Review: The Gatekeeper’s Notebook by Sahar Abdulaziz

*I received a copy of this book from the publisher in return for an honest review. Thank you Djarabi Kitabs Publishing 🙂 The Gatekeeper’s Notebook by Sahar Abdulaziz is a psychological thriller about a widowed mother who’s on the brink of financial ruin and is trying desperately to claw her way out and make a … Continue reading Review: The Gatekeeper’s Notebook by Sahar Abdulaziz

Review: What Am I? (What Race Are We)

I recently received a copy of What Am I? (What Race Are We) Book 2 from Djarabi Kitabs Publishing in exchange for an honest review. This is a children’s book focused around race and culture as told from the eyes of six year old Toa Idris as his “G-Ma” attempts to explain the many different … Continue reading Review: What Am I? (What Race Are We)

Author Interview & Review: Here with You by Umm Afraz Muhammed

Self-described as revolving around “the emotional tug-of-war between a daughter-in-law and her mother-in-law”, Here with You by Umm Afraz Muhammed is a halal-romance that examines the difficulty of navigating relationships by taking a nuanced look at one that’s often reduced to a stereotype. Here with You is author Umm Afraz Mumhammed’s first release in the … Continue reading Author Interview & Review: Here with You by Umm Afraz Muhammed

Review: 1441 AH

I was sent an electronic version of this planner in exchange for sharing my honest thoughts about it. I am mad over planners. Everyone and their grandmother knows that if you show me a year planner, or a journal, or even a tiny sad-looking notebook without even a proper hardcover, I am the one to … Continue reading Review: 1441 AH

Review: Be You

Be You is a self-help book written by Kulsoom Kazim, containing her insight into common problems faced by women around the world and testimonials from clients that she's helped through her coaching business. The book is structured into sections, at the end of which there are exercises for the reader to complete so as to examine … Continue reading Review: Be You