It’s a weird thing to think about – but because I’ve been so completely absorbed in my studying and academics over the past few years (with the time I haven’t been studying spent with family, friends and living new experiences etc.) – that it has meant that my reading has mainly been left for the holidays and summer months, and so consequently, long periods have passed by where I haven’t been reading any books for pleasure. This has often resulted in me coming back to reading only to find that the books I had previously been reading/eyeing – I’m no longer interested in.Continue reading “Changing My Reading to Fit Who I am Now…”
Tag: islamic fiction
Ayesha at Last by Uzma Jalaluddin
Title: Ayesha at Last
Author: Uzma Jalaluddin
Guys, I have to say I am really disappointed that this book turned out this way. I was so excited to see a new Islamic-fiction book out there that was receiving so much buzz and on top of that a Pride and Prejudice retelling??? I was so ready to fall in love with this book, like so many of the other reviewers out there, but alas it did not turn out that way.Continue reading “Ayesha at Last by Uzma Jalaluddin”
Islamic-Fiction Books on my TBR!
YESSS I’m back to talk about more Islamic-fiction! You might be wondering, “all she seems to be doing is talking about reading but not actually doing any reading and talking about writing but not actually doing any writing” and I know it must seem this way but I am reading and writing… it’s just not enough to talk about, you know what I’m saying? I am currently reading a book and currently writing it’s just progress has been slow, but I’m ploughing my way through it! 😀 I just need some more time to get into it all. I have been spending way more time on Goodreads again (I’ve missed it) and have a few Islamic-fiction books I’m dying to get my hands on which I thought I’d talk about!Continue reading “Islamic-Fiction Books on my TBR!”