Most workplaces have someone like Martin – competent, capable, reliable but also just a little bit of a ‘weirdo’ who never joins in with the other guys.
Most people – if they give it a thought – assume the Martins of this world choose their solitary existence.
But what if Martin, the unassuming hero of Cultivating a Fuji, isn’t simply shy and retiring? What if hiding his feelings is the only way he knows to survive?
Author Miriam Drori has written a compelling, heart-warming and thought-provoking UpLit exploration of loneliness and social anxiety. Continue reading