Come What May
Dr. Hasnain Ali Syed was born in Sialkot, Pakistan from where he received his early education. After graduating from High School, he was accepted into Shaikh Zayed Medical College, Lahore from where he did his Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery. He also acquired an additional Bachelor in English. Throughout the course of his education, he was always invested in reading books of various genres and writing short pieces of his own. His work was published in Nationwide magazines making him win the Chief Minister's Writing Award for one of his writings.
During Medical School, he served as the Founder and first Editor in Chief of the official Magazine of Shaikh Zayed Complex, "Phoenix" and also became the first student head of the Literary Society. He divided his time between debates and declamation, writing, and other performing arts.
Dr. Hasnain A Syed graduated from Medical School in early 2018 with a distinction and currently works in the Department of Internal Medicine, Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital, Lahore.
About the Book "Come What May"
“Tell me, you’re harnessing all your pain and changing it into your driving force, you’re picking up stones they threw at you and building castles with them”. Come What May is a story of undying courage. Through a collection of Poetry, Prose, and Letters, it shows how feeling every single thing can be both a malady and a cure. It talks about the effect of discrimination, bullying, rejection, and detestation and tells you how to deal with all of them with strength, compassion, dignity, and faith.
Come What May charted on the Amazon Best Selling Book List of Poetry Category for 8 weeks straight and has now become the first commercial book by a Pakistani author to become a mandatory part of the English Syllabus for a major school system.