Thanks to everyone of you who responded in such a positive manner. You have my apologies that it took me so long to get back with you. As I have mentioned, I am finishing my 11th book (YES!) and I have been chained to my computer chair for the past four months and have barely done anything else.
But this morning I did read ALL the responses to the question posed by Princess Sultana.
I have cut and pasted all your comments and am now in the process of sending those to her daughter. I don’t know how she will resist connecting with the readers of her story after reading the most wonderful replies from all of you.
I will let you know within the next few weeks what her plans are.
Meanwhile, I appreciate all the feedback and I know that she will, too!
For now, have a most happy day! Jean
For the past year I have been attempting to convince Princess Sultana to join the world wide web by posting, or having a FB page or tweeting. I believe that she would enjoy having this kind of contact with other women who are working on the same issues that have so affected her life. Although it is difficult for her to post when she is in the kingdom as there are government spies monitoring all Saudis, (even the royals) and most particularly Saudi women, she does spend a lot of time in Europe and in California, and during those jaunts she would be free to post.
At this time her eldest daughter sometimes responds on her mother’s behalf (with her mother’s permission) but I’m all for the Princess coming out of her shell, at least as much as possible, and having directly contact.
She wondered if anyone would be interested if she blogged or tweeted and I have assured her that they would.
What do you say? Would you be interested in following the tweets of Princess Sultana? If so, let me know and I’ll pass the word.