Maisha is a pretty normal girl.
Sure, she doesn’t remember the first 18 years of her life, but weirder things happen, right?
It’s not like someone took away her memories to make her forget that she’s an alien, heir to a throne, and the most powerful witch in existence.
Nor does she have an undead fairy godmother (along with a bunch of ghosts for relatives) whose sole afterlife entertainment is haunting her.
And there’s NO way she’s married to an actual dragon/ancient-warrior/wanna-be-superhero (who hates her guts) in the name of peace.
Or is there?
Who decides what’s normal anyways?
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Mina Rehman is a reader, a 90s kid (since we’re putting all the important stuff here), an amateur nature photographer (but only when she remembers to charge her camera’s battery), a writer, a flexitarian (which might be another word for “struggling vegetarian”), a feminist (obviously), a horrible poet (but that doesn’t stop her), proud mother of an adopted Jaguar (Go WWF!), a science communicator and a currently non-practicing astrophysicist.
She loves telling stories that help people connect with one another, but mostly, she just wants to use her words to make people laugh.
When she’s not reading, writing or being lazy, she can be found in Manchester’s city centre doing really cool experiments and convincing people of the awesomeness of science.
A Princess’s Guide to Dragon Domestication is her first published book.