Transformation is set in a South African Muslim community and follows the lives of two women : Farnaz, a confident and educated business woman , and Hasina : a housewife, married to a wealthy man raising her two children. Farnaz’s attitude towards the rest of her community is stereotypical and she fails to identify with the people around her. She is judgemental and suspicious of the women in her community and labels them all as shallow and fickle. Hasina has her life cemented in her husband and children. The death of her mother a year ago, is a test of her character and forces her to deal with her problems on her own. Outwardly they are two very different women and the story follows their lives as they are contrasted in their everyday activities. When Farnaz sells a house to Hasina’s family, their paths cross and they find that they begin to learn about each other, and in turn learn about themselves. Transformation is the universal story about two women who outwardly, are seemingly different but turn out to be the same where it matters.

If you like what you read, please feel free to comment. I would love to know what you think. I will try to update the blog at least once a day.

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Here is the link to the beginning of the story. Click on the link and scroll down to the  introduction. https://transformation909.wordpress.com/2014/04/ hope you visit again soon.



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  1. Raeesah says:

    Enjoying the story

    • shabeeha says:

      Thank you raeesah for the comment. I will try to post each day but my internet connection has a mind of its own. Watch this space. HAPPY READING. Love Shabeeha

  2. farzana says:

    how do i get the story from chaoter one?

  3. shabeeha says:

    Click on this link and scroll right down to the introduction.

    https://transformation909.wordpress.com/2014/04/ HAPPY READING. S.

  4. Fathima says:

    Loving the storyline……

    • shabeeha says:

      I’m glad you like the story line. When I began to write this story a year ago, it was just to prove to myself that I could. The story line seemed to materialize on its own very quickly and i pursued it simply because it was different from everything else I was reading. Please feel free to comment on the characters and events that you like. Thank you for reading. S.

  5. Tasneem says:

    Im truly njoying da story.

  6. shabeeha says:

    Thank you to everyone who had been reading my blog. I want to especially thank the readers from the United Kingdom, Usa, Canada, Zambia and the Russian Federeation. To all the South Africans… I am humbled by your support. Do keep reading and share your thoughts with me. Love. S.

  7. Oh wow! Is your blog a book? What an interesting story line! Looking forward to reading it!

  8. s says:

    Love your blog. Please can you insert a tab so that we can add our email addys and receive notification when a new piece is added to your blog?

  9. A says:

    Just found ur blog & enjoying it. Is there some way that I can read it from the beginning?

  10. Fatmawaty says:

    Thank you for following my blog (اصلاح) Sister. I’d love to read your story. ❤

  11. dynamite786 says:

    Really enjoyed your blog. Please start a new one.

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