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Sonali is now in paperback!

I said I wouldn’t do it. I almost wish I hadn’t. But I did. After bringing out Sonali as an E-book and getting some lovely reviews from purchasers, I was plagued by demands to bring it out as a physical paperback. In the end … Continue reading

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Sonali is here (again!)

It has been a steep learning curve but the book I first published in 2014 is now out again in E-book format on all major Amazon sites. The book has a brand new design suited to phones, kindles and other electronic readers … Continue reading

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Theatre Review: Maya’s Honeymoons by Jesmin Chowdhury

The full version of this review can be seen as published in Bangladesh newspaper New Age (click here) or on my website with additional photos (click here) Theatre Review: Maya’s Honeymoons – Sunday 20th November, Brady Arts Centre, London By … Continue reading

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Why we need to embrace the Global Village – TEDx video now online

The title says it all – my TEDx video has finally come online and I’m delighted to share it with you guys here on my blog. The production team – Entilent Media – did a fantastic job and taking my … Continue reading

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My TEDx Talk: Embracing the Global Village (in a skirt)

Well I got through TEDx somehow. Despite all my fears and worries as I’ve been writing about over the last few weeks, I manage to survive the event and lived to tell the tale. In fact, the TEDx Whitehaven team … Continue reading

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