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One response to “Author Q&A | Talking with the author of “The Jinni’s Last Wish” (Zenobia Neil) about writing hidden corridors of History into her Historical Fiction!

  1. I love how you two found something in common to talk about despite not liking one of her stories! I’m a huge fan of myth and folklore (even as a kid growing up) and love seeing authors reinvent the originals and twisting it up for today as you said.

    Most focus on Greek and Roman mythology, unfortunately, so it’s good to see another book that focuses on the Ottoman empire. I’ll have a peek in her books to see if any will poke my interest. :)

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