“I used to jump a lot and talk to myself when I was young” – Shubnum Khan
Shubnum stuck out like a “sore thumb” in school already. She speaks about her school life and University, as well as taking us through her process of writing her first book called “Onion Tears”.
“At the end of the day. We all the same. We go through the same pain, same fears, same grief. I write to connect people.”
Shubnum is also fascinated by people’s memories and how we all see the world. She also believes from the heart that she can do much better in terms of writing and art. (Her best is yet to come!). We loved Shubnum’s vulnerability and her story. We know you will enjoy it too.
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