Stained: A novel by Abda Khan

Stained: A novel by Abda Khan

I am a British lawyer, turned writer, and the author of the novel Stained – the story of a young British-Pakistani woman and her fight for justice. The novel was published in the U.S.A. by Harvard Square Editions in October 2016, and is available worldwide on Amazon. It has been described by Booklist, U.S.A., as […]

Share
Because I want love to win. It must.

Because I want love to win. It must.

I watched with hope and optimism for a Clinton victory on election night. As the results started to come in, and the reality of a Trump victory became inevitable, the seedling of fear in my stomach grew. Admittedly, I am not well-versed in American politics or Republican versus Democratic policies and platforms. That was not […]

Share
Seventeen

Seventeen

I blushed when he said hello I’m 18; I lied. He leaned a little closer I thrilled a little inside   No one as beautiful as you I’m so lucky to have you He placed me high on a pedestal He made me feel so special   I love you. Let me take you away […]

Share
An artist became an activist – Interview with Gavin Weston

An artist became an activist – Interview with Gavin Weston

Gavin Weston is author of the novel Harmattan, (Myrmidon Books) – set in Niger, West Africa – which chronicles the early years of Haoua, a child bride growing up in the fictional village of Wadata. Weston was a volunteer with the American NGO Africare in the eighties and, since 2011, has been an ambassador for FORWARD, […]

Share