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Ayisha Malik

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Ayisha is a British Muslim, lifelong Londoner, and lover of books. She read English Literature and went on to complete an MA in Creative Writing (though told most of her family it was an MA in English Literature Creative Writing is not a subject, after all.) She has spent various spells teaching, photocopying, volunteering and being a publicist. Now, when she isnt searching for a jar of Nutella in her cupboards, she divides her time between writing and being managing editor at Cornerstones Literary Consultancy.

Genres: Romance, Children's Fiction, Historical
Ayisha Malik recommends
Lost For Words (2017)
Stephanie Butland
"Wonderful. So many beautiful one-liners too!"
The Family Tree (2020)
Sairish Hussain
"An evocative portrayal of love and family."
Scenes of a Graphic Nature (2020)
Caroline O'Donoghue
"So dark and funny, bleak yet full of heart, touching on friendship and love and belonging ... you're in for a treat."

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