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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Book Lists

50 Books to Smash your Summer (…in a good way)

Summer is upon us! Long days filled with sunshine, stretching out on a deck chair in the garden or lying on a beach… relaxing on the sofa or going on a road trip with your friends – either way, we all know that the way to great summers is reading great books… and so I’ve prepared a list of FIFTY books (a mixture of classics, fantasy, science and historical-fiction… there’s bound to be one for you) that I LOVE and will make your summer x100 awesome!

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Book Lists, TBRs

Books I HAVE To Read This Summer (NO EXCUSES)

I think I just went through the whole of Billie Eilish’s “WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?” album just scrolling through my Goodreads TBR… which is kind of crazy. I’ve managed to narrow the books I absolutely have to read this summer to 7 books and I’M SO FREAKING EXCITED!!!

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Discussions

The Problem with Reading…

Hiii! Welcome back to my blog. Today’s post is going to be *cough* just a tiny *cough* bit controversial. Never mind my entire blog is focused on reading, never mind my entire audience is made up of bookworms. There is a PROBLEM with reading, folks. Yes, I just said that.

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Book Reviews, Classics

Jane Eyre

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Rating: 5/5 stars

It is funny, but I only realised after having finished reading it, that this is the first Bronte book I have finished. I had started, strangely enough, Villette (now, after more research, I have realised this probably wasn’t the best first choice) a year back, which was the first bronte book for me to start, and I stopped after a while, very much bored. Then, a few months later, I got halfway through Wuthering Heights, after labouring through it for a whole month, and then gave up. Then almost a year later, I have picked up Jane Eyre and devoured the majority of it within two days.

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Wrap-Ups

January Wrap-Up

Hey everyone, welcome back to my blog. First of all, let’s freak out about how ridiculous it is that it’s February already. Like EXCUSE ME. Second of all, let’s freak out about how I ended up reading 6 books this month, which is ridiculous for me. Soo let’s get into talking about them!

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10 Bookish Confessions

Hey everyone! Sooo I decided to do this post because a) it’s fun and b) I really don’t want to do another top books that [blank] in 2018 post today because they can be somewhat stressful and c) I’ve done maths all morning so I’ve had enough of stress today, lol!

Enjoy, and tell me some of your bookish confessions!

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