Shaherazad Shelves, your to go place when in need of a very good book. Shaherazad Shelves welcomes you to a captivating month-long celebration of the written word. The Shaherazad Shelves overflow with stories from across the academic spectrum, promising a world of imagination, knowledge, and entertainment. Join us as we dive headfirst into the pages of countless books, each a portal to new adventures, diverse cultures, and thought-provoking insights. Shaherazad Shelves’ Book Month is your go-to place for exploring literature, and we invite you to unravel the magic of words.
Today’s article will list books and a few words about their authors.
Shaherazad Shelves Authors
Shaherazad Shelves proudly presents a diverse collection of impeccably crafted books authored by talented writers.
Imam Zaynab Bajwa
Meet Imam Zaynab Bajwa, a medical student passionate about photography and poetry. Originally from the United States, she relocated to the Middle East at a tender age, fostering an invaluable appreciation for diverse cultures and a unique outlook on life. Currently pursuing her medical education in Pakistan, she continues to explore the rich tapestry of cultures and traditions that unite humanity.
Her upcoming coffee table book, “MUSAFIR,” encapsulates this eclectic journey.
Arva Bhavnagarwala, a pediatrician in the Dawoodi Bohra community by day, transforms into a writer by night and a dedicated mother of two sons around the clock. Residing in Mumbai, India, her short stories have graced the pages of eShe, Women’s Web, and Woman’s Era. She indulges in her passion for reading and traveling when not tending to patients or her little ones.
Her debut novel, “A LITTLE BIT OF LOVE,” is a captivating adult romance.
Atiyah Brinkley, a devoted stay-at-home mom and wife, channels her passion into crafting compelling stories. Hailing from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, home to one of the largest Black Muslim communities in the United States, Atiyah firmly believes in the power of prayer, irrespective of life’s challenges. Writing was a lifeline during a difficult period, ultimately fulfilling her dream of becoming an author.
Her inaugural novel, “FLOWER CHILD,” is on the horizon.
A. Dawood, born and raised in Montreal, Canada, to an Indian family, now calls Chicago home. She embarked on a transformative five-year journey studying Islamic Theology at Mu’einul Islam Seminary in Johannesburg, South Africa. In her spare time, when she’s not writing or teaching, you’ll find the Dawood family embarking on hikes, searching for woodland elves, and soaking in breathtaking vistas while navigating the trials and tribulations of parenting.
Patchree Jones, a Thai-American, resides in Southern California alongside her husband, two children, and a leisurely dog. Growing up, she shared moments watching Thai dramas with her mom and nurtured dreams of becoming a playwright during her teenage years. While life led her on a different path, her unwavering love for storytelling persisted. With unwavering determination, Patchree aspires to be a trailblazer for children to pursue their dreams fearlessly.
Her forthcoming middle-grade novel, “SKYLIGHT,” is scheduled for release in the summer of 2024.
Kataru Yahya, a prolific Ghanaian writer, poet, and medical sonographer, has made her mark in the literary world. Her poetry has graced the pages of the literary magazine Ta Adesa and Writer’s Space Africa — Ghana. Beyond her writing, she revels in the joys of reading and revisiting her cherished shows.
Her debut work of fiction, “HOME IS A SILHOUETTE,” is a novel you can now order.
Discover your next literary adventure at Shaherazad Shelves Book Month.
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