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Khadijah's Got Her Groove by F. A. Ibrahim

Title: Khadijah's Got Her Groove

Author: F. A. Ibrahim

Publisher: University Publications, Release Date: 11/15/2014

Book Description:
Khadijah Aziz, who only shoots for the stars, has running the perfect Muslim household under control. That was until a mysterious phone number from a woman named Saffron surfaces from her husband Raheem's pocket. Confused and distraught, Khadijah pushes the questionable number to the side and tries to maintain her grip on life as a slew of challenges arise in the relationships she holds most dear. With the threat of slipping, Khadijah struggles desperately to maintain her fascade, but inevitable change is already in motion. Putting family first isn't always easy. Will Khadijah lose everything she's worked for when escalating dilemmas leaves her life boiling like a volcano of issues of the heart, or will she push on to forge a new path for herself: choosing mastery over weakness, peace over strife, and love over fear?


About the Author:
Fatimah Ashaela Moore Ibrahim is a Freelance Author and Artist who loves blending creativity and purpose. "Yaya and the Mystery Squad" was her first book--a Science Mystery series for girls. Other titles include "I Love My Hijab" inspired by the true story of her daughter's first time wearing the Muslim headscarf to public school and "The Beauty Of My Hijab"(Amazon.com) which shows the beauty of covering by drawing comparisons between things all around us that are covered and treasured, especially in nature. She has also written an Interfaith Science Fiction Novel entitled "The Azurean Trilogy"(Amazon.com), as well as most recently, "Khadijah's Got Her Groove"(Amazon.com: her first work under the Inspirational Muslim Fiction alias, F.A. Ibrahim. Fatimah loves laughing, reading, and working on any kind of art project.


Pre-order your copy of Khadijah's Got Her Groove at University Publications.

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