This is a story about a red headed girl, who is driven and ambitious-she realizes she has a lot to give the world, and isn't complacent.
Raised in the bustling metropolis of Karachi, Pakistan, I love the beach, spicy curries, samosas, reading, traveling, and baking with my kids. When I am not writing, you will find me cooking up a storm! I am a graduate of the Children’s Book Academy, and run a Children’s Book Review group on Facebook. I also have a growing following on Instagram, where I share snippets from my author journey and life in Pakistan. I currently have 4 books under contract with faith based publishers, all of which feature a diverse protagonist.
I enjoy reading books that are humorous, have a good moral, but arent too didactic.
I like seeing strong characters, who have quirks that stand out. anything with a protagonist of color.
sci-fi/ drills, horror in any form.
A page turning picture book- without a real plot. based on a red head, who aspires to be more and do more.
This Is a red squiggle…
It is not just a red squiggle…
It is a strand of hair.
But it is not just a strand of hair…
It is a strand of hair on a head full of red hair.
It is not just a head full of red hair…
It is a head full of ideas.
The girl with the red head full of ideas did not just let her ideas sit in her head,
she drew them out …
I want to write #ownvoices and about south asian children.
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