Bookstore

Welcome to this site’s “Bookstore,” a unique place to find creative works by Muslim authors, including the latest in children’s books and Islamic fiction for teens and young adults.

Instead of choosing the listings myself, I’m leaving it up to the authors to submit their own books. Enjoy browsing the selections as each author reveals his or her motivations for writing a particular title.

Our current listings include the following categories:

Business & Entrepreneurship

Children’s Books

Inspiration, Poetry & Self-Development

Novels (Including Islamic Fiction)

Writing

ALL BOOKS

Also check out these free works of Islamic fiction.

Want to see your book listed here? As an author, you are invited to list your books for free and may also share excerpts from the texts. The Muslim Writers Club receives thousands of visits to the site each month – and our “featured book” posts are usually quite popular. It’s as easy as filling out the form on this page.

2 Comments

  1. Please also include Sophia’s Journal by Najiyah Maxfield. It’s a YA historical fiction novel about a Muslim teen who falls in a river and wakes up right before the Civil War in Bleeding Kansas. There is also a new children’s picture book out by Hiba Masood and illustrated by Hoda Hadadi called Drummer Girl. It was just recognized with a Seal of Approval by Literary Classic Awards. They are both published by Daybreak Press. You can find them here:

    http://daybreak.rabata.org/search?type=product&q=sophia%27s+journal

    http://daybreak.rabata.org/search?type=product&q=drummer+girl

    Jazak Allah khair.

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