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Thursday, April 2, 2009

Author Umm Zakiyyah Speaks to Muslimah Source

If you like Islamic Fiction, you'll probably enjoy this detailed interview with Umm Zakiyyah, the author of several novels having Islamic themes.

As an aside, Muslimah Source (the site where the interview is published) is seeking Muslim women to contribute articles "of relevance to Muslim women and the Ummah" (click here for guidelines and information).

Although I believe this is a non-paying opportunity, this seems like a nice site to write for if you are looking to reach out to the Muslim community in a meaningful way.

Thanks to the anonymous poster who directed me to the site.

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