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Update, June 13, 2012: The good news is, "Bulbul Song" will be coming soon to a bookstore near you! The bad news is, that means it has to be taken down off of FP. I'll let you know more details as they become available to me, but unfortunately, Zain, Alina and Ali's time on FictionPress has come to an end. I'm still allowed to write more stories with different characters, and I have some ideas in mind, so hopefully I'll get a new story up soon!
I believe in writing as a release, and I find that fury and stress are my best states of writing. I also believe in development. I love the process of falling asleep with a certain plot in mind, and then waking up in the middle of the night with an amazing new plot twist that will give your story that "WOW" factor. Hopefully I'm not the only one on this site who understands this feeling.
In old Pakistani and Indian stories, Anarkali was a servant for the royal family whose amazing dancing skills captivated the crowned prince. The prince instantly fell in love with her. The king, however, would not let his son be with such a lowly woman, even if she soon became a world-renown dancer. She was forbidden from seeing the prince, and, in the process, her life was ultimately taken from her to keep her from her true love. Anarkali's dance was wonderful and powerful but it soon became one of her greatest downfalls. It is with that notion in mind that I chose my penname. I write about topics that may seem slightly taboo for people of my culture, but I don't want to strip the proverbial ink from my pen because someone says my topics are too inappropriate.
The Incurable-How deep can your hatred for somebody run? Sana is about to find out: Her life's being cut down from every angle, her family, her career, her marriage, her friends. The mastermind behind Sana's demise? Her very own grandmother. Is there a limit to how far you'll fall to bring your enemies down? Is it possible to keep yourself from falling as well?
Bulbul Song-[Reupload] "You can put two smart, beautiful and loving people together into an arranged marriage, but it doesn't mean it'll work." This was a lesson Zain and Alina would have to learn the hard way.
Sana-I feel she looks a lot like the actress Alishba Yousuf:
Daniel-This one I think is like a perfect match. I think he looks exactly like the actor Humayun Ashraf!:
Shehryaar-He looks a lot like Shehzad Sheikh to me:
Zoya-No question; she's definitely like Madiha Iftikhar:
Alina-In my head, Alina looks closest to the actress Umaima/Humaima Malik:
Mehreen-Ayeza Khan [Note the similar facial structure between the actresses I chose for Alina and Mehreen, respectively]
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I am not one of those people who needs dozens and dozens of reviews to feel satisfied; what I do love, however, is feedback. While I do appreciate the very fact that someone took time out of their day to say something like, "I love it, please continue!", what I'd love to hear is constructive criticism, i.e., "I didn't understand why X would do ..." or, "I think this part needs more clarification". My readers are my soundboard; I write for them, so if you are a reader, please take some time to let me know what I'm doing right or what I'm doing wrong so I can continue to write a story that you would want to come back to and read.
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