So you want to know who I am, don't you?
I believe in the phrase "you do what you are" from the movie "Along came a spider" (based on the homonymous book by James Patterson), here it is my answer: I write and I want to make of writing my craft.
I write fiction in many genres, both short stories and novels, with the pseudonym Renato Mite.
I wanted a typewriter already when I was seven years old, at age of ten I received a marvelous green typewriter Olivetti Lettera 32.
Among the first short stories I wrote, there are some that it is worth to read and they are here in the series "Old Stories".
I have got a passion for science and informatics, in 2013 I published my first novel: "Apoptosis", a sci-fi thriller in which a hacker investigates the secrets of a new medical diagnosis method that is very suspicious.
I am fond of classic detective stories, I admire Arthur Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie. I hope one day to contrive a classic detective story, meantime I tried my hand with a particular detective story in my second novel "Aporia".
While I am thinking up ideas for other novels, I keep writing short stories because I cannot help it.
If you want to know more about me and my stories, look at the Press Kit.
If you want to start reading, go to the section Works.