Author: Kaya Gravitter

Fellow Reverts Converting for The Clout or Free Stuff

Article By: Ameerah Nahal Salaam everyone, Fellow Reverts, we need to have a talk… There is a particular problem that has been weighing on my heart heavily during the last few years since I became a Muslim. I don’t label myself seasoned in any way, but I am firm to the fact that knowledge is

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How To Write A Novel

I am grateful to all the people who have been supportive and followed my writing journey. My novel After She Said Yes was launched on June 2nd of 2019. What it took to get to this point is crazy. I wrote a 71,000-word women’s fiction novel in only a few months, but the time it

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A Preview of After She Said Yes, A Women’s Fiction Novel By Kaya Gravitter

I will write to you what I will have on the back of my book and also in the about “the author” section of my novel, After She Said Yes, which will be launching June 2nd, 2019.  It will be ready for pre-sale this week on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Books-A-Million, etc. I am thinking about

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Muslim Businesses You Should Definitely Be Buying From

I am writing this post because I try hard to support Muslim or minority-owned companies whenever I can, but the problem is that these companies are a lot harder to find. With a google search, you are only limited to certain brands. So, this post is for people like me, that want to purchase from

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Muslim, So-Called “Pious” Men Abusing Their Platform *Trigger Warning*

Written By: Kaya Gravitter In today’s time, I have seen that many people change when they become famous or when they come into money. I truly understand and always believed what my dad has told me, “Money changes people.” I have seen it among family members and friends. I have also seen it growing among

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Why is the Voice of Muslim Women Only Amplified on One day and Not Every Day?

Article By: Kaya Gravitter and Iman Ibrahim. As I reflect on Muslim Women’s Day that took place this year on March 27th, I cannot come to realize why they finally decide to post things by Muslim women just on that day. Why is our voice only amplified on one day and not every day? When

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The Names Of The 51 Muslims Killed in New Zealand

I am writing this because I want to share the name of every individual because no one should forget their names. The names of the injured or the names of the innocent Muslims who passed away. They all have stories as to who they are. No one should forget about the tragedy that happened and

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Why Are We Not Allowed to Mourn Mass Shootings Against Us?

I’m sickened by what happened at the Christ Church New Zealand Mosque shooting. Some non-Muslims, Australian Senator, Fraser Anning, as an example to be just one of the many people on social media and Twitter that keep justifying and saying it’s Islam’s fault. How could this be the fault of Islam? The guy is not

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