First debuting in this year’s Muscat International Book Fair, the collection, committed to the writer’s late mother, explores the theme of loss in the seven stories of the book.
Muaini received this newest accolade throughout an occasion hosted by the Omani Society for Writers & Literates, a non-profit organisation that functions to make meaningful contributions to the literacy movement across the sultanate. This newest collection follows from the achievement of a earlier published collection referred to as ‘ID Card for Omanis’, which also won an award in 2015.
Muaini, who is a senior manager of Business Products at Ooredoo, stated, “As a writer, you put pen to paper and release a wave of ideas and emotions which you don’t always share with the world. So, being recognised for my stories is such a wonderful feeling. I am grateful for the award and overwhelmed by all the praise the collection has received.”
Promoting Oman’s greatest talent, Ooredoo remains committed to continuing to help the improvement of its loved ones members in all locations of their lives. The organization functions towards assisting Omanis attain their objectives, via possibilities with required exposure to excel.
Information Source: Muscat Daily