In September, I participated in Shealea's #goodreadance2020 and here's the wrap-up!
Assalaam wa alaikum friends and welcome to Muslim Hours! Today, we have a very special guest and it’s none other than Syed M. Masood, the author of More Than Just a Pretty Face, a young adult ron-com book featuring Muslim main characters.
Hello friends and welcome to Moral of the Story! Today, we’re going to discuss about Parachutes by Kelly Yang, a tearful story about two teenagers who have to deal with the same issues and trauma.
Assalaam wa alaikum friends and welcome back to Muslim Hours! Today’s post, I’m going to reveal a beautiful cover of Sahira Javaid’s upcoming debut, Crowning Soul! I’m so excited to be a part of this, massive thank you for Sahira to letting to be in Crowning Soul’s street team. In case you didn’t know, Crowning … Continue reading Muslim Hours — Crowning Soul Cover Reveal
Assalaam wa alaikum friends and welcome to Muslim Hours! Today I’m joined by Adiba Jaigirdar, author of The Henna Wars, a young adult book about two girls rivaling in henna business.
Assalaam wa alaikum friends and welcome to Muslim Hours! In today's Muslim Hours, Hanna Alkaf (the author of The Weight of Our sky) talks about her favorite iftar dishes!
Assalaam wa alaikum and Ramadan Mubarak, friends! Welcome to the first post of Muslim Hours! Today, I'm giving you 15+ books to read this Ramadan / add to your #MuslimShelfSpace!
Tigers, Not Daughters is a powerful story that revolves around grief and sisterhood. It’s a tale about four sisters who struggle to survive after their sister’s death; in dealing with their alcoholic widowed father to strange events that happened in their house. In this post, I would like to analyze more about each characters' way to grieve and how they represent five stages of grief.
Content or trigger warnings are something we’ve seen a lot in internet. But what are they actually and why they’re important to include one in books?
Racism, discrimination and patriarchy are topics I often found in middle grade books. These are issues children don’t really learn from school, and it’s up to their parents to teach why these things are bad. But, is it really important to introduce these issues to children?