I Can Only Imagine *Watty Awards 2012*

42 Part Story 89.1K Reads 994 Votes
Always_Daydreaming By Always_Daydreaming Updated 11 months ago
This is the story of a lonely girl. Well maybe lonely isn't quiet the word here considering she is the youngest of four children and twenty-four grandchildren. Hanna Anwaar is lonely in the sense that no one seems to understand her. Before you go any further this story is not what you think. This story is not about a girl trying to "find herself." She knows exactly who she is and what her beliefs are and is very set in those ways. This is also not your average Muslim Girl story

Most of the situations that appear in this story have happened to me or someone I know at one point or other, slightly modified as to protect the privacy of those involved and for entertainment purposes. A story about a Muslim girl living in New York City.
innocent_angel3 innocent_angel3 2 years ago
@Always_Daydreaming Oh alright sorry then that's a really good idea it really is go,
innocent_angel3 innocent_angel3 2 years ago
This book is very good but you need to research on Islam a little bit because alot of things in this book is not halal like dating, dancing, wearing short clothes etcc
goldnsilver66 goldnsilver66 2 years ago
This story looks good, I will continue to read insha'Allah
stained_glasses stained_glasses 2 years ago
love the relationship between Hannah and her mother, even if it is a bit deceitful.  the fact that she feels comfortable retorting back to her mom, and that her mother uses words like space out is cute (only if there is a mutual respect there, and I get the feeling there is)
stained_glasses stained_glasses 2 years ago
The first two sentences are a very intriguing beginning.  So much is said.  Like that a person can be lonely despite being surrounded by a bunch of people that love them.  Right away we know she has a huge supporting family, and begin to wonder why she feels the way she does.
harveyrspecter harveyrspecter 2 years ago
ooo hanna, lying to mommas & texting boys never lead to anything good. but i totally know the feeling of not wanting to go to weddings but being forced to go... not a nice feeling. 

anyways, keep this up. Masha'Allah, you write good :)