#RamadanReadathon 2019 | The Wrap-Up

Ramadan Readathon 2019

Salaam everyone! #RamadanReadathon 2019 is officially over, though it’s taken me a while to actually get around to writing this wrap-up post. I hope everyone had a productive month and a blessed Eid, regardless of whether or not you celebrate! And I just wanted to thank everyone who participated in the readathon for your wonderful enthusiasm.

If you weren’t able to participate or you missed any of the posts, you can catch-up with this master list or by following @MuslimReadathon on Twitter and Instagram, as well as the hashtag #RamadanReadathon.

Ramadan Readathon Bingo

THE POSTS

#RamadanReadathon 2019 | The Announcement & Sign-Up

#RamadanReadathon 2019 | My TBR

#RamadanReadathon 2019 | Recommendations #1 – Pillar Of Faith/Shahadah

#RamadanReadathon 2019 | Non-Fiction Recommendations by Neelam @ The Tsundoku Chronicles

#RamadanReadathon 2019 | Historical Fiction Recommendations by Rameela @ Star Is All Booked Up

#RamadanReadathon 2019 | Recommendations #2 – Pillar Of Prayer/Salah

#RamadanReadathon 2019 | Recommendations #3 – Pillar Of Charity/Zakat

#RamadanReadathon 2019 | Kidlit Recommendations by Amna @ YA Book Corner

#RamadanReadathon 2019 | Recommendations #4 – Pillar Of Fasting/Sawm

#RamadanReadathon 2019 | Young Adult Recommendations by Zulfa @ Lovely Owls Books

#RamadanReadathon 2019 | Fantasy Recommendations by Maria @ A Logophile’s Love

#RamadanReadathon 2019 | Books Involving Food Recommendations by Ayah @ DystopianCitzn

#RamadanReadathon 2019 | Recommendations #5 – Pillar Of Pilgrimage/Hajj

#RamadanReadathon 2019 | Adult Fiction Recommendations by Fatha @ Fathaaa.H

#RamadanReadathon 2019 | Non-Western Setting Recommendations by Neelam @ The Tsundoku Chronicles

Ramadan Readathon Photo Challenge

THE INTERVIEWS

Author Spotlight | Interview With Shereen Malherbe on The Tower

Author Spotlight | Interview With Nafiza Azad on The Candle And The Flame

Author Spotlight | Interview With Farah Heron on The Chai Factor

Author Spotlight | Interview With Farah Naz Rishi on I Hope You Get This Message

Author Spotlight | Interview With London Shah on The Light At The Bottom Of The World

Author Spotlight | Interview With Nadine Jolie Courtney on All-American Muslim Girl

Author Spotlight | Interview With Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé on Ace Of Spades

Ramadan Readathon Twitter Chat

THE TWITTER CHAT

Yasmin Rahman, author of the upcoming All The Things We Never Said, joined us to discuss her debut novel, mental health and #MuslimShelfSpace! You can catch up on the conversation here.

Thank you again to all the authors who got involved with #RamadanReadathon, all the bloggers who shared their recommendations and all the readers who took part!

For the readathon, I finished reading The Light At The Bottom Of The World by London Shah, started reading The Sealed Nectar and then ditched my entire TBR to read All The Things We Never Said by Yasmin Rahman and We Hunt The Flame by Hafsah Faizal. 

Outside of the readathon, I really enjoyed the #MuslimVoicesRiseUp blog series hosted by Fadwa @ Word Wonders, Adiba Jaigirdar and Aimal @ Bookshelves and Paperbacks! If you want to read my contribution, I expressed my frustration with performative solidarity and discussed How To Be A Good Ally To Muslims alongside Ilsa @ A Whisper Of Ink!

And that’s a wrap on #RamadanReadathon 2019! Did you participate in the challenge? How much progress did you make on your TBR?

It’s never too early to start planning for next year so here’s a reminder that you can get in touch via email: muslimreadathon (at) gmail (dot) com if you want to collaborate or get involved!

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