A Harem Boy’s Saga – Book II – Unbridled (sequel)

A Harem Boy’s Saga – Book III – Debauchery (3rd volume in the series))

A Harem Boy’s Saga – Book IV – Turpitude (4th volume in the series)


A Harem Boy’s Saga series is published by Solstice Publishing and is available in print and E-books internationally.

A Harem Boy’s Saga (series) – Film Option Agreement signed with a U.K. Film Production Company.

Book I – Initiation is currently in film production.

5 thoughts on “#FeatureFriday Author, @aharemboysaga”

  1. I loved that writing called to you and that you had a boutique on Oahu:) What a great term memoirist. Your books have been riding the top.of my list for a while now. I’m eager to read them this year. Thanks for hosting Marlena:)

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