12 WOC Reads in August 2018

  1. Meet Yasmin! by Saadia Faruqi, Hatem Aly August 1st 2018 by Picture Window Books "Meet Yasmin! Yasmin Ahmad is a spirited second-grader who's always on the lookout for those "aha" moments to help her solve life's little problems. Taking inspiration from her surroundings and her big imagination, she boldly faces any situation, assuming her imagination... Continue Reading →

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10 WOC Reads in July 2018

  1.It All Falls Down (Nora Watts #2) by Sheena Kamal July 3rd 2018 by HarperLuxe "Growing up, Nora Watts only knew one parent—her father. When he killed himself, she denied her grief and carried on with her life. Then a chance encounter with a veteran who knew him raises disturbing questions Nora can’t ignore—and dark... Continue Reading →

10 WOC Reads in June 2018

  1.A Thousand Beginnings and Endings by Ellen Oh and Elsie Chapman, eds. June 26th 2018 by Greenwillow Books "Star-crossed lovers, meddling immortals, feigned identities, battles of wits, and dire warnings. These are the stuff of fairy tale, myth, and folklore that have drawn us in for centuries. Fifteen bestselling and acclaimed authors reimagine the folklore... Continue Reading →

10 WOC Releases in April 2018

Happy holidays to all celebrating! Hope you had a lovely weekend! 🙂 I've got some reading plans this month but I'm so bad at sticking to them, so have a new books post, much more satisfying all around, I hope! While March was an outstanding month in terms of new releases, April has some gems... Continue Reading →

5 On My TBR

Welcome, welcome to another listicle! My tbr is almost toppling over, but without access to a well-stocked library and a tight budget, a lot of my reading these days is done via kindle and on Scribd. Which is back to being unlimited, hurrah! Here are five works I hope to get to very soon: 1.A... Continue Reading →

#RamadanReadathon TBR

It's June already somehow and as well as it being Pride Month, Nad and Zoya are hosting a readathon celebrating Muslim authors to coincide with Ramadan: #RamadanReadathon! There are so many amazing works by Muslim writers, but sadly I'm not the fastest reader and I'm also trying to read some LGBTQIA+ books for Pride Month,... Continue Reading →

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