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PROVING she’s got beauty and brains, a young Solihull author has made it through to the finals of Miss Black Country.

Farishta Farang, aged 21, co-wrote Stranger’s Love: Family Blood, with her younger sister Tahmina last year, which tells the heartbreaking story of Angel Khan who is forced to choose between love and his family.

Farishta Farang, aged 21, co-wrote Stranger’s Love: Family Blood, with her younger sister Tahmina last year, which tells the heartbreaking story of Angel Khan who is forced to choose between love and his family.

“The book is written straight from the heart,” said Farishta, pictured, who is also a pharmacy student at the University of Wolverhampton.

She has no plans to stop writing and is already planning a book about charitable work. “I want to do it all,” she said.

To vote for Farishta in the Miss Popularity prize category, visit www.missengland.info/regionals/blackcountry

 

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