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Aisha Mirza

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Aisha is a multi-talented individual with a keen thirst for writing. Her debut children's book "Time for Bed Zayd" has been extremely well received. It brings something new, fresh and exciting into the world of children’s' literature. Fusing her Muslim faith and passion for writing, the book proves to be stimulating and engaging.

Her writing has always been her creative outlet since childhood. For generations her family has produced artists and storytellers. Aisha has inherited her family's love for words and has over the year's written articles for magazines, and now turning her attention to books.

Born in London, but a resident of Greater Manchester all of her life she is a modest striving mother of three children. A graduate with a BSc Hon
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Time for Bed Zayd

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“It is not the the bruises on the body that hurt. It is the wounds of the heart and the scars on the mind.”
Aisha Mirza

“Spend time beautifying your soul, the rest will simply follow.”
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“We sometimes just have to let things be.

There are times in life that things happen, and we just cannot control them. There are times when we don't want things to happen, but they do. Things that we don't want to know, we learn. Times in which people we can't live without, we have to let go.

The greatest learning is accepting what has, what is, and what will be. Remaining focussed on where we want to go, and how we want to get there. It might not go the way we planned, or the way we hoped it would be. No one said life would be easy, but at least we keep trying, and working hard at making it the best life it can be.”
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“Poetry emerges from the depths of struggle.
It comes up fighting, demanding to be heard.”
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“I have learnt that once one lets go of all expectations, one can never be disappointed; everything then that comes one's way, will be an appreciated blessing.”
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“I have learnt that we expect honesty and genuineness from others, while not being honest and genuine with our own self.”
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“I have learnt that trusting another takes a leap of faith; taking a risk and putting emotions on the line. This is in the hope that the other will accept and understand you.”
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“Thoughtful minds grow, in the sharpened awareness of those who have lived life; through love, curiosity and tragedy.”
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