2015 First Year Experience Conference I had the privilege of participating in the 2015 First Year Experience Conference in Dallas, Texas this past February. It was a chance for me to talk with college administrators and educators who are committed to providing the...
On March 19th, 2015 the streets of Kabul ran red with Farkhunda’s blood. She lived a pious life. They called her a heretic. She loved the Quran. They claimed she burned it. She tried to speak in her own defense. They silenced her. She wanted to dress modestly. ...
“Rahima and Shekiba will inspire and unwind you emotionally. Two protagonists embracing my heart, tethering an invisible line of female solidarity across the terrain separating us... Affecting and inspiring depicting the formidable spirit and bravery of Afghan women.” Mal (US), Goodreads
“The twists and turns of the plot kept me wondering, cheering and sometimes shedding a tear right down to the final page.“ Andrea (East Lansing, MI), Goodreads
“…very, very well written. Impeccable. This is a writer who can suck you right in. When you set the book down, you have to blink a few times, remember where you are…” Tara (Roy, UT), Goodreads
“It's the book to devour. The writing is so lovely and will take your breath away.” Nadia (Vancouver, Canada), Goodreads
“What a remarkable lens through which to view Afghanistan!!” Lynn, Goodreads
“Beautifully written and so very engaging from page one to the very last page - where the ending feels right and satisfies without being abrupt or too easy.” Dawn, Goodreads