What happens when you don’t plan a thing but it starts to happen itself?
You take it as a divine sign that you must work on it.
This is what happened to me in previous days when a story I wrote came like flashes to me. Then I saw a beautiful picture by an artist Tony Smith and decided to give him a chance with the story.
I didn’t know about him but his dedication to work was a sign again that Allah wants this book to be out in this world.
In the meantime, I also tried to check the manuscript and then I got responses from beta readers that it is a wonderful story.
The cover of the book that is not yet complete is beyond amazing.
Name of the book: Wounds of War
Name of the author: Ayesha Marfani
Name of the illustrator: Antonio M Smith
Target age: 9 onwards
About the Book:
When humanity struggles for power and prestige at the expense of its own children, stories come forth from the midst of such terrors as genocide, ethnic cleansing and forceful occupation clothed in innocent faces and tearful voices. Children are most strongly affected in these dire circumstances.
This leads us to the stories of Sara, Fatima, Hammad and Ali. Their individual stories of heartbreak and pain lead them to Dr. Kamran’s research center, where they have one last opportunity to heal the wounds of war that bleed inside them.
Their lives weave together in this place to show readers that we are not the only ones who have been affected by such terrors. As we survive tragedies to find our world upside down, we all search for a balm to comfort our broken hearts. Read on to discover if these four orphaned children might heal.
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