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She was born in St Petersburg, Russia and received a degree in English and American Literature in the private Institute of Foreign Languages. Her writing style in fiction can be described as cinematographic and in parts has been influenced by her two favourite authors, Anton Chekhov, one of the greatest writers of short stories in history, and John Fowles, a master of mystification in post modern English literature.
Seraphima's love for travel and exploration brought her to many cities and countries including London, New York, Moscow, Dubai, and Geneva. In Moscow, she ran a cigar lifestyle magazine, Hecho a Mano, the first glossy publication on tobacco in Russia.
In 2006 her publishing experience led Seraphima to innovate and launch her own rich media publication, Avantoure. This pioneering project had made a stir in the digital publishing world and was produced in its avant-garde format until late 2009.
Her debut into literary world started in October 2010 in New York, where a certain sequence of events prompted her to begin writing her first novella, a mystery psychological thriller, A Tricky Game (Zadacha s neizvestnymi - Russian edition).
Based in Geneva, Switzerland, Seraphima divides her creative time between writing her second book (Golovolomka - Russian edition), consulting on written communciations and advising on the development and launch of an innovative online platform related to books.
Are you crazy? Are YOU?!
'Crush' is more than a common thriller; it's an intriguing and thought-provoking movie, which makes you think whether those we admire are worth of our admiration, and whether those we resent really deserve our rejection. For, in the end it all comes down to real love, as the ones who love us love everything about us, no matter how crazy or weird we might seem to everyone else. 'Crush' is also a reminder that nothing in life as it seems and one should not jump into conclusions based on impressions one gets, but rather look beyond appearance and see what lies beneath. My favorite characters are Bess (Crystal Reed) and Jeffrey (Reid Ewing).