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What Jane Austen Taught Me About Life And Love

Jane Austen was an English novelist who was as funny as she was flippant – in other words, my kind of girl.

Her beloved characters stumble, grow, and ultimately prevail against a loveless, rigid society, and us readers can’t help but cheer them on every page of the way. 1,374 more words

The Darkangel

 This morning I woke up after a dream about walking down the aisles of my childhood library. The library we went to when I was a kid was in the former bowling alley and it was hard to reconcile the two when the change was first made. 958 more words

Women Writers

How to Know How to Grow Up

Typically, I don’t read a lot of non-fiction. But as you’ll remember from a post I wrote a few weeks ago, I have a weakness for advice-giving self-helpish types of books. 964 more words

Women Writers

NbA Muslim Author Sahar Abdulaziz featured in Book Reader Magazine

NbA Muslim woman writer Sahar Abdulaziz’s book The Broken Half is featured in Book Reads Magazine.  The online publication is dedicated to introducing readers to new and interesting authors. 13 more words

NbA Muslim Author Answers Fans' Questions

Author of AS ONE DOOR CLOSES and THE BROKEN HALF Sahar Abdulaziz allowed her readers to pick some questions to ask her.  Abdulaziz posted a list of numbered questions on her… 73 more words

Looking at NbA Muslim Women Writers: Khadijah's got her Groove

F.A. Ibrahim’s novel centers on Khadijah, a stay at home mom who is running a picture perfect household. She has a great husband, beautiful kids and things are always organized. 37 more words

NbA Muslim Author Sahar Abdulaziz's Answering Questions from Readers

NbA Muslim author Sahar Abdulaziz has a list of questions that readers can ask her.  Visit Abdulaziz’s Facebook page and choose a question from the list.   8 more words