#RamadanReadathon · @MuslimReadathon · Bookish · Islam · Middle Grade · YA

Fasting Recommendations for Ramadan Readathon 2019

  As-Salaam Alaikum everyone! Ramadan is 1-2 days away, so Ramadan Kareem. If you still haven’t signed up yet to this yearly readathon where we read books written by Muslim Authors, then check out Nadia’s #RAMADANREADATHON 2019 | THE ANNOUNCEMENT & SIGN-UP blog post.   With only two days left until the Ramadan Readathon begins, I wanted to…… Continue reading Fasting Recommendations for Ramadan Readathon 2019

2019 · Book Review · Bookish · Children's Book · Diversity · Hena Khan · Islam · Muslim · Own Voices

Book Review of Under My Hijab: We need more beautiful stories like this!

Blurb Grandma wears it clasped under her chin. Aunty pins hers up with a beautiful brooch. Jenna puts it under a sun hat when she hikes. Zara styles hers to match her outfit. As a young girl observes six very different women in her life who each wear the hijab in a unique way, she…… Continue reading Book Review of Under My Hijab: We need more beautiful stories like this!

#RamadanReadathon · 2018 · @MuslimReadathon · Blog Tour · Book Review · Bookish · Diversity · Islam · Ramadan · S.A. Chakraborty

Ramadan Readathon Blog Tour: Book Review of City of Brass + S.P of What Ramadan in Egypt Looks Like.

What is the Ramadan Readathon? It is a month-long reading challenge to celebrate and support Muslim authors during the holy month of Ramadan. Created by Nad @Scorpioreads. You can learn more about it here. It’s the ninth day of the Ramadan Readathon blog tour and hidden behind the eighth door is…   🥁 🥁 🥁…… Continue reading Ramadan Readathon Blog Tour: Book Review of City of Brass + S.P of What Ramadan in Egypt Looks Like.

Book Review · Bookish · Fiction · Islam · Middle Grade · Muslim · YA

Book Review- Sadia: Hijab tropes and a story that could have gone right, but didn’t!

Blurb: ” Three female Muslim teenagers must decide how far they are willing to go to defend their beliefs when faced with the pressures of life.” Thirteen-year-old Sadia is Muslim and passionate about one thing: basketball. When her teacher announces tryouts for this year’s co-ed team, she jumps at the opportunity. Her talent speaks for…… Continue reading Book Review- Sadia: Hijab tropes and a story that could have gone right, but didn’t!

Book Review · Bookish · Contemporary · Diversity · Fiction · Islam · Muslim · Own Voices · WOC · YA

Book Review- Love, Hate & Other Filters: Fluffy moments, bigotry, and life.

Basic Keywords and Intro: Own Voices: Muslim debut Novel YA Contemporary  First Person Point of View + 3rd person interludes A Coming of Age Novel Maya, an Indian-American Muslim teen, faces Islamophobia after a horrific terror attack occurs. Maya is also torn apart between being a good girl & doing everything her parents expect of…… Continue reading Book Review- Love, Hate & Other Filters: Fluffy moments, bigotry, and life.

Diversity · Islam · Mental Illness · Muslim · Neurodiversity · Own Voices · Top 17 in 2017 · WOC

Top 17 in 2017: Underrated Bloggers

  Hello everyone! So Top 17 in 2017 is going to be a very short series, where I share different kinds of Top 17. A few days ago, I published my very 1st Top 17 in 2017. I talked about my favorite reads of 2017. If you are interested, you can check it out HERE!…… Continue reading Top 17 in 2017: Underrated Bloggers