Bisma Ayoub, was born and brought up in Srinagar, Kashmir. Her small interest of writing grew so strong with time and turned her into an Author. She started from sharing her work on social media and received huge appreciation and love from her readers. Today her work has been published in 3 books. And now with her very own Anthology she gave a wonderful start to her journey along with other 28 writers from Jammu and Kashmir.

“The Creative Minds” is the collection of many minds with a touch of creativity. It is a collection of poetries brought together by all Co-authors. This book is a combination of emotions which will give you an experience of lifetime.
This book will surely bring together a plethora of emotions for you to entice your mind and leave an irreplaceable mark.

The most important thing is, you need to be dedicated and enough passionate about their work and art, than eventually your hardwork will make a way towards your success.

She came up with this idea of Anthology, because being a Writer she has witnessed the hardships one faces in their writing journey. Her motive with this book was to promote and empower the real young talented writers from Jammu and Kashmir.

I want to break the stereotypes that, you are a writer only when your content gets huge likes, comments and shares , but is the one who has depth in their words and can connect the outer world with his/her inner thoughts, and those never get acknowledged for their precious work because may be their online family is not so big and they don’t receive huge likes. I want to thank all the Co-authors of this book for showing their trust in me and for working like a family. I wish them a great start with this book. “Bisma said”

Words have that power to bring a better change in a person and in a society, so we should contribute our best through it.” Bisma quoted “.

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