Hello Readers! October was a month where I re-watched a few Bollywood movies in excitement of visiting India, mainly watched a lot that included documentaries, movies and k-dramas all leaning towards the thriller and creepy genre, ending it with a bitter sweet finale of my favorite rom-com. Also of course,
The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo has such a stronghold on the LGBT narrative during the ’80s. Some of the anecdotal conversations were absolutely gold. I was left inspired by this fictitious and flawed character who needed the bare minimum of just being loved. Although I had a perception this
Hana Khan Carries On has a lot of YA elements , but is actually more of a new adult romance novel.It’s cute and mushy while also putting light on some serious issues like islamophobia and the need for particularly Muslim South Asian Representation that tells their stories in a way that isn’t only limited to wearing a hijab and terrorism.
It’s August, the month where we explore and celebrate Women in Translation. I recently finished reading the English translation Lullaby, of the french book originally titled as Chanson douce by Leila Slimani. This award winning thriller gave me goosebumps and left me in a mood to read more translated works
I have been in a reading slump since ages, but I read some amazing books during these months. Here is a wrap up of all the books I read recently. Book Reviews On The Blog: Persianality : https://nicafictionalfandoms.com/2020… I’m Afraid Of Men: https://nicafictionalfandoms.com/2020… Long Way Down :https://nicafictionalfandoms.com/2020… To Nightowl, From
Hello Guys, I have been watching BookTube Videos since forever.. While brainstorming for a video to come up for the Muslim Read-a-thon I am participating this month I realized even though there are a bunch of videos recommending books by Muslim Authors, most of them cover only the YA Fiction