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After finishing high school in Tehran, she came to the United States, where she obtained a B.
Following graduation, Nahid began a successful career in Information Technology. While holding full-time positions and raising a family, she began writing a series of techn Nahid Sewell was born in Tehran, Iran, before the Islamic Revolution. While holding full-time positions and raising a family, she began writing a series of technical articles and was a frequent conference speaker.
Her first non-fiction book was a best-seller in its category. She followed with three additional non-fiction books.
Nahid has written hundreds of articles for trade publications, eight of which were featured on magazine covers. She has served as a columnist for two different magazines and earned a writing award for an article published in Nahid is also an award-winning speaker. While establishing herself as a successful author and Information Technology executive, Nahid married an American man and has two sons. Her husband, who lived for twenty years in a Christian community, provided much of the context for Christian fundamentalism in this, her debut novel. Their shared vision of a world where men and women of all colors and cultures, all races and religions, recognize their interconnected oneness gave life to this book.
Nahid is fluent in English, Farsi, and French and has traveled to Iran with her family on many occasions, where she experienced and observed first-hand the turmoil and transition she writes about. She enjoys traveling, gourmet cooking, and exercise in her spare time. Books by Nahid Sewell.
The Writing on My Forehead. The Sweetness of Tears. The Ice Maiden's Sheikh.
Through the Looking Glass. The Blood of Lambs. The Bread of Angels. We Heard the Heavens Then.
Sweet Dates in Basra. Night Falls on Damascus. West of Kabul, East of New York. Madras on Rainy Days. The View from Garden City.
In Search of Islamic Feminism. A Novel in First Chapters. My Life as a Traitor.
Flight of the Patriot. Beirut, I Love You.
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