Tag Archives: Nadia Hashimi

Novel Questions: Nadia Hashimi

“Being a writer means being a spy” In 2015, I was privileged to meet Nadia Hashimi.  She is the amazing author of When the Moon is Low, The Pearl That Broke It’s Shell and The House Without Widows (on my TBR shelf), … Continue reading

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36. When the Moon is Low (Nadia Hashimi)

“Fate will make things right in the end, though only after the work has ben done, the tears have been shed and the sleepless nights have been endured”. It was a privilege to read When the Moon is Low which … Continue reading

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35. The Pearl that Broke Its Shell (Nadia Hashimi)

“I wondered if it would have made a difference.  I wondered if one small difference in the sequence of events would have altered the paths we ended up on.” The Pearl that Broke Its Shell is an amazing, fictional tale … Continue reading

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Books Signing: Nadia Hashimi (When the Moon is Low)

“Writing comes from a passion for reading” My thanks go to Laura, who got tickets for this Harper Collins event in Toronto!  We were pleased to meet author Nadia Hashimi in an intimate  event in the publisher’s board room.   The … Continue reading

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