Enock I. Simbaya is an electrical engineer living and working in Lusaka, Zambia who was born in Mufulira, Zambia. He grew up in Ndola where he did his primary and junior secondary schooling at Kansenshi Primary School and Kansenshi High School and he completed high school at Hillcrest High School in Livingstone, And he studied Electrical/Electronic Engineering at the Copperbelt University and has worked in various industries in Zambia.
Sometimes he loves sharing the inspiration of his soul, and has a number of works in progress of inspirational writing. ‘Message for My Soul’ released in February 2018 is his first complete one
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He daydreams and writes in his free time, punching wildly at the keyboard to catch up to the Muse. He fell in love with reading and reading fantasy in particular at a young age when he read The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis. Enock devoured the entire Narnia series and went on to other books, which he read voraciously and tried at various times to write.
He got serious with writing in 2013 when he tried his hand at scriptwriting. So far, two of his stories have been published in two international anthologies: a short horror piece called ‘Morning Didn’t Come’ appeared in Welcome to the Future, compiled by Christina Escamilla; and ‘Zaina’s Song’ appeared in Experimental Writing: Africa vs Latin America. A collection of three short stories of African fantasy is set to be published soon by MVMedia, publishers of the Sword and Soul genre and He has also published a crime/drama novel called ‘Mable’.