Me No Pause, Me Play is a short light women-centric novel with intense message for the world out spurting advances in all walks of life but ignoring women as they are second-class species on the planet.
The Blue Jinx by Nisha B Thakur – An Indian Murder Mystery for Early Readers
The Blue Jinx is Nisha’s debut crime fiction, a story that rolls between undemanding romance and watery murder mystery. The novel was published in 2015, can be considered the author wasn’t familiar with the genre’s intriguing strict framework. Learning the ways and tricks, when she published The Unexpected Trail in 2022, it proved to be a better than this, and was received confidently by readers.
Salis Mania Choice Awards 2022 Honors Faith and the Beloved of Kochery C Shibu
Salis Mania Choice Awards 2022 Honors Faith and the Beloved of Kochery C Shibu.
I began writing as a child, Paula O.M. Otukile
Paula O.M. Otukile the founder of the Mulher Forte African Literature Awards. Born in Mahalapye, Botswana, Paula is the chief executive editor of Listen to Africa magazine, editor of Diaspora Times Global, and a literature columnist for Mt. Kenya Times. Her accolades include: Nominated for Zikomo Africa Awards Zambia (Best Book of The Year, and Best Author of The Year), 2021 Global AfriCAN Author honoree award, 2021 Advocate of The Year – Gender Activist, Monrovia, Liberia, and Best Gender Activist, Lagos, Nigeria
“The translation” is wide open window to the world, Koshalee Sirichandra
Sri Lanka’s literary landscape has a very particular space for transalted work. Hundreads of translations are launched in this island nation by its relatively small publishing community which as a number is very insignificant compared with India and Bangladesh. However, as a percentation against the original work published in two main langauges spoken in the island nation, and the little the English writers in Sri Lanka do, translations into Sinhala records the majority.