Audrius Razma was born in Lithuania post-soviet era, he finished school in England. He is half-blooded Swedish-German and Lithuanian-Latvian.
He admires masters filmmakers Takeshi Kitano and Guy Richie. His research and analysis were learned from a design of a book to be found easily enjoyed like a silver screen for a fraction of a movie ticket.
Audrius studied art and design from minimalist design masters, was working in a fine art gallery, and traveled the world. He is a writer.
Our writer is part of the American Cartel Writers Group and Prowriting Partners in Crime.
He is a three years old author and celebrates his second birthday on the first of September. The first time ever he started school, picked up his pen, and published his book.
He lived in England for twelve years and had independent studies to learn and develop a new form of art writing from the analysis and research he made.
It was a great help from private tutor classes and group classrooms to adapt his art and design studies.
My childhood was full of adventure to write and what I can write. I decided to write about my weakest friends who receive immortality in my story and unstoppable weapons to be our NATO heroes in a landscape arc forcing evil to suffer the very first moment of our characters.
They are our real heroes, never dying fighting for justice.
He is now a Business Masters Postgraduate from Spanish Royal Business School, Students Council President, and Hiroshima Office Press Editor-in-Chief.
The twelve-year-old boy lives in Okinawa, Japan with his wife. His first son was born on his author’s birthday and we have another September “Kawaii Sensei”.
The word “Sensei” or Master can mean to be a doctor, teacher, or author.
He was a rascal in his best school at the time the government acknowledged it as the top school in the Baltic States. The 70% homework mark was a failure in a top school because you were not acknowledged as 100% the best.
In the last book, he made an acknowledgment and dedication he placed a crucifix in a military drama sequel for him never to be forgotten the day his second child died from the coronavirus vaccine.
Audrius Razma served in the British Army and has a silver Crucifix Award from Pope Franciscus in a diplomatic post for his work.
The Hiroshima Office Press.