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

Review: In the Land of Strangers

In the Land of Strangers is a collection of short stories by Sri Lankan author Zeneefa Zaneer launching on the 14th. There are ten stories in this collection, all of them touching on a different aspect of family and familial issues. Zaneer is a very emotional author, using her stories to appeal to the reader’s … Continue reading Review: In the Land of Strangers

Review: Gathering Petals

Gathering Petals is billed as ‘The Spiritual Journal for the Creative Muslim Woman’. Put together by Nabila Ikram, this journal consists of 145 actual journal pages, a foreword and introduction and one simple rule – that there are none. This journal is directed at women who are creative and enjoy being able to write or … Continue reading Review: Gathering Petals

Interview with Paptia Feauxzar

I was lucky enough to get a chance to ask publisher and author Papatia Feauxzar all the questions my curious little mind could come up with and I took full advantage of the opportunity. This interview is a long one - I limited myself a little as I had to but the word count is … Continue reading Interview with Paptia Feauxzar

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