Review: Reflections from Life: A Muslim’s Guide to Inspiration

Reflections from Life: A Muslim’s Guide to Inspiration is a self-help book written by Aisha Idris. It’s her debut self-help book and you can find it on Amazon here. I was sent a soft-copy to review a little while back, which some of you may know as I’ve mentioned it previously. The author recommends not … Continue reading Review: Reflections from Life: A Muslim’s Guide to Inspiration

Review: The Very Curious Tiger

  I was meant to do this review way back in November and somehow forgot all about it. Um... whoops? The Very Curious Tiger was written by Amina Kara and published by Prolance. You can get your own copy right here. First off, I have to say that the title is adorable and puts me … Continue reading Review: The Very Curious Tiger

Review: His Other Wife

A little bit of back story – I first heard about Umm Zakiyyah when I saw the buzz about her South African tour. Before that, I had never come across her work – something that isn't particularly surprising since I've only been reading the work of Muslim authors for about half a year. I got … Continue reading Review: His Other Wife

Adult Colouring Books

Colouring, Colour Therapy, Adult Colouring

Adult colouring books are rapidly becoming a thing. I was first exposed to them last year as a way of combating depression and, since at the time I was willing to try anything to get rid of my depression, I gave them a whirl. It didn’t work very well. This is probably because my artistic … Continue reading Adult Colouring Books

Review: Rohingya, The Sold Dream

Rohingya, The Sold Dream is a novella that moved me to tears. Twice. It was written by Mumtaz Moosa Saley and is available via Amazon and directly from the lovely lady herself. This book is another one of those hard reads that I like to talk about. The ones that are necessary and important - like … Continue reading Review: Rohingya, The Sold Dream