Book Lists, islamic fiction, Sci-Fi

Favourite Online Islamic-Fiction! | Amazing Islamic-Fiction that you can read for FREE

I always talk about Islamic-fiction… or try to, anyway, since it’s something verrryyyy important to me – and despite this, I fully understand that the majority of my readers may be completely inexperienced with the type of Islamic-fiction that I love and want more of, instead of the more mainstream books termed as being “Islamic-fiction” when actually there couldn’t be a bigger contradiction. However, I also realise that not everyone can afford to broaden their horizons when it comes to purchasing books, so I thought offering online options would give people more of an opportunity to explore – and I just generally have some amazing Islamic-fiction recommendations that just so happen to be online (since I’d be fully prepared to pay for this stuff too tbh)!!!

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Book Reviews

Updating My 'About' Page

Asalamualaikum or hello, it’s been a very long time since I posted on this blog and I am very sorry. School hit me like a train of bricks (is that the expression???) and now that it’s the winter holidays I finally have time to regain myself and sort this blog out. I know if you wanted to see my ‘About’ page you could just click onto it and I didn’t need to make a whole post about it, but I wanted to put a spotlight on it because I think it will give my readers more of an idea of what’s happening next.

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Attitude Towards Books + Reading in the Book Blogging Community | Right or Wrong?

Hello everyone, I know it’s been a long time since I properly posted, and my only answer to you is that A Levels have hit me like a bag of bricks and I am reeling. The fact that I am currently writing does not mean that I should be because I have 3 different tests to revise for but let’s not get into that. This subject is something that has been playing on my mind for quite some time, and is also part of the reason as to why I have been so absent.

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Book Reviews

Let’s Talk Bookish – Sexual Content in YA

Hey guys! I know I haven’t posted in FOREVER, school has been just a pain and I genuinely have struggled to find a spare minute so I hope you guys understand! I’m really disappointed I missed participating in this topic since it’s something that’s really important to me – but I hope you guys read this and find it interesting and do let me know your thoughts on this in the comments!!!

Eternity Books

Good morning my lovely readers! I hope you are having a fantastic day. Welcome to Let’s Talk Bookish. Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly meme, created and hosted by me, where we discuss chosen topics, share our opinions, and spread the love by visiting each other’s posts.

Today’s topic is: Sexual Content in YA – Is there too much sexual content in YA books?

This topic was suggested by the lovely Ruqs @ Many Things Bookish, so thank you so much! If you’d like to suggest a topic as well, head over to my contact page, or use this form to share your suggestion!

I think that yes, there is too much sexual content in YA books.

First, I think we need to define what YA is. YA books, an acronym for Young Adult books, are books aimed at teenagers between the ages of around 12 to 18…

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Discussions, memes

Is It Bad If You Don’t Finish A Book? | Let’s Talk Bookish #5

Hey everyone and welcome back to another Let’s Talk Bookish, a weekly bookish-discussion-meme hosted by the wonderful J.R.@Eternity Books every Friday. Today’s is an interesting, so let’s get right into it.

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Classics, first-impressions

First-Impressions: Dracula

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Ever since I read Anne of Green Gables (which was when I was 11) I have been all over classics. I went through an entire phase where I only read classics (namely ones that are child-friendly such as The Secret Garden or Little Women or Treasure Island) whether they were the famous ones or the lesser-known ones (by Louisa May Alcott, Susan Coolidge) – I’m not saying I’ve read all the classics ever but I’ve read a great deal.

Then, after that, I got into YA and read loads and loads of YA for two years. Now, I’m coming out of YA, and onto classics (although I am reading Dracula for school).

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Blog Updates, Discussions

Life Update + The Direction of This Blog

Hi everyone! If you’ve been following this blog lately you may have been aware of the changes that I have been making to my reading and my reading goals (see “Why I Don’t Want to Read YA Anymore” and “The Sad Truth About Reading Fiction“). School has also started, so I wanted to talk about what this blog is going to be looking like with school and my new reading resolutions.

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