Ausma Zehanat Khan is fascinating. Her new series, 'The Bloodprint', is a tale of religion, oppression, and political intrigue that radiates with heroism, wonder, and hope. The series is set in the distant future along the Silk Road, partly in Iran and Uzbekistan, and it features a female scholar and warrior who must reclaim the legacy of her people. It is such a unique take on the Fantasy genre that I really don't think it has been done like this before. Until now. If you don't know about this Author, let's get you up to speed. Khan holds a Ph.D. in International Human Rights Law with a specialization in military intervention and war crimes in the Balkans. She has practiced immigration law and taught human rights law at Northwestern University and York University. She is the former Editor in Chief of 'Muslim Girl' magazine, the first magazine targeted to young Muslim women. I had a chance to interview her at the Denver Comic Con a couple of weeks ago and here is how it went...


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