A Waltz with Aphrodite

For fourteen years Sara believed she is divorced from Demir; a famous businessman and father of her three daughters, who fell in love with her while she was a refugee from Bosnia in Turkey. During those years Demir was a perfect father, but that’s all he was to Sara. Once she learned that he never finalised the divorce, Sara is faced with a tough decision: to stay married or to renew the divorce. More

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About Dunya Luke

I was born in Bosnia, but I've lived most of my life in the UK.

I graduated in Economics, and then I did an MSc in Voluntary Action Management.

I am passionate about two things: The Voluntary Sector (people helping each other) and writing. Luckily for me, those two things go well together.

While I love writing books that are 'food for thought', sometimes I also like to chill out and just write for the fun of it. This is why I use two pseudonyms: 1. Meliha Avdic (my real name and my mother's surname since my mother raised me and my brothers without any help from anyone, yet my father's surname is on all my diplomas) for the books that are thought-provoking such as Just Another Life (published), Tormen and Ointment (looking for an agent), second part of 'Torment and Ointment (I haven't settled on a title just yet). I should mention that these books are not entirely independent of one another since the main characters are best friends, 2. Dunya Luke - my grandfather adored me. I was his 'dunyaluk', meaning 'world'. He died when I was seven, but in his honour, I use this name for the books that are relaxing, including the stories I write for children.

My dream is to inspire a positive change in individuals, which leads to a positive change in the world. 'One person at a time' - my motto.

Feel free to get in touch with me. dunyalook 'a inside an o' gmail 'you know' com

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