Monthly Archives: October 2018

The Sandhills of Arabia

The Sandhills of Arabia by American Muslim convert Laila Hasib is a Muslim young adult story of about 100 pages. A quick read, it’s intriguing and to the point. The writing is crisp and witty. Hasib leaves no stones un-turned when … Continue reading

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A Couple Tips

After the honeymoon phase passes, it’s hard at times to stay the hopeless romantics in a marriage. Some couples discover there are asexual. Other become obsessed with intimacy and many don’t even bother with it. It has become a chore … Continue reading

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Miss Hayati: Is Bringing Up Past Arguments Healthy For A Marriage?

Miss Hayati is a new BellaNaija Style series that explores the mysterious and the seemingly impenetrable world of young West African Muslim women. Headlined by four alternating writers: Fatima Togbe, Papatia Feauxzar, Maryam Salam and Ismath Lauriano, the goal is … Continue reading

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Imagine, by Shoohada Khanom

Originally posted on Umm Afraz Muhammed:
“Could we talk about something interesting? While we’re trying to get some rest?” “Okay, Yunus,” Saarah replied. Plucking something from the top of her head.   Imagine by Shoohada Khanom, is a children’s picture-book geared…

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The Five Qualities of Great Blog Posts

Originally posted on The Art of Blogging:
Almost every “blogging blog” out there and about 97% of all blogging guides ever written state that one should always choose quality over quantity; one should write great content. How does one do…

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