Category Archives: Writing

Interview with Umm Juwayriyah, creator of the first Muslim Fiction App

Originally posted on The Muslim Write:
Umm Juwayriyah, MA is the: – 2018 Highlights Foundation Fellow – #MuslimGirlsReader Founder and – New England Muslim Sisters Association Editor-in-Chief She is also the author of the As Sabr Publications Best Sellers: The…

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A Wan(on)derer’s Roots

In the name of The Finder I don’t know where my roots are in dunya Today I’m an American And a Turkish wife Yesterday, I was an Ivorian because of the melting pot of African countries found in this unique … Continue reading

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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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Library Fun and Different Foodies…

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Assalamu aleikum! My son and I love to go to the library. It’s in walking distance but we drive due to the heat these days…Lazies…We know. Today, he did the most peculiar thing or…

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#MuslimBookClub III

Bismillah ar-rahmani ar-rahimi Assalamu aleikum! Welcome to #MuslimBookClub third edition!!! We have several books on the roaster. Grab your drink and enjoy reading our thoughts on the books selected. Don’t go anywhere until you have read it all and perhaps … Continue reading

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5 Steps To Write & Design Your Cookbook Like A Professional

Assalamu aleikum! 1) In a word document, dump all your recipes. Just write them. There will be time to edit later. Just get them out on paper first. 2) Take good and simple pictures. If you have old pictures of … Continue reading

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The Ducktrinors I & II – A Review by The Tsundoku Chronicles

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
“I really enjoyed this book. It was so nice to see Muslim characters and I love that more books are coming out with Muslim rep. When I first heard of the book I was really…

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PRESS RELEASE : ‘EXPENDABLE’ BY SAHAR ABDULAZIZ

  EXPENDABLE: GROUNDBREAKING, UNPREDICTABLE, WELL-WRITTEN. DALLAS, TX — July 1st, 2018. DJARABI KITABS PUBLISHING officially released Expendable by American Author Sahar AbdulAziz. Although Expendable is her fifth novel being published, it has seniority over AdbulAziz’s timely and critically acclaimed political … Continue reading

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The New Muslim’s Field Guide — A Review

The New Muslim’s Field Guide by Theresa Corbin and Kaighla Um Dayo is a compelling self-help book of about 218 non-illustrated pages. For a start, it’s more than a new Muslim’s field guide. It navigates the intricacies of the many shades of Islam due … Continue reading

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EXPENDABLE by Sahar AbdulAziz

OUT JULY 1st, 2018 insha’Allah. Join us for the book launch at Fofky’s here. Enter the giveaway here. Papatya, the Barista http://www.fofkys.com Check out the blog -> https://www.fofkys.com/blog

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Poems by Stoori Khan – A Review

Assalamu aleikum, Be Like A Shining Star by Stoori I have been meaning to read the Quran for a few days now and yesterday I only managed to read a page in Arabic. Alhamdullilah ala kulli haal. But this morning … Continue reading

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Can YA Muslim Fiction Help ‘Normalize’ Islam for Teens?

Bismillah, Can YA Muslim Fiction help normalize Islam for teens? I think so.  Many young adults readers are already reading tons and tons of secular YA books. Getting them to read a cool and engaging Muslim fiction book with subtle … Continue reading

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Tight Rope, by Sahar Abdulaziz

Originally posted on Umm Afraz Muhammed:
“But Nour knew that goodwill and acceptance would never reveal themselves by taking off their hijab because for her or any other person of color, the skin she lived in wasn’t removable and therefore,…

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Interview with Papatia Feauxzar

Originally posted on Umm Afraz Muhammed:
1. Tell us your journey from an accountant to an authorpreneur. It has been intriguing! Rumi said, “What you seek is seeking you.” It was true in my case because Allah put a coworker…

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Book Review : The Ducktrinors (by Papatia Feauxzar)

Originally posted on Be Flawless Muslims 🙂:
Book: The Ducktrinors ( book 1 and book 2 of the Jihad series) Author: Papatia Feauxzar About the Author: Papatia Feauxzar is an American author of West African descent living in Dallas, Texas with…

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POVs and Voice : What You Need To Know

A story strikes your mind and you wonder about how to start penning it. You start looking up great authors and novelists to try to mimic their style. Perhaps you do a decent job at it but along the way, … Continue reading

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How Do You Become A Bestseller Author?

Assalamu aleikum! This question is always on writers and authors’ minds. Today I want to tackle the subject and be blunt about it. So how can a writer achieve such a goal? You can offer your book for free to … Continue reading

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‘Nanni’s Hijab’ by Khadijah Abdul-Haqq

#ComingSoon Insha’Allah

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Muslimah Bloggers Summit – Free Registration

Originally posted on Aisha Writes – Inspirational Blog:
Muslimah Bloggers is having their first Online Muslimah Bloggers Summit in 2018 and if you are a blogger who wants to learn more from experienced bloggers then you ought to register for…

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Top Writing Tips by Muslim Authors #07

Originally posted on Islamopedia:
Our guest author for this week’s tips is the talented Papatia Feauxzar. She is the author of many books and articles online along with being one of the founders of Djarabi Kitabs Publications. Papatia’s Tips for…

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