Monthly Archives: February 2016

The Awakening!

Assalamu aleikum. Jumah Mubarak! I got a shout out by sister Umm Juwayriyah, Author of The Size of a Mustard Seed , with many other talented Black Muslim Writers masha’Allah, alhamdullilah. We’re on the road to fight the single story problem … Continue reading

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The Islamic, Adult Coloring Book

  Time to de-stress folks! 🙂 I love coloring if you didn’t know! 😉

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Interview with Papatia Feauxzar on Homeschooling

Bismillahi Ar-Rahmaani Ar-Raheem It is my pleasure to interview today Papatia Feauxzar from Djarabi Kitabs. She is a wife, a mother, a homeschooler, and a busy entrepreneur who is mostly known for her passion in writing novels. Let’s find out … Continue reading

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From the Incidences of those who Repent

Source: From the Incidences of those who Repent

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Promo Time!

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Hector Hectricity and the Missing Socks

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
I requested a copy to review and the author was kind enough to honor that request. Author: Elizabeth Lymer Illustrator: Azra Momin Publisher : Aneesa Books Hector Hectricity is about a biracial Muslim family…

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Jasmine Falling – An Interview with Shereen Malherbe

Papatia Feauxzar: Assalamu aleikum Shereen. Welcome to Hayati Magazine. Please tell us a little bit about yourself.   Shereen Malherbe: Shereen Malherbe is a writer, author & speaker who spends her time in the U.K and the United Arab Emirates. … Continue reading

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The Broken Half- A Review

Sahar Abdulaziz is a resident of Pennsylvania. From her website, Sahar Abdulaziz graduated with a bachelor’s degree in psychology before going on to earn her master’s degree in health and wellness promotion and administration. Also holding a certification in community … Continue reading

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Unreasonable Spouse? Try These Tips!

Assalamu aleikum, http://hayatimagazine.com/relationship/marriage-relationship/unreasonable-spouse-try-these-tips/ Bismillah. Before we get into the tips, I need to define an unreasonable spouse. An unreasonable spouse is a spouse that makes everything difficult just because they get a kick out of it and because they can … Continue reading

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In Honor of Black History Month

In honor of Black History Month, meet Mrs. Karimah Grayson. She is “… a Muslim American author. Originally from Philadelphia, PA, Karimah resides in Fort Lauderdale, FL. The love of water and the beautiful blue skies keeps her loving the Sunshine … Continue reading

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Muslim Fiction

Assalamu aleikum dear bloggers! So this happened today alhamdullilah and it was a success masha’Allah! 🙂 To catch up on this great conversation, simply search the hashtags #MuslimFiction and #MuslimFictionChat Insha’Allah. Jazak’Allah khair, Papatia Feauxzar

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#GirlLove Tag

Thank you Sana Khan for nominating me. It’s truly an honor dear. You’re smart, cute, classy, and a keeper masha’Allah. Thank you to Abidah for that visiting her blog reminded me of this long overdue post! 🙂 So What is … Continue reading

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How To Guide Children’s Behavior (From an Islamic Perspective) – A Review

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
I received three free PDFs to review from Author Jameela Ho for my honest opinion. And the verdict is that this collection is a compelling parenting guide. Because I’m also a Love and Relationship…

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Go Away BAD MOOD -A Review

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
I got my copy on Amazon here. You can buy yours there and/or on the Author’s website. ? Go Away BAD mood Author: Nayera Salam Illustrator: Elsa Estrada Publisher : Prolance As a person…

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AUTHOR INTERVIEW: SAHAR ABDULAZIZ

Originally posted on The Writing Life Blog:
I am very pleased to welcome author, Sahar Abdulaziz, to The Writing Life. Abdulaziz strikes again. Her characters are the gal and guy next-door, masked in smiles, yet cloaked in secrecy. She challenges…

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Serendipitous!

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Let me tell you the story of this bracelet. I went to a department store a few months ago looking for a yellow plaid long sleeve shirt. I combed the store for this shirt…

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A Call To All Young Adult Readers*

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Assalamu aleikum-Peace be unto you, I’m calling upon young adult readers between 10 and 20 years old to read and review “The Ducktrinors: Book 1” on Amazon! The details: If interested, you’ll receive an…

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Twitter Discussion with Muslim Authors about Muslim Ficiton

Photo post by @deenonthebrain. Source: Twitter Discussion with Muslim Authors about Muslim Ficiton

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BLOOM ‘Giveaways’

Originally posted on Between Sisters, SVP!:
? Bloom is a collection of three of my spicy novels; Mistress of the Spices, The Hazardous Life of Nilüfer, and Oblivion. If you think you can handle sultry reads, please enter the giveaway.…

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A Book Lover

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
This is very true when it comes to 🙂 Jumah Mubarak folks! 🙂

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