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I grew up in a small town in the Mojave Desert where conservative Republicans were as common as cacti. Inexplicably, I grew up liberal and a feminist.
Young readers can sense when you’re not addressing what’s actually going on.
Like me as a teen – and like many teenagers now – my characters are at a peculiar crossroads in their lives. They desperately seek freedom. But at the same time, they are constantly thwarted.
I’ve loved mountains since I was a girl, and when I discovered mountaineering fiction after college, I was hooked.
My dad was very strict. He was absolutely the Tiger Dad. You know, ‘You got a 98% on this test? Why didn’t you get 100?’ That was normal life for my brothers and I.
Whatever the case, oftentimes, for a story to feel complete to me, I need more than one point of view.
I find booksellers comforting – they’re my people.
At age 10, or even 15, it would have meant the world to me to see a Pakistani girl portrayed positively, let alone as a comic book superhero.
My mother and father were born and raised in Pakistan, where religion is entrenched in the culture and the culture is explicitly unyielding.