Delighted to share with you that the next post in Ann Girdharry’s series ‘Discover Ten New Authors of Colour’ is now up on her blog. IN this post, Ann celebrates the book ‘An Ishmael of Syria’ by Asaad Almohammad which was nominated in the 2016 Goodreads Choice Awards.
Ann’s post can be found here and includes Ann’s review and five facts you didn’t know about the author.
Assad Almohammad is also offering the opportunity to win an e-book copy of ‘An Ishmael of Syria’. The competition closes on 27th January 2017, and you can enter here.
You can catch up with the first posts in Ann’s ‘Authors of Colour’ series over on her blog.
About Ann Girdharry
Born and educated in the UK, Ann Girdharry is a trained psychotherapist and has worked as a manager in the not-for-profit sector for many years for agencies working with: carers, vulnerable older people and those with dementia, survivors of abuse, and victims of racism and racial attacks. Today she lives in Montpellier, France with her husband and two children. As well as her passion for writing, Ann enjoys gardening and is a member of her local roller blading club. Ann has previously published a series of short stories called Tales of the Unexpected (2015-2016).
Her debut novel, and the first in the Kal Medi series, Good Girl Bad Girl, is available to purchase from online retailers including amazon.co.uk and to order from all good bookstores.
You can follow Ann on the following sites:
Social Media: @GirdharryAnn
Author Website: www.girdharry.com
Happy reading all