the bookish Muslim™ experience: six bloggers on what it’s like to be muslim in the book community

after almost 30 days of fasting, praying and looking back at our actions, ramadan has finally come to an end. was it like other ramadans? no, at least not for me. i spent it alone instead of with my family since i could not join them. it’s sad, yes, but what can i do? nothing, …

how reading shaped me into the person i am today (a love letter to books)

it’s no surprise that reading has been a defining feature of my life. books joigned me through ups and downs, helped me form friendships and made me escape the real (ugly) world. and fortunately, they still do. not only has reading been a big source of joy, it has also helped me through hardships in …

a reflexion on the goodreads reading challenge (how far can it go?)

it’s that time of the year where most readers set a reading goal for the following twelve months. some want to read one book, others want to read 300. either way, the goodreads reading goal pushes you to read more... or at least that’s its initial purpose. because while it does push you to read …