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Saffron Dreams
By Shaila Abdullah
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 73,670. Language: English. Published: May 25, 2011. Category: Fiction
From the darkest hour of American history emerges a mesmerizing tale of tender love, a life interrupted, and faith recovered. Arissa Illahi, a Muslim artist and writer, discovers in a single moment that no matter how carefully you map your life, it is life itself that chooses your destiny.
Moon Prayer
By Elizabeth Barone
Price: Free! Words: 1,120. Language: English. Published: October 11, 2011. Category: Fiction
During a horrible tragedy, Yalda reflects on her and her twin sister Aarya's childhood. "Moon Prayer" won first prize in the 2007-2008 issue of FRESH INK, the literary journal of Naugatuck Valley Community College.
Seâdet-i Ebediyye Endless Bliss First Fascicle
By Hüseyn Hilmi Işık
Series: Seâdet-i Ebediyye Endless Bliss, Book 1. Price: Free! Words: 119,900. Language: English. Published: December 2, 2011 by Hakîkat Kitâbevi. Category: Nonfiction
Subjects relating to belief of ahl as-Sunnat are quoted from famous Ahl as-Sunnat scholars' books.
Mr. Chef & Ms. Librarian
By Melissa Yin
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 81,480. Language: English. Published: July 30, 2012 by Olo Books. Category: Fiction
Tariq and Ivy aren't just from opposite sides of the tracks, they're from opposite worlds. He lives for food. She tolerates it. He's got his Muslim-Canadian family on speed dial; she doesn't speak to her mother in England. Her ex just dumped her. His business is on its last loan. And yet, when Ivy strolls into Tariq's cooking class, love is too delicious to resist.
Pardon My Prejudice - America's Excuse for Bigotry
By David Goldenberg
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 29,870. Language: English. Published: February 8, 2014. Category: Nonfiction
Americans don’t talk enough with each other about bigotry. Yet most of us can identify with that feeling of discomfort as someone blurts out a stupid racial or ethnic remark. “Pardon My Prejudice, America’s Excuse for Bigotry,” is a candid, revealing look at the undercurrent of hatred in our society. Anecdotes, observations, and hard facts make this sensitive subject matter approachable.