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.
A Salacious Love Story
Should people wear masks?
Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers’ Favorite
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.
5 star review by Lyn Hancock
Lyn Hancock; A Canadian Australian Author, Lecturer, Photographer, Adventurer.
5-Star Review by Ray Simmons
OnlineBookClub.org 3 out of 4 stars
The events of Masks appear clear in the mind as if one is watching a film.
Review by Dr.Thomas L. Law III
Dr.Thomas L. Law III
Midwest Book Review – Oregon, USA.
Midwest Book Review – Oregon, USA