Aisha Saeed

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With summer vacation fully underway hanging out with my three boys and squeezing in writing time has been keeping me quite busy but I’m happy to have some time now to share some amazing updates for AMAL UNBOUND. Thank you so much for supporting this book, for buying it and recommending it to your local libraries and reviewing it. It means so much to me. Without further ado:

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Written in the Stars

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Amal Unbound

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“My mother always says when you fight destiny, destiny fights back. Some things, they're just written in the stars. You can try but you can never escape what's meant to be.”
Aisha Saeed, Written in the Stars

“Life is full of sadness. It's part of being a woman. Our lives are lived for the sake of others. Our happiness is never factored in. Do I want this life? Living here and seeing my husband a few times a year, raising my daughter alone? I don't know what it was like in America, but this is how life is. This is reality. But this advice is coming too late. It's meaningless now.”
Aisha Saeed, Written in the Stars

“Some things, once lost, are irretrievably gone.”
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What book should we read in July?

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The Truth as Told by Mason Buttle by Leslie Connor (write-in)
 
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Until Tomorrow, Mr. Marsworth (write-in)
 
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Front Desk by Kelly Young (write-in)
 
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Amal Unbound (write-in)
 
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Bob by Wendy Mass & Rebecca Stead (write-in)
 
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The Truth as Told by Mason Buttle (write-in)
 
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Rebound by Kwame Alexander (write-in)
 
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Ghost Boys (write-in)
 
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