Even with bated breaths, words kept flowing
This book was compiled and written, all in the year of 2020. Some may know it as the year of sickness, some may know it as the year of misery. However, for the author, it was the year of many emotions. Sateah was able to weave together her thoughts and how she felt in her darkest times, and bring out such beauty that it is a delight to read.
The greatest joy ever known to her is that she can write prose in such a delicate manner. The greatest sorrow that she has known is perhaps not being able to share it all at once.
About the Author
Born to a family of exceptionally talented writers, it’s no surprise that Sateah Afreedi became an author in her own right. From an early age, she was easily mesmerized and wanted to delve deeper into the meaning of a writer’s words and the foreshadowing they did. Her life has been a cascade of events that have led her to this exact moment.
She has dipped her toes in a variety of professions but they all had one thing in common; writing. As long as she is writing, as long as she is inspired, as long as she’s liberating herself of her thoughts and pouring them onto the pages, she is content.
Her words are from her own life experiences. She takes the philosophical realities of our world and turns them into works of art that can be consumed and understood by anyone and everyone.
About the Illustrator
Fakeha Sajid is a prominent member of the artistic society in Karachi. She is an emerging illustrator and her work clearly shows the beauty of her glorious artistic skills. She has proven herself to be capable of creating stunning, breathtaking artworks time and time again.
Her passion is to not just create art but also teach it. There is little that she can’t achieve through the wills of her imagination.
About the Editor
MAKA is a professional wordsmith. He has contributed to various brands and campaigns in his career over the years. He is also an emerging Rotarian.
Travelling the world has allowed him to broaden his horizons. He now wishes to help and give back to the community from which he has come.
MAKA’s passion is not just with writing but also to teach the next generation of writers, editors, and orators.