Pashmina- The Magical Wool

Pashmina is a magical, enchanting story of an Indian- American teenager looking for answers regarding her country, her father and her mother's choices and when she finds her mother's Pashmina shawl, she's taken on an incredible journey of self worth and the power of choices. This book hooks you right from the start. Overwhelming Illustrations … Continue reading Pashmina- The Magical Wool


Genuine Fraud- A gripping Mystery

"She was scrappy, yet willing to please, feminist yet feminine, full of rage yet friendly, articulate yet not dogmatic." Every body loves Imogen Sokoloff; she's rich, friendly, helpful and charming. Every body wants to be her; including Jule, and so she becomes her. There are certain books which keep you hooked right from the start, … Continue reading Genuine Fraud- A gripping Mystery

Austenistan- Jane Austen’s stories in contemporary Pakistan

“A lady's imagination is very rapid; it jumps from admiration to love, from love to matrimony in a moment.” -Jane Austen The book opens with a beautiful Foreward by Caroline Jane Knight followed by seven wonderful short stories. Every story is unique and encompasses the basic elements of Austen's work in modern day Pakistan. It includes … Continue reading Austenistan- Jane Austen’s stories in contemporary Pakistan