‘Wicked’ author’s memoir comes out in March

The story of a British author’s new memoir coming out in February will be the first book of the year to be published online.

In a blog post on her website, writer and novelist Shsu Kohn said her new book, Wicked, would be released on March 9th, with the full text published online on March 10th.

It’s a story of growing up in the shadow of war, the highs and lows of being an Englishman, and the journey of learning to live happily with the inevitable conflict of our times, Kohn told the Independent on Sunday.

Kohn has written the book in response to a series of controversial articles written by British authors who have accused her of racism.

Kohn wrote the first of her two books, A Tale of Two Cities, when she was 15 years old, after her parents died when she had a heart attack.

She said the book “seemed like a kind of love letter to my mother” when she finished it, and that she was “very proud of the fact that I was writing a book about my mother”.

Kohn is one of a small number of English authors who are currently under fire after they criticised her memoirs, and are also accused of “ignoring” racism.

In her book, Kounan argues that the UK has a long history of ignoring racism, and she has been “hijacked by the media” to write books that promote her own version of the country.

The book was first published in 2017, and was hailed as “the first truly feminist novel”.

Kounan, who is of Armenian descent, has written six books since then.

The first was called The First Girl, and is about a girl who goes to a “gay-friendly” school.

In the book, the girl, who’s in love with a white boy, falls for his cousin, and learns to love being gay.

The second book was published in 2018, and tells the story of the first African-American woman elected to Parliament in the UK.

In the book she also argues that racism is still alive in Britain.

She writes about the racist treatment of a black woman in the country, and writes about her own family.

Her next book, The Great Divide, is a memoir about the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement in the United States.

In both of her books, Konss wrote about her experiences as a student at Oxford University, where she was one of the youngest students to ever enter.

She wrote about how the Oxford University Press (OUP) published her book on the grounds that it would help students “understand” themselves and other people, and how this would help the student experience.

In another of her novels, The Big House, she wrote about the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower fire, in which she wrote of “how difficult it was to get out of bed”.

In The Great Divorce, she writes about growing up and the trials and tribulations of being a single mother in England, and about the life of a journalist.

In Wicked, Komman said she was writing “to be heard and to be understood”.

“I wanted to be able to speak for others, not just myself,” she said.

Komman, an Oxford University graduate who has published in the US and New Zealand, said she had no intention of writing a single book, but said she wanted to share the stories of other women writers.

“I hope to inspire others to write and to make a difference,” she told the Telegraph.

Kounian said her book was not intended to be a “hate crime”, but to “challenge the idea that racism exists in a country”.

“We need to recognise and recognise how the idea of ‘racism’ can be used by a number of people in the media, including journalists, to perpetuate the myth that racism isn’t a problem, it’s just part of our culture,” she added.

“If it is, then we have to change the way we think about it.”

Kohn said she would be releasing more books in the future, including her next book on her mother, a Nigerian writer whose life story she has researched and edited.