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Friday, August 10, 2012

MWA's Saba N. Taylor interviews children's book author Asma Zaman

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It is a pleasure to introduce a new author to you all, Asma Zaman, author of Grandpa and Grandma Come to Stay.

Book Description:
Grandpa and Grandma are coming to stay and Muhammed and Musa are so excited! Mommy and Daddy say the twins must help their grandparents.

Why would grown-ups need any help? Can Muhammed and Musa really help Grandma and Grandpa?


Welcome Asma, please tell us a little bit about yourself?

My name is Asma Zaman I’m a London based Law Graduate and currently pursuing theoretical and practical qualifications as a Psychological Counsellor/Psychotherapist. My aspiration of becoming a writer began at a very young age but only became a reality as a consequence of a long term condition I was diagnosed with about 10 years ago. From not being able to read and write, due to it effecting my neurological system, to now having my work published is a great feeling Alhumdolilah!  Now I actively raise awareness and provide support to fellow sufferers of M.E (Myalgic-Encephalomilitis (an auto-neuro immune condition)) and Fibromyalgia and their careers. (Read More)

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