Profile: Rahimah Rahim

About This Author

Rahimah Rahim was born in Brooklyn, New York (USA) and grew up in Boston, Massachusetts (USA). She has obtained degrees in Nursing, Education and a Masters in Management. She recently retired from nursing and currently enjoys working in the Public Library in her town. Rahimah has written, and published, more than a dozen books. Her writing genres are eclectic but she leans towards the historical novel sector. She's been writing since childhood and loves the fact that she now has an avenue for getting her writing published. That avenue is Feed A Read. Her book website is http://www.rahimahonlinebooks.com

This Author's Books

Five short stories dealing with the African American experiences in America from the 1870's to present times. Inspirational. Challenging the human spirit to excel and overcome obstacles.
ISBN: 9781784070687
Published: 9 October 2013
Five short stories dealing with the African American experiences in America from the 1870's to present times. Inspirational. Challenging the human spirit to excel and overcome obstacles.
ISBN: 9781784070687
Published: 14 October 2013
A Guide to completing the reading of the Holy Quran during Ramadan the Holy month for Muslims. The book lists the first Ayats or verses of each of the 30 sections read during this Holy month, and is a reminder to the readers the sections that are to be re....
ISBN: 9781782991854
Published: 20 February 2013
Writing your story, after a traumatic event, is like going through a pregnancy, a long difficult pregnancy and finally giving birth, to your story.This writing exercise is a way to move Forward after facing the sudden violent Loss of a loved One to Police....
ISBN: 9781803028477
Published: 28 June 2023
A workshop /Journal for grieving families to help them cope with violent loss of loved ones. Step by step questions to guide individuals to writing their own stories.
ISBN: 9781803028484
Published: 28 June 2023
In Search of the Crystal Stair is a snapshot of Boston's urban community in the 1950s and 60s. Maxine, the main character grows up in a large extended family, consisting of her grandmother, mother, step father, aunts, cousins and seven brothers and sister....
ISBN: 9781839453076
Published: 19 May 2020
In Search of the Crystal Stair is a snapshot of Boston's urban community in the 1950s and 60s. Maxine, the main character grows up in a large extended family, consisting of her grandmother, mother, step father, aunts, cousins and seven brothers and sister....
ISBN: 9781782999737
Published: 23 September 2013
Short essays and poems written in chronological order by a mother dealing with the grief of the sudden violent loss of her son through police violence. It looks at the idea of justice and the ways a great portion of people are excluded from having justice....
ISBN: 9781839451706
Published: 17 January 2020
This is a two Act Play that can be used by Social Studies teachers and parents alike to help young people understand the principles of one of the world's greatest religions, Islam.
ISBN: 9781781769713
Published: 21 November 2012
The question that has perplexed me for several years now is what can be done to protect the well being, safety and comfort of a seemingly forgotten minority of elders? Those elders that I speak of sometimes live out their last years in loneliness and isol....
ISBN: 9781784079161
Published: 28 July 2014
Historical fiction set in dual time periods (2004) and (1841). Setting is Boston, Massachusetts. Two sisters of African American descent, are playing in an attic of their almost 200 year old triple decker home when they come upon a mysterious trunk. It wa....
ISBN: 9781781767153
Published: 1 September 2012
Time travel takes two sisters from 2004 to the year 1841. Who would have thought that a mere tree would have such an influence on life. A gift from the past helps bring two sisters to the realization that family is everything. Set in two time periods, the....
ISBN: 9781803024912
Published: 29 April 2022