🏅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 amongContinue reading “We’ve been nominated for the Palestine Book Awards”
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The Land Beneath the Light: An interview with author Shereen Malherbe on her new Palestinian novel
“When we read classic literature we now use them as references for society despite them being fictional texts. What I want to create are representative, authentic texts that include Muslims as contributors to society. Having a Muslim narrative should not pigeonhole our work into a Muslim-only category. My books are for everyone to read.” ShereenContinue reading “The Land Beneath the Light: An interview with author Shereen Malherbe on her new Palestinian novel”
Happy Publication Day!
I am thrilled to announce that The Land Beneath the Light and The Girl Who Stitched the Stars, have officially been published by Beacon Books. I would like to extend a huge thank you to everyone for their support. Thank you to Beacon Books and team and illustrator, Sarah Nesti Willard. It wouldn’t have beenContinue reading “Happy Publication Day!”
Meet Shereen Malherbe, author of The Land Beneath the Light.
I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by Sarah Mohr, a writer at Muslimgirl.com. I caught up with Sarah one evening to share with her the reason for writing my latest works, my upcoming novel, The Land Beneath the Light & my latest children’s book, The Girl Who Stitched the Stars. (Republished from Muslimgirl.com)Continue reading “Meet Shereen Malherbe, author of The Land Beneath the Light.”
The Land Beneath the Light
Cover Reveal for my latest novel, The Land Beneath the Light ‘A Palestinian reimagining of Jane Eyre.’ Book Summary: From her rural farmhouse at the bottom of the hilltop surrounded by the Occupation, Khadija’s life changes forever when the shadows descend causing destruction in her village. In the wake of upheaval and ruin, Khadija drawsContinue reading “The Land Beneath the Light”
Shereen Malherbe live on British Muslim TV
Join me live on 01/09/2021 at 21.30 BST as I discuss my upcoming new novel, The Land Beneath the Light. To celebrate the launch, we will be revealing the book cover and the preorder link will go live so you can order your copy September 1st 2021. Book Summary. ‘A Palestinian reimagining of Jane Eyre’Continue reading “Shereen Malherbe live on British Muslim TV”
The OU helped me to become a published author.
Published by the Open University. Read the full article here. “I always dreamed of becoming an author,” says OU graduate Shereen. “But it wasn’t something I realised again until I had taken time off from my banking career.”Shereen had been working in London’s Canary Wharf when she met her husband and took some time off toContinue reading “The OU helped me to become a published author.”
@TheBookslamist ‘The Tower’ Review
For those of you who don’t follow @Thebookslamist on Instagram or Twitter, here is their latest review. “Ramadan 2017 was transformatory for me. I wrote , ‘A Virtue of Disobedience’ at night and in these hours the world was speaking to what i was writing. Grenfell happened while I was writing about class inequality. DarrenContinue reading “@TheBookslamist ‘The Tower’ Review”
Jasmine Falling now available in Jerusalem Bookstores
Educational Bookstore, Salahaddin Street, Jerusalem. Voted as the 18th top attraction to do in Jerusalem, Educational Bookstore is located in Salahaddin Street, Jerusalem. Follow the bookstore or subscribe here to keep up to date with Shereen’s events. For more information about Educational Bookstore and for its location please visit TripAdvisor. Image Sources The historic American Colony Hotel.Continue reading “Jasmine Falling now available in Jerusalem Bookstores”
Writing between two worlds
Writing between two worlds Published in Sister-Hood Magazine 27th September 2016 |by Shereen Malherbe |@MalherbeGirl |Share this article: I often reminisce about sun-drenched afternoons in Palestine when we had the time to sit and share stories. We would walk home at dusk. Our conversations became about hope and expectations as we tried to find ourContinue reading “Writing between two worlds”
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