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Meet Maryam Arif – Pakistan’s Youngest Female Author

Maryam Arif

A 16 years of teenager, Maryam Arif has become the country’s youngest author with eight published books and two running podcasts with a huge international audience. 

Maryam was born in Karachi in 2004 August. She started writing when she was only 10 years old and at the age of 12, she wrote poem for young dawn. She was only 14 years old when she started writing her 1st book and the very next year, she wrote 7 books. Her passion for writing made her youngest Pakistani writer to have 8 books under 16 years of age.

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Moreover, she also has 3 coloring books under her name; 1 for children, 2 for adults. Along with this Maryam is also a Goodreads verified author. Also, her books include 3 self-help books, blogging, copywriting guides, children books, a novel of 50,000+ words.  

She runs two Podcasts; New Trends and Live Biology. She is also one of the youngest Pakistani Podcaster to have an international audience on both her platforms.  

Self Help Books of Maryam Arif

Her first 3 books were in series which were written for Pakistani youth to empower them to be successful and to drive the nation forward. The books include “Unlimited Power: The secret of achieving more”, “Growth from fears,” and “Reasons and morals”.

Her these books were bought internationally and they are available on 13 marketplaces all over the world. Her love for her country can be seen in her writings. 

She also wrote books on blogging named “Make money by Blogging” after making websites and blogging for clients. The book was bought internationally and was cherished among the community. 

Furthermore, she has also written “Top 9 Persuasive Copywriting Techniques” based on her experiences and skills in copywriting which she gained over the years. 

Maryam Arif wrote 2 children’s books by the name of Mr. Baker series. The 2 books under this series were: “The Cupcake Party’ and ‘The Unicorn Island‘. 

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