I’ve been interviewed by The Asian Writer magazine. You can read it HERE
“The Girl in the Broken Mirror is both harrowing and touching. Jay is wonderfully drawn and engaging. The issues of abuse, culture-clash and the patriarchal sense of entitlement that plagues British Asian men of a certain persuasion, are handled with sensitivity and honesty. The book is refreshing and hard-hitting, which is much needed.”
What better way to celebrate it than with books!
You can check out the longlist of books selected for the Women’s Prize for fiction 2018 HERE. There is a fantastic mix of social realism, humour, adventure, a wealth of characters, plots, and diversity.
My YA novel, THE GIRL IN THE BROKEN MIRROR, encompasses so much that is true and real about the world today, too. In this climate of #metoo and #TimesUp, every voice counts – woman and girl, the world over. The book will be out on 1st May 2018, published by Troika Books.
Teen Reading Group – Finchley Church End Library
Our next meet is at 5pm on Monday 23rd April. If you’re aged between 11 and 16, love books, love sharing your favourite reads, then come and join us!
See you there!
Read my short story – serialised in five parts online on The Reaper – it’s a dark tale . . .