What is Islamic Fiction?

This refers to creative, imaginative, non-preachy fiction books written by Muslims and marketed primarily to Muslims. Islamic Fiction may be marketed to secular markets, too. The content of these books incorporates some religious content and themes, and may include non-fictionalized historical or factual Islamic content with or without direct reference to the Qur'an or the Sunnah of the Prophet (pbuh). The stories may also include modern, real life situations and moral dilemmas. Islamic Fiction may be written in many languages.

Our Muslim children, youth and teens are hungry to read stories with book characters and modern day settings that they can identify with and relate to. This is especially true for our Muslim kids living as minorities in a larger secular society in westernized countries.

You can learn what avid readers have to say about Islamic Fiction here.



For a comprehensive listing of Islamic Fiction authors and their books, as well as a more complete explanation about Islamic Fiction, go to