Episode 39: Interview with Emma Dhesi
This episode is sponsored by Patreon supporter Michael Swaidan. Thank you, Michael!!
Emma Dhesi writes contemporary Women’s Fiction. She began writing seriously while a stay at home mom with 3 children under five years of age. She needed something for herself and for her future. By changing her mindset, being consistent and developing confidence, Emma has gone from having a collection of handwritten notes to two fully written, edited and published novels titled THE DAY SHE CAME HOME, and BELONGING. Her stories reflect the authentic lives of women by exploring the complexities of family life. Before writing, Emma trained as a stage actor and worked in London for a decade before moving with her husband to Hong Kong. After seven years there, Emma and her family relocated to Edinburgh, Scotland, where her writing came together and publication beckoned.
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