The Ram Boutique: Highlighted Author – Nadiyah Abdul-khaliq
RRP SPECIAL NOTE: The following piece is rated ‘Steamy.’
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Paintings and Polaroids
By Nadiyah Abdul-khaliq
To everyone who read my interview and/or story, thank you very much. You could have done anything else, but you chose to gift me with your time. I feel special…and loved. The people at River Ram Press are amazing. I’m very proud and honored to have been a highlighted author and to stand with them as they grow.
Meanwhile, if you’re doing a book tour, want an interview, an author highlight, etc. let me know. My blog is:
Nadiyahak.wordpress.com and I’d love to have you. Cheers!
… And a Final Note From The Ram Boutique:
We have been so pleased to work with Nadiyah in the last month as a writer and are terribly sad to see this particular piece leave the public eye until next April! When we think of a River Ram Press author, this is the material we wish to have published under our imaginative logo. A steamy young adult read, full of intrigue and mystery – a vampire tale, where you know they are still mostly evil beings. River Ram Press is pleased to have Nadiyah join our ranks as a writer and we know there will be a very intriguing relationship between us in the future. If you wish to read Nadiyah’s work again, please stay tuned for The Ram Boutique: Volume One in April 2015. There you will be able to read her featured piece (as well as all past Highlighted Author’s work) and find more exclusive information on this author and her career.
If you wish to submit your work to be considered for this publication, please visit our website for more information: Submit to Volume One. We accept written content, from academic to creative, as well as the visual arts, from photography to fashion. If you have questions about the submission process, never hesitate to get in touch with The Ram Boutique staff.
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Nadiyah Abdul-Khaliq was born in Kansas City, MO in the winter of 1981. Since that day she has kept herself busy daydreaming and occasionally remembering to write those dreams down. This failure at procrastination has led to the completion of, 500 5-Minute Writing Exercises, and, Color in the Dark (a collection of short stories and poems). She’s on Facebook, Twitter, Google +. and has a blog where she helps promote other authors.
Say, Hello, anytime.