Monthly Archives: March 2016

The Duties of the Son-in-Law

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Rights of a Writer by Author Hend Hegazi

I was recently scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed and started reading a post that one of my friends had shared. As I read it, I recognized it as an article I had written for a magazine many months ago. The … Continue reading

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Another Fiction Chat Coming Soon…

Assalamu aleikum, My first novel was reviewed by the lovely Layla Abdullah-Poulos :). It’s a very short video…so watch it to get some insights please! Now…the next Muslim Fiction Chat will discuss how far Muslim Authors can go behind closed … Continue reading

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Say “Alhamdulillaah!” by Umm Khadiijah Al Liybeeriyyah

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Author: Umm Khadiijah Al Liybeeriyyah Illustrator: Ke’lona A. Hamilton Publisher : Umm Khadiijah’s Books & Productions Say “Alhamdulillaah!” by Umm Khadiijah Al Liybeeriyyah is a children’s book that Muslim children need to remind them…

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Women’s History Month 2016 Featuring 12 Muslim Women Authors, Editors, and Reviewers

Originally posted on Author Karimah G:
There are various women throughout the world and for this year’s Women’s History Month I would like to introduce 12 Muslim women authors, editors, and/or reviewers that have an impact on Muslim fiction.  ?…

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BOOK REVIEW – THE DUCKTRINORS PART 1. BY PAPATIA FEAUXZAR

Originally posted on FROM THE ROSE'S PEN:
BOOK REVIEW THE DUCKTRINORS “HANIFA”, BOOK ONE BY PAPATIA FEAUXZAR Mondays, in the past few weeks, always find me in a tight spot. I can’t figure out in good time what to…

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An Interview with Melati Lum

Papatia Feauxzar: Melati, Assalamu aleikum. Welcome to Hayati Magazine. Please tell us something we don’t know about you.   Melati Lum: Wa aleikum salam! I’m a mum and former criminal prosecutor of serious crimes. In my past I’ve worked for … Continue reading

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Are You Realistic About What A Real Relationship Is About?

Bismillah. Are you realistic about what a real relationship is about? You probably don’t know the answer so let me help you. A relationship isn’t supposed to be a nice breeze but why do many people think so? Nothing in life … Continue reading

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Ayesha Dean: The Istanbul Intrigue

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Ayesha Dean: The Istanbul Intrigue is the debut novel of Melali Lum. Melati Lum is a multiracial Australian Muslim Lawyer. Her protagonist, Ayesha Dean, loves good food, solving mysteries, traveling, books, and good friends.…

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My thoughts on Americanah

Peace be unto you readers and bloggers. This is a different read and review compared to what I normally blog about… Anyways, I enjoyed reading this book for many reasons. One is the fact that it addresses so well the … Continue reading

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Interview with writer and blogger Papatia Feauxzar

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
As part of this month’s theme, I wanted to interview someone who could tell us their struggle on the path of attaining a goal they had. Last month, we spoke about hobbies; our hobbies…

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Bloom by Papatia Feauxzar…Book Review

Originally posted on Foodeva Marsay:
Happiness is READING!!! I had my share of Double this Happiness about a month back, when the the lovely Papatia Feauxzar, Author of Bloom, messaged to let me know she was sending me a copy of her…

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Unleashing Your Creativity by Majid Mahmood

Unleashing Your Creativity: A Short Guide to Becoming More Creative is about 37 pages and a quick read. We all at some point in life find ourselves giving advices to others about different life aspirations but in the end the … Continue reading

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Riding the Samoosa Express: Personal Narratives of Marriage and Beyond

Riding the Samoosa Express is a metaphor to refer to the process of courtship, love, marriage and beyond. It’s a well written tale sampling the diversity and the different faces the Indian Muslim women contributors experienced. These personal narratives range … Continue reading

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SISTERS READS: Jasmine Falling

Written by Shereen Malherbe | Reviewed by Papatia Feauxzar | Published by MB Publishing Jasmine Falling is a contemporary women’s fiction novel by Shereen Malherbe, a British Palestinian writer based in both the UK and the United Arab Emirates. Malherbe … Continue reading

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