I am a grand-daughter of Armenian genocide survivors, born and raised in Lebanon. Eight years ago, I remarried and settled down in Montreal with my loving Canadian husband. I spent the past year gathering data and recollections to undertake the writing of my first novel.
My experience includes nearly two decades of journalism and television as an actress and a live T.V, show host and a radio host in the Lebanese and Arabic society. Eventually, I rose through the ranks, living the unspeakable until I gave it all up for a chance at happiness and true love. Through Anna, the protagonist, I am revealing the taboos and stories that unfold behind closed doors, the hidden traps found within the glamorous circles of fame and fortune.
I experienced the downfalls of the show-business industry, and through Masks, exposing its’ uncensored reality. Today – besides being a housewife, reading and watching movies – I am in the process of writing my second novel.
5-Star Review by Ray Simmons
Midwest Book Review – Oregon, USA.
Midwest Book Review – Oregon, USA
Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers’ Favorite
Review by Dr.Thomas L. Law III
Dr.Thomas L. Law III
5 star review by Lyn Hancock
Lyn Hancock; A Canadian Australian Author, Lecturer, Photographer, Adventurer.
A Salacious Love Story
OnlineBookClub.org 3 out of 4 stars
5 Stars by Anahit Arustamyan
Masks is one of the best books I have ever read.
The famous spiritual and philosophical Armenian poetess Anahit Arustamyan. the author of “The Queen Of Metaphors”, “My Intoxicated Ink”, “The Phantom’s Dolphin”& “The Canvas Of My Soul”
Her creative works are published in many poetry anthologies and magazines both online and in print. Armenia, Yerevan.
Should people wear masks?
The events of Masks appear clear in the mind as if one is watching a film.