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Love is the slowest form of suicide–Fiza Pathan

AN INTERVIEW WITH AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR FIZA PATHAN OF MUMBAI, INDIA
Fiza Pathan, a very young self-published author, recently was awarded three prestigious book prizes, one at the London Book Fair and two at the New England Festival of Books.

This is a penetrating interview with her editor, Margaret Langstaff, about how and why she writes. Shocking candor, shocking themes.
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Grim Realities Face Women in India Today: New Book Sensation

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If you are not yet a fan of the young, award-winning writer, Fiza Pathan, her new novella Amina is a good place to start. I found it a compelling read. Here is the description from the…

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“Do It Anyway”–Mother Teresa

Inspiration comes from so many unlooked for sources when one is on the right track and in need of it.  Pondering how to shape, schedule and present the new upcoming interview series here, GOOD PEOPLE DOING GREAT THINGS, I stumbled … Continue reading

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