Mona Dash talks about ‘A Roll Of The Dice’

‘A Roll Of The Dice’ is a Non-Fiction finalist for The People’s Book Prize 2020! Mona Dash writes about her 10-year roller-coaster journey from India to England, after her first child is diagnosed with Severe Combined Immunodeficiency (SCID). A story...

Mona interviewed in the Asian Writer

When did you know you had a story in you that you wanted to share? Many years ago, when my baby boy became ill, and the word SCID entered my life, I thought, one day, I would write about it to increase awareness about this rare and fatal condition. I was however...

Meet Mona at Waterstones Gower Street

The Feminist Book Society presents: Motherhood – the last feminist taboo Wednesday 19th June 19:30 Waterstones London, 82 Gower Street, London, WC1E 6EQ Feminist Book Society co-founders Katy Loftus and Eleanor Dryden will be hosting another lively, inclusive and...

Why did I write ‘A Roll of the Dice’ as a memoir?

I am a writer of fiction and poetry. When I decided to write this as a memoir, and therefore a true story, there were questions, especially from family. Was it a good idea to bare so much of my personal life? Why not fictionalise it, invent characters, embellish the...

Introducing A Roll of the Dice

The personal and the medical aspects of A Roll of the Dice: a story of loss, love and genetics (published on April 22 and available to order on...