Fiction: Masquerade Chapter Eighteen

Chapter Eighteen His little sister safely dropped off at her first class, Adnaan had no other justifiable reason to stick around campus other than the fact that he just didn’t want to leave. How ironic, that now he didn’t have to be here, he couldn’t stop coming up with excuses to stay. Going home was … Continue reading Fiction: Masquerade Chapter Eighteen

Fiction: Masquerade Chapter Sixteen

Chapter Sixteen Quitting a degree with less than half a year to go sounded like a colossal waste of time and money to Saami’ah, but she supposed she wasn’t any better. She’d spent months buying overpriced coffee and various desserts in order to not get kicked out of the cafés she’d been hiding away in, … Continue reading Fiction: Masquerade Chapter Sixteen

Fiction: Masquerade Chapter Fifteen

Chapter Fifteen The pushy barista from her coffee shop? Saami’ah blinked rapidly, trying to reconcile this information. The barista was a student at her university. Possibly even from her faculty, if Saami’ah was reading the title on her textbook correctly. “Sorry!” the girl chirped. “Wasn’t looking where I was going, as usual.” “It’s fine. My … Continue reading Fiction: Masquerade Chapter Fifteen

Fiction: The La Di Da Lady Part 4

Part 4 If people could just stop themselves from butting into my life, that would be great. I mean, really, what business is it of the next person’s if I’m not interested in taking their advice? They gave it, that’s it. Move on. And why is it so important to know everything about a situation? … Continue reading Fiction: The La Di Da Lady Part 4

Fiction: Resisting Taqdeer Chapter Seventy Three

Chapter Seventy Three I had decisions to make. For the first time since before my daughter had been born, I no longer had to look over my shoulder or remain trapped where the security was tightest. I could go wherever I wanted. The question was – would I? I’d dreamed about the moment when I … Continue reading Fiction: Resisting Taqdeer Chapter Seventy Three