Born on 11 May 1978 in Istanbul, Turkey, Aslı Eti holds a BA in Social Sciences and Philosophy from Bosphorus University. After fifteen years of managing global brands in multinational advertising agencies, she finally took the plunge to pursue her wild dream of writing. Her début novel Forget Me Not, published in June 2016, became an instant bestseller in Turkey with five reprints in its first year alone and even found its way into school curriculums.
Her second novel Fourteen Days of the World followed a year later, and a ‘Philosophy for Children’ short story series called School of Wisdom came in 2018.
Aslı Eti is committed to inspiring journeys of self-discovery. Fully convinced of the healing power of words, she is passionate about motivating people of all ages to seek the purpose of their lives, to reclaim their own power and to illuminate the world.
Armed with a BA (Hons.) in Graphic Design, Feyza Howell has worked in design, advertising, TV production, marketing, product management and business development in several countries across the world. Throughout this time she has always drawn, written and translated. Resolving to help bring great literature to a wider audience, she has ultimately exchanged international business for translation and writing full time.
Feyza Howell lives in Berkshire, where she draws, teaches dance, translates, and writes punchy stories that she might publish one day.