NEWS

RAMADAN MUBARAK JUNE 2014

JUN 14: Two Ebooks is now out on Amazon

JUN 14: Volunteer to support KADECT

JUN 14: My new two Ebooks - COMING SOON

MAY 14: A Short Film 'HE STOOD ME UP' BSL Zone - COMING SOON

MAY 14: BSL Zone’s ZOOM 2014 - I am a ZOOM Shadow

MAY 14: I didn’t get a Zoom short film - BSLBT and Neath Film

APR 14: Pre-Production for Web Clip soon

APR 14: Joined The Anna Scher Theatre

FEB 14: 1st Comic ‘Junk Mail’

DEC 13: A 4th Ebook ‘Colourful Arabic Alphabet’ Scribd/Kobo/Smashwords

DEC 13: Wizard of Oz Panto - My role - An Evil Flying Monkey Army

AUG 13: A Third Ebook - ‘A Snow Mosque’ - Kindle/Kobo/Smashwords

APR 13: Introduction to Acting CITYLIT

APR 13: The London Bookfair

MAR 13: Introduction to Acting: One Day CITYLIT

SEP 12: A Short film Zoom 2012, got the interview but unsuccessfully

APR 12: The London Bookfair

MAY 12: T156 Digital Film School OPEN UNIVERSITY

MAR 12: Sufiya Ahmed’s launched ‘Secrets of The Henna Girl’

SEP  11: Comprehensive Creative Writing Course WRITER BUREAU

APR 11: Ways into Creative Writing CITYLIT

OCT 10: A Taste of Creative Writing CITYLIT

1998: Received a certificate ‘Participation & Effort Awarded’ (Youth)

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About Me

Sahera Khan

DESCRIBE ME: British, Muslim, Deaf, Headscarf, Young, British Sign Language, English

Born: United Kingdom

Parents: Pakistani/Indian

Education: Full time

Married and one kid

I am a Creative & Artist: Writer, Photography & Filmmaker.

Books: Zahra series and To Kill A Mockingbird

Writer: Sufiya Ahmed and Khaled Hosseini

Admiration: Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

Hobbies/Interests: Reading, spending with family, shopping, learning new things and meeting new faces.

I like some great authors.

My secret is I am a fan of ‘The Twilight Saga’, ‘Smallville’, Saved by the Bell & The College Years’ and Sabrina the Teenage Witch’.

Writer: Creative writing, short stories, screenplays and books.

First Ebook: ‘My Creative Writing’ (September 2012).

Second Ebook: ‘A Spider is a Monster’ (December 2012) Children’s story.

Third Ebook: ‘A Snow Mosque’ (August 2013) Children’s story.

So far I have six Ebooks and one E-comic.

Filmmaking: I completed my T156 Digital Film School (Open University).

Acting: Some small roles on televisions, theatres and schools.

'It is not about money or fame. I want any good of my creative can be successful that is my goal.'

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Books

EBOOKS:

A Preicous Tiara and Fingerspelling Alphabet and Sign Vocabulary:  Great covers! I hope you do very well with these. They’re great. I hope this brings you lots of success. Esther Newton (Tutor, The Writers Bureau)

A Precious Tiara (25 Jun 2014)

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Fingerspelling Alphabet and Sign Vocabulary (27 Jun 2014)

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COMIC

1. Junk Mail (February 2014)

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'Cool book cover, lots of pictures. A fairly well put together format. It wasn’t very easy to read/follow from start/finish. No grammar errors, repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Lots of unique scenarios. This could make a better PP presentation. Not sure I got the whole story line content even with the ethnic twist I can only rate it at 3/5 stars for this presentation (book). Thank you for the free short story (book).'

Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn), Smashwords member

1. My Creative Writing (September 2012)

Cover for 'My Creative Writing'

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'I am enjoying reading it. I remember you writing the poem about your name, and I also like the ones about the Olympics. Also chips!'

Zoë Fairbairns, Author

2. A Spider is a Monster (December 2012)

Cover for 'A Spider is a Monster!'

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'Cute' K.C Boone, Smashwords member

3. A Snow Mosque (August 2013)

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4. Colourful Arabic Alphabet (December 2013)

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'Gorgeous vibrant colors, clear illustrations, with each letter on it's own page. Sadly for me, there wasn't a pronunciation guide and no English equivalents of the Arabic letters.I'd have liked to see each letter have a picture of an item that started with that letter as that helps children and new language learners make the connections but this is a lovely book.'

Bea, Goodreads member

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Gallery

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Videos

Coming soon…

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Acknowledgments

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Contact Me

You can email me: saherawriter@gmail.com.

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