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Book: Days of Sand and Royals by Len Steiner

Book: Days of Sand and Royals by Len Steiner

categories: Book, Saudi Arabian Life, Foreign Country Work, Arabic Language, Saudi Royal Family, Saudi Customs, Arab Hospitality, Westernization Saudi Arabia, Lack of Alcohol, American Adjustment, Separation of Women, Saudi Humor, Muslim Customs, Saudi Arabia


Len Steiner

Author Len Steinerabout this book: I worked fourteen years in Saudi Arabia, originally for major American companies and then later for the Saudi Arabian Royal Family. I decided to write a book about all of my experiences in Saudi Arabia that tells the real story about how it is to live and work under Sharia laws. The book took almost a year to complete since I wanted to ensure that I got all of the facts and characters exactly as I experienced them. My cover was designed by my publisher Black Rose Writing and it is appropriate for the book. I did not have to do a lot of research for the book because the story is real and true as I personally remember it. It will give the reader an exact depiction of the traits and religion of the Saudis and even show their excellent sense of humor and hospitality. It also tells about their customs and mainly, their religion. I also wrote the book to show that not all Arabs are terrorists as my life was never threatened in the country in all of my fourteen years. The book is interesting from cover to cover and is a revelation of the country and people of Saudi Arabia. My book offers a deep individual insight into the customs, courtesies, and traditions of the Saudi Arabian people. It also tells about my encounter with the royal family and what it was like to be an honored guest in a Saudi Arabian palace. The names of the characters have been changed for obvious reasons but the story is real. "Days of Sand and Royals" is not only an excellent narrative book, it is also very educational for readers that are interested in learning about Saudi Arabia and its people and their customs and courtesies. It would also be very useful for anyone interested in employment in Saudi Arabia.

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