Fiction: Resisting Taqdeer Chapter Sixty Two

So, I have just figured out that possibly no one read Chapter Sixty because WordPress ate it. If so, SORRY! And please go read 60, 61 and then this one. Chapter Sixty Two It is counter productive to storm into your mother’s bedroom and drag her out by her hair, I reminded myself for what … Continue reading Fiction: Resisting Taqdeer Chapter Sixty Two

Fiction: Resisting Taqdeer Chapter Forty Seven

Chapter Forty Seven Widow. Iddah. Shariah. My head was beginning to hurt. I knew the Islamic rulings, of course. A widow was required to live in her husband’s home for the whole of her iddah or mourning period. Usually four months and ten days, for me it would last until the birth of my child. … Continue reading Fiction: Resisting Taqdeer Chapter Forty Seven