Last time, I reviewed her book "Candle in the Wind" which I thought was heart-warming. This time around I am reviewing her first book "Submitting to Allah" which is a much shorter read. It is simple and easy to understand. As she has dedicated this book to her students, the advice found in the book is … Continue reading “Submitting to Allah” by Nurnazida Nazri | Book Review
One of these days I'd find myself hauling on books that I have been wanting in months but still can't get. I'd do anything to get them and when I did get my hands on them, the excitement would start to disappear with time. I'd resort to the old books because I'd feel guilty for … Continue reading My Relationship with Books
Earlier this month, I've had the honour to have a copy of Candle in the Wind by Nurnazida Nazri. This is actually the first self-published book that I've read and I was excited to venture into something more than the usuals. It is an inspiring book based on true stories of Nurnazida Nazri's experience as … Continue reading “Candle in the Wind” by Nurnazida Nazri | Book Review
After two weeks of spiritual reading during the earlier month of April, I was looking for something light to read like a middle-grade or young adult fiction. As I was scouring through my little sister's bookshelf, a series of books about Holocaust caught my attention. I grabbed them instantly and asked my sister about it. … Continue reading “Once” by Morris Gleitzman | Book Review
My mom told us that they used to read our uncle's own "Astro Boy" comic as children. He drew them and created their own stories. Coming from a long stretch of less fortunate family, having books was a luxury to my mom and her siblings.