Baldip Kaur is a British Indian and accomplished exhibiting artist and writer who resides in London. Her writing is inspired by giving a voice to those oppressed by injustice e,g child grooming/trafficking, psychological and domestic abuse.
Her published literary works are novels ‘Kismet’, ‘Fanish’ ‘Maelstrom’ and her most recent novel ‘Call of Angels.’ In addition she has published ‘Visual Reflections’ a compilation of some of her artwork and poetry
Her novels give voice against social injustices and all the issues addressed, by her, although fiction, are of concern to the values and advancement of society
Baldip started her creative journey by painting in oils, which was soon followed by putting pen to paper, and 'Kismet' her first novel began to take shape. She found she was inspired by social issues so took the subect of womens oppression in Kismet followed by Maelstrom, in which the characaters faced and fought political and mental demons. This was followed by her third novel 'Fanish' which is a novel about child grooming. Her latest novel 'Call of Angels' is set amidst the lockdown of covid 19 with flasthbacks to the tsunami of 2004