Love in a Headscarf
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|Format: ||Paperback, 288 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 March 2012|
At the age of thirteen, I knew I was destined to marry John Travolta. One day he would arrive on my North London doorstep, fall madly in love with me and ask me to marry him. Then he would convert to Islam and become a devoted Muslim.' Shelina is keeping a very surprising secret under her headscarf she wants to fall in love. Torn between the Buxom Aunties, romantic comedies and mosque Imams, she decides to follow the arranged-marriage route to finding Mr Right, Muslim-style. Shelina's captivating journey begins as a search for the One, but along the way she also discovers her faith and herself. A memoir with a hilarious twist from one of Britain's leading female Muslim writers, Love in a Headscarf is an entertaining, fresh and unmissable insight into what it means to be a young British Muslim woman. Shelina Janmohamed is a columnist for the Muslim News and EMEL magazine and regularly contributes to the Guardian., the BBC and Channel 4. She is much in demand as a commentator on radio and television and has appeared on programmes including Newsnight and The Heaven and Earth Show. Her award-winning blog, Spirit 21, is hugely popular. Love in a Headscarf is her first book.
About the Author
SHELINA ZAHRA JANMOHAMED writes columns for EMEL magazine and the Muslim News and regularly contributes to the Guardian, the BBC and Channel 4. She is much in demand as a commentator on radio and television and has appeared on programmes including Newsnight and The Heaven and Earth Show. Her award-winning blog, Spirit21, is hugely popular. She is a graduate from New College, Oxford. She lives in London. Love in a Headscarf is her first book.
'[Shelina's] hilarious first book...charts her ten-year journey to find "The One", Muslim style, with more than 50 dates and plenty of heartache, laughter and learning experience along the way.' Daily Mail 'Janmohamed shows her desire to nudge her culture in a more enlightened direction, while at the same time offering an insight into the life of a British Muslim woman.' (****) -- Sameer Rahim The Daily Telegraph 'Irreverent and feminine... hovers somewhere between chick-lit and memoir' -- Laura Barton Guardian 'A deliciously funny journey... witty and eloquent.' -- Remona Aly EMEL 'An entertaining insight into what it means to be a young British woman' -- Nicola Tibballs Asian Express
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