Category Archives: Muslimah

Work at Home Worries

Bismillah, Since I can remember, I have met a couple of men (uncles and friends from Africa) who think that women should only stay home and not have a job out of the house. Of course, this opinion never sat … Continue reading

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L’Américaine – Part 5 — Hayati Magazine (French & English)

Femta Compaoré est une mère célibataire qui tente de divorcer de son premier mari Obê quand Uthman entre dans sa vie à un point où elle croit qu’elle n’a plus d’espace dans son cœur pour l’amour. Lit sur Amazon. ©Papatia … Continue reading

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What Do Women Want From You?

Assalamu aleikum, Here is  a little grain of salt… Read here… Wassalam, Papatya*

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African Novelists You Should know

1. Amina N. Her debut story is titled Destiny and addresses domestic violence and love in our ummah. Amina N. is a Muslim woman who lives in Roswell Georgia. Although she resided most of her life away from her birth … Continue reading

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Why Arguments Don’t Necessarily Mean Doom For Your Relationship

Bismillah, They say that a relationship with no arguments is one with a LOT of secrets. It’s true to some extent. Arguments aren’t always a sign of doom for our marriages because sometimes they act like the therapy needed to … Continue reading

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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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BLOOM ‘Giveaways’

**This giveaway is now closed**   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. If … Continue reading

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Why I No Longer Care About Dating As A Hijabi

Assalamu aleikum! We have a new addition at Hayati; Maryam Kabir. Please read her post on attention and dating insha’Allah. Why I no longer care about dating as a hijabi Jazak’Allah khair for reading, Papatia Feauxzar

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The Ducktrinors Book giveaway start in 4 days!

Don’t miss it! https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/166945?utm_medium=api&utm_source=giveaway_widget Jzk! P.Feauxzar

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Fiction Soup (and Memoir!) Workshop

Reblogged on WordPress.com Source: Fiction Soup (and Memoir!) Workshop

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Mean Hijabis Meme

hehe… 😛

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My Little Princess or Little Man in sha Allah

Originally posted on Between Sisters, SVP!:
Isn’t this little girl precious masha’Allah? 🙂 Today, let’s blog about kids! I do not have a child yet but I am preparing myself to it. With the help of the book titled The…

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Pants for a Muslimah?

Bismilah, Here is a touchy subject around the globe ;). Can a Muslim woman wear pants? Hmmm…..So pants? or only dresses and skirts?       Well it depends on many things. Personally, I don’t wear pants outside the comfort … Continue reading

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Protected: Respect The Letters (Part 4)

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“The Noor effect” Do you “got” it? :)

Papatia Feauxzar Author of “Between Sisters, SVP!” and upcoming novel “The Hazardous Life of Nilüfer”

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Me (a mother to be insha Allah), my mother, and my mixed feelings on Mother’s Day

  Anas (radi allahu anhu) reported that Rasulullah (sallallahu aleihu wassalam) said, “Verily, Heaven lies under the feet of our mother.” Assalamu aleikum dear bloggers, For Muslims and non-Muslims that celebrate Mother’s day, I hope I don’t bust your bubble … Continue reading

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Protected: ZENGI (zen-dji) GIRLS

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Protected: ***Respect The Letters***

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How to Start Reading Al Qu’ran Kerim Without Embarassement

Assalamu Aleikum Dear Bloggers, How many of us were taught many surahs when we were children and the arabic alphabet along without really teaching us the way to actually read them in the Qu’ran? I can say that I am one. Learning the arabic … Continue reading

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Protected: “Fixed Up!” Part 1 ***Romance stories for the sisters***

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