Most personal work yet: Malala Yousafzai announces new book
The youngest Nobel prize laureate Malala Yousafzai has announced a new book, a decade after her first inform-all, I Am Malala. The book is untitled for now. The 25-year-old took to social media and shared the declaration.
“I am thrilled to announce that I am running on my subsequent e-book!” the activist penned on social media. “The previous couple of years of my life have been marked by means of splendid transformation — finding independence, partnership and, in the long run, myself. This can be my most private e book but and I can’t wait if you want to study it.”She went on to add, “This October will be a decade given that I Am Malala became posted, shortly after my 16th birthday. I am excited to percentage what has came about considering and take the subsequent step in my journey.”
In the remaining ten years, Malala has had a few existence-altering instances. Alongside actively advocating for women’ training, she has now stepped into the arena of production. In 2021, Malala partnered with Apple Inc to provide numerous dramas. Last year, she signed a deal for three movies, reported Variety.
Her production organization Extracurricular has partnered with the indie studio A24 for a nonetheless-untitled feature documentary on the mythical “haenyeo” society of fisherwomen, who stay on South Korea’s Jeju Island. She additionally went on board as an executive producer for no longer one however two Oscar-shortlisted films, Joyland and Stranger at the Gate.
Atria Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, announced the memoir Monday. It is currently untitled and has no scheduled launch date. Atria is looking the brand new book a “breathtaking story of restoration and search for identity, a candid exploration of her coming-of-age inside the public spotlight, and an intimate take a look at her existence these days.” Young readers and photograph e-book versions also are planned.