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Lida Sherafatmand is known as a painter, but over the years her poetry has been published in several anthologies and books. Her paintings focused on human rights issues have been published by major bodies such as Amnesty International, UN, UNESCO, and many non-governmental organisations. Her more recent art works appear on numerous art and cultural journals internationally. Lida is based in Malta.
Fiction story based on Jenny Wren's life in the southeast.
|There - A Biblical Chronology||Times and Seasons|
|Reaching An Loc||The Bone of My Heart|
|A Season of Loss,A Season of Gain||Talking Things|
ABOUT PEACE AND PEACEMAKING” by MARIA CRISTINA AZCONA and OTHERS
The existence of humnanity is in peril. Its worst enemy is not only violence, war or terrorism, but also a profound lack of love, sensibility and empathy. A complete change for all of us is possible, but only will arrive from an innovative thought and a serious research on the possible ways out. Let us find the cure to this severe illness that is causing the decadence and perhaps death of our blue planet Earth. (featuring articles by Ada Aharoni, Ernesto Kahan , Susana Roberts, Evelin Lindner, Harold Becker , Tholana Ashok Chakravarthy, Guy Crequie, Stephen Gill , Ammar Banni and Latinamerican authors)
Copyright Cook Communication
(Standard Copyright License)
Publisher Cook Communication
March 1, 2014
A gothic mystery novel and story of passion and romance set against the backdrop of a timeless Mediterranean landscape, The Wanderess tells of the notorious adventurer Saul and his passion for the beautiful Saskia, a mysterious young orphan girl whom he meets and vows to protect as his child. - More -
A heart-rending and poignant love story filled with physical and mental conflict brought about when a young, naive African girl brought up to observe strict tribal traditions falls in love with her wealthy European employer, who is also her mentor and protector. Throughout the book, Khira struggles to balance the demands of western society with her grandfather's fierce expectations that she adhere to Luo customs. Despite the fact that she grows into an extremely mature and tolerant wife, caring mother, and astute business woman, in the shocking ending, her loyalty to an ageless African ritual causes her undoing. The book is skillfully-written, with sexual tension, tender and passionate love scenes, suspense and surprises, and the author demonstrates a substantial knowledge of Kenyan history, Luo tribal customs and the international business world. The only downside for me was the fact that it sometimes it is a little too wordy and doesn't move forward fast enough.
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