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Mohanalakshmi Rajakumar and Chris Ward have joined the ranks of Independent Authors International.

Mohanalakshmi Rajakumar has been challenging preconceptions since her PhD dissertation, published as Haram in the Harem, a literary analysis of the works of three Muslim women authors. Her books include Mommy But Still Me, a mom-oir for first-time mothers, and An Unlikely Goddess, a novel which explores issues of race and immigration in the US and UK. Her latest, set in Qatar, asks whether today’s generation believes that Love Comes Later.

Mohana is a South Asian American who has lived in Qatar since 2005.

Chris Ward first set the e-book world abuzz in 2013 with The Tube Riders, a punk-themed novel set in post-apocalyptic Britain. Later that same year, he released a completely different kind of novel, the psychological mystery Head of Words.

The Tube Riders is now a trilogy, and Chris’s work continues to challenge the boundaries of literature.

Chris Ward is a native of Cornwall, England, but now lives in Nagano, Japan.


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