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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Discussions, islamic fiction

The Truth About Today’s So-Called “Islamic-Fiction”

Hey everyone! Today’s post is extremely long-awaited (for me, anyways). I’ve always talked about Islamic-fiction on my blog and how much it means to me, but I have also talked about how much the so-called “Islamic-fiction” books these days have left me so disappointed. So in this post, I’m going to be going into detail as to why that is so.

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Interview with the Author of “Musa and the Blade”, Q. ‘Abdullah Muhammad – Part 1 on Writing

This is part 1 of an interview that I had with Q. ‘Abdullah Muhammad, who is the author of Musa and the Blade, which you can purchase here. I also reviewed his book, which you can see here. He also has a blog where he talks about books, writing and Islamic/Muslim fiction.

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Book Reviews, islamic fiction, no romance

Musa and the Blade

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Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️ (I liked it!)

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*Thank you to the author for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review* – I also realise there were some misconceptions in my review, so be sure to check the comments section as the author clears that up.

When an email popped up in my inbox asking if I’d be interested in reviewing a self-published Islamic-fiction book, as soon as I saw the words “Islamic-fiction” – trust me, I’d already made up my mind before I’d even read what the book was about. Which, in other cases may turn out to be a disaster, but in the case, it certainly was not so.

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Discussions, islamic fiction

Why More Islamic-Fic Is So Important (to me!)

Ever since I was a seven-year-old girl with my growing interest and love for reading, I have been looking for Islamic-fiction. At that age, unfortunately, there weren’t many Islamic-fiction books out there, like Seven is Special. I just couldn’t find anything, my mum couldn’t find anything, and neither could any of my other friends.

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