We’ve been nominated for the Palestine Book Awards

🏅We’ve been nominated for the Palestine Book Awards 2022

The Land Beneath the Light my latest novel; a female centric story set in rural Palestine,

and my children’s book, The Girl Who Stitched the Stars; the second book of my migrant children’s series.

It’s such an honour to be on the list this year among other titles that shine a light on Palestine, Palestinian’s and their heritage and stories.

You can read your copies (along with the judges!) by getting your hands on a copy via Amazon or your favourite bookstores worldwide.

Thank you to everyone for their help creating these pieces of work including my publisher Beacon Books and talented illustrator, Sarah Nesti-Willard.
And to all my family, friends and readers for what has been an incredible amount of support so far.

For more information and to order any of my books, please visit my homepage www.shereenmalherbe.com

Published by Shereen Malherbe

Shereen Malherbe is a writer & author. Her novel, Jasmine Falling has been voted as one of the top 20 Best Books by Muslim women. Her second contemporary fiction novel, The Tower, is now used as academic set text in a US university. Her migrant children's book series, The Girl Who Slept Under The Moon was followed in 2022 with, The Girl Who Stitched the Stars. Her short story, The Cypress Tree has been published in World Literature Today's landmark edition on Palestine Voices. Her latest novel, a Palestinian reimagining of Jane Eyre, The Land Beneath the Light has been nominated alongside her children's book, for the Palestine Book Awards 2022.

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