Hardit Singh was born in Bristol, U.K. on August 16th, 1984 and is a practicing Sikh. He decided to become a writer after rediscovering his love for reading and the books of Michael Connelly, whilst studying at University.
After failing at Secondary School, Hardit turned things around during his attended years at College and University, graduating with a First in his Honours Degree in Information Technology. After University Singh worked for HP, which included the writing of Technical Manuals, and this continued as he moved from various client accounts such as the MOD and Rolls Royce.
Hardit has always been an avid reader since he was young and this is what led to his desire to write. Singh has recently completed a novel called Traffic.
Traffic is a story of a young woman forced into a world of sexual slavery, where Melanie will be forced to embrace the darkness if she is to work her way up the sexual food chain. Traffic was written from Singh’s desire to create awareness of the sex trafficking industry and also his experience from friends who have suffered physical abuse.
In a short time span, Singh has had his short stories published and continues to work on various projects.
Tomorrow, Hardit’s post, Why Crime Stories. Don’t miss it.