A few years ago, as I was going through one of the most difficult periods of my life, I looked for help. I was living in Riyadh and a friend (forever grateful, May) recommended a psychotherapist she was convinced could help me. I postponed and postponed, convinced I could get over whatever was troubling me … More I Should Have Shut Them Up
I don’t know about you, but my days have become shorter and my nights much longer because…what’s the rush in getting up, right? I am a fitness trainer in New York, where all the gyms are closed until further notice, and with the new social distancing norms, my clients don’t want to take any chances. … More My “New Normal” during the Covid 19 Lockdown
For readers in Lebanon, The Polar Bear and the Palm Tree is now available as ebook on Kobo: https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/the-polar-bear-and-the-palm-tree Happy reading! Evelyne
Ali caressed the curved, pear-shaped body, his fingers running over the fingerboard before resting on the short, delicate neck. The Cedar wood, cool to the touch, gave a beautiful, surprising deep sound that took him back to his childhood in Damascus every time he played a few notes. The Oud was a family affair. Ali’s … More An Ode to the Oud
My novel “The Polar Bear and the Palm Tree” continues its journey around the world…here in Denmark. Thank you for that photo, Dorte, it brightened my day!