Sahar Naja Mahfouz
A Wife, a mother and a writer. Born in Beirut, Lebanon, and a graduate of the American University. She has lived in the United Arab Emirates for a long time. She loved writing since she was in school, and related to the Arabic language because of the ability and flexibility in narration, description and expression. She wrote a series of stories for young people and children. She has participated in many exhibitions and literary festivals. She has also participated in stories writing about the Open Sesame Program. She is a member of the jury of many creative writing competitions. She founded "They"(the women) Group for writers and creative women in the UAE since 2013.
Some of Her Works
Sweet Red, Grandma's Cabbage, Gazl El Banat, My Letters are Dancing, Milia The Giraffe,The Story of a Bird, I wish I said no, the wonderful jacket, Almonds and Sugar, The storyteller, My Mother is a Suitcase, My New Neighbor, Bottles of the Sun.