Alexandra Symeonidou is a Greek best-selling author of ten books, two children books and three French theater plays translated from old French to modern Greek. She became well known in Greece by her autobiography books "Nightmares in the Saudi Arabian Desert" and "Merciless Struggle" where she describes her life as a married woman to an important Saudi man. "Nightmare in the Saudi Arabian Desert" is her first book translated from Greek into English. After her classical studies in Athens Greece, she graduated from the University of Aix-En-Provence in France, where she studied French and English Literature. She is fluent in French, English, German and Greek. She was awarded the "Kleopatra Award" from "Franco-Hellenique d' information" for "Nightmares in the Saudi Arabian Desert". She has been a candidate in the Municipal elections in Athens and belongs to many women's lobbies. She is an expert on woman's rights and especially for woman's rights in Islam. She works as an author in Athens Greece.