Should old acquaintance be forgot…

It's been a while since I was last on the codex everybody. This new prosthetic has taken some getting used to, and Jackson won't stop fussing. They came up with this idea because typing is supposed to help the neurological bonding, whatever the hell that means We're back on Fillia teaching the grunts how not... Continue Reading →

An interview with Shaheen Darr

This was apparently my most popular post this year. Woohoo, Shaheen! I thought we’d take a wee look back at auld lange syne.

Future Fairytales by Jolie Mason

255505New to the Indie scene, Shaheen Darr has recently dropped her very first novel, Kismet, but she’s a poet from way back. Shaheen thought that the transition from poetry to romantic fiction just makes sense. When asked about her inspirations, she gave a poet’s answer: “The beauty of nature, the purity and innocence in children, the support of a loved one.”

Making her home currently in Great Britain, Shaheen has roots from much farther east, and she shares with us her thoughts on living as an immigrant in a western culture.

I have a habit of making diary notes about interesting events and people I encounter in day-to-day life. All these notes came together when I decided to write my debut novel Kismet – A Desi Rhapsody in London. My story is based in Southall, a borough in the West of London, which is home to a diverse number of…

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