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MY PLANS

My plans add up to a busy few months ahead promoting Rite of Honour. “Start writing, no matter what. The water does not flow until the faucet is turned on.” -Louis L'Amour

RITE OF HONOUR BOOK LAUNCH

June 2016 The first official launch will be in Sydney, followed by the Melbourne launch. Archives Book Shop in Brisbane has also kindly agreed to hold a launch. Details will be advertised when they become available. I will also be launching the book in rural and regional centres near my home. Special thanks go to Hiwa Mahabadi of Motifex Productions for arranging the Australian publicity campaign for Rite of Honour and working tirelessly to plan the Sydney launch. 

WRITING

Now through 2017 My first wish is to start the next book, Rite of Redemption, which will take the Kurds through their last three years of battles with Islamic jihadists in Iraq and Syria, and the Turkish and Iranian regimes, all within the context of intensifying international interventions and political machinations. I already have a rough plan in my mind about the main events that Evin, the key character of Rite of Honour, will be involved in, and the part she will play in the struggle to redeem Kurdistan for its people.  

TRAVEL

2016 -2017 My second wish is to go to Kurdistan when the conditions permit. I hope that it will be sooner than later, as I need to do local research and meet the people in their own environments. In the meantime I would like to launch the book in Germany, France, Italy and other European centres with significant populations of Kurds and their supporters. London is high on my list of launch locations.

ACTIVISM

NOW till FREEDOM After attending three protest marches/meetings with Kurds in Australia, I can’t wait to join more. Their energy and enthusiasm for their nation’s liberation and its people’s access to human rights is heightened during these activities. It is gratifying to be part of a democracy that allows citizens to express their concerns in a peaceful and orderly fashion. I’ve also co-written and edited numerous articles about Kurdistan’s political situation for online journals. 
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MY PLANS

My plans add up to a busy few months ahead promoting Rite of Honour. “Start writing, no matter what. The water does not flow until the faucet is turned on.” -Louis L'Amour

RITE OF HONOUR BOOK LAUNCH

June 2016 The first official launch will be in Sydney, followed by the Melbourne launch. Archives Book Shop in Brisbane has also kindly agreed to hold a launch. Details will be advertised when they become available. I will also be launching the book in rural and regional centres near my home. Special thanks go to Hiwa Mahabadi of Motifex Productions for arranging the Australian publicity campaign for Rite of Honour and working tirelessly to plan the Sydney launch. 

WRITING

Now through 2017 My first wish is to start the next book, Rite of Redemption, which will take the Kurds through their last three years of battles with Islamic jihadists in Iraq and Syria, and the Turkish and Iranian regimes, all within the context of intensifying international interventions and political machinations. I already have a rough plan in my mind about the main events that Evin, the key character of Rite of Honour, will be involved in, and the part she will play in the struggle to redeem Kurdistan for its people.  

TRAVEL

2016 -2017 My second wish is to go to Kurdistan when the conditions permit. I hope that it will be sooner than later, as I need to do local research and meet the people in their own environments. In the meantime I would like to launch the book in Germany, France, Italy and other European centres with significant populations of Kurds  and their supporters. London is high on my list of launch locations.

ACTIVISM

NOW till FREEDOM After attending three protest marches/meetings with Kurds in Australia, I can’t wait to join more. Their energy and enthusiasm for their nation’s liberation and its people’s access to human rights is heightened during these activities. It is gratifying to be part of a democracy that allows citizens to express their concerns in a peaceful and orderly fashion. I’ve also co-written and edited numerous articles about Kurdistan’s political situation for online journals. 
Alison Buckley
Alison Buckley