Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab

Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab

Popular Instagram cartoonist and Muslim-American Huda Fahmy presents a hilarious, relatable, and painfully honest new collection of comics that break down barriers and show how universal our everyday problems, worries, and joys actually are. At some point in our lives, we?ve all felt a little out of place. Huda Fahmy has found it?s a little more difficult to fade into the Popular Instagram cartoonist and Muslim-American Huda Fahmy presents a hilarious, relatable, and painfully honest ...

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Title:Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab
Author:Huda Fahmy
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1507209347
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:192 pages pages

Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab Reviews

  • Namratha
    Jan 05, 2019

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

    This was so funny and yes, I'm going to give it a ma'sha'allah! It was everything I expected it to be and by the end, even more! Sr. Huda put a sweet and powerful touch to end the book. Can't wait to see what she does going forward. Had the pleasure of exchanging a few tweets with her ...

    I received this as an E-arc from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review! I?ve been reviewing and reading a lot of internet comic artists lately who have been taking their comics and making them into books. This one is my favorite. By far. I am not a ...

    This #ownvoices collection of comics by Huda (Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda-Huda) Fhamy is a hilarious, eye-opening and entirely relatable depiction of life as a hijabi, and the various overt and covert discriminations and micro-aggressions Muslims (particularly Muslim women) face on a daily b...

    Love this artist I?ve enjoyed following Huda on Instagram and was very excited for her book. She has taught me a lot about a religion that I do not have a good understanding of, and it has taught me how to be more respectful of all people. Everyone should read it! ...

    Brilliant. (Full disclosure: I received a free e-ARC for review through Netgalley. Trigger warning for Islamophobia, racism, and sexism.) Cartoonist, educator, and former law student Huda Fahmy was born and raised in Michigan - but this doesn't stop strangers from asking her wher...

    Follow: hjbookblog.wordpress.com Yes, I'm Hot In This by Huda Fahmy is both hilarious and heartbreaking. It portrays what it's like to wear a Hijab and visibly be a Muslim in America(or just in today's world.)The book through its illustrations, portrays the stereotyping of the relig...

    I've been following Huda on Instagram for a while now, and I was SO excited when I found out she was coming out with a book. It's an easy read - full of comics I've seen before but many more that I haven't - but that doesn't mean it's a shallow read. Huda is HILARIOUS, gracious, vulner...

    So funny. So excellent. ...

    Yes she is hot in her hijab. This book has a funny and easy way to show what life is like as a Muslim-American woman. Easy read and l learned somethings. ...

    So cute and funny! Love her Instagram account and this is more of the same awesome content. My kids also loved it. Please do more! ...

    This has to be every hijabi's life story in a comic. Laughed, kinda sad, but hey I was born HOT. Support Huda and buy this book! ...

    Darius = ? ...

    Laugh out loud funny! I hesitated to include this on my shelf (on/by middle eastern women) since I feel like that would be something she might draw a panel about in this book ? since she is Michigan born.... but I feel it's relevant none-the-less. My only criticism is that Huda ...

    I had been following the artist on IG for a while. The comics are in a sort of chronological order in the book instead of just being random like online and so it's nice to follow in a story-type manner. Great job to Huda and her team! ...

    I gobbled up this book in two sittings, finished it in one day. Really appreciated Huda Fahmy's perspective as an American Muslim hijabi. (Her useful glossary at the end of the book taught me the slang word for a Muslim woman who wears a hijab!) Her collection of comics is informative ...

    *ARC was provided by Adams Media through NetGalley. I'm no stranger to Instagram cartoonists, but I actually hadn't read any of Yes, I'm Hot in This prior to the galley. I really enjoyed getting to read this genre from a Muslim American perspective - I can't speak for all cartoonist...

    This is a hilarious comic collection! It is both entertaining and informative. Huda shows many of the misconceptions that people have about Muslims in this story. People constantly as her if she?s hot in her hijab (Spoiler: She is hot). They also think she?s wearing it against h...

    Huda Fahmy (she of the hilarious @yesimhotinthis), living the oft-uncomfortable life of a visible Muslim-American young woman, navigates the inanely cliched questions, the intrusive barbs, the racial undertones, sometimes downright hostility and every once in a while, unexpected bouts ...

  • Nausheena
    Apr 07, 2019

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

    This was so funny and yes, I'm going to give it a ma'sha'allah! It was everything I expected it to be and by the end, even more! Sr. Huda put a sweet and powerful touch to end the book. Can't wait to see what she does going forward. Had the pleasure of exchanging a few tweets with her ...

    I received this as an E-arc from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review! I?ve been reviewing and reading a lot of internet comic artists lately who have been taking their comics and making them into books. This one is my favorite. By far. I am not a ...

    This #ownvoices collection of comics by Huda (Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda-Huda) Fhamy is a hilarious, eye-opening and entirely relatable depiction of life as a hijabi, and the various overt and covert discriminations and micro-aggressions Muslims (particularly Muslim women) face on a daily b...

    Love this artist I?ve enjoyed following Huda on Instagram and was very excited for her book. She has taught me a lot about a religion that I do not have a good understanding of, and it has taught me how to be more respectful of all people. Everyone should read it! ...

    Brilliant. (Full disclosure: I received a free e-ARC for review through Netgalley. Trigger warning for Islamophobia, racism, and sexism.) Cartoonist, educator, and former law student Huda Fahmy was born and raised in Michigan - but this doesn't stop strangers from asking her wher...

    Follow: hjbookblog.wordpress.com Yes, I'm Hot In This by Huda Fahmy is both hilarious and heartbreaking. It portrays what it's like to wear a Hijab and visibly be a Muslim in America(or just in today's world.)The book through its illustrations, portrays the stereotyping of the relig...

    I've been following Huda on Instagram for a while now, and I was SO excited when I found out she was coming out with a book. It's an easy read - full of comics I've seen before but many more that I haven't - but that doesn't mean it's a shallow read. Huda is HILARIOUS, gracious, vulner...

    So funny. So excellent. ...

    Yes she is hot in her hijab. This book has a funny and easy way to show what life is like as a Muslim-American woman. Easy read and l learned somethings. ...

    So cute and funny! Love her Instagram account and this is more of the same awesome content. My kids also loved it. Please do more! ...

    This has to be every hijabi's life story in a comic. Laughed, kinda sad, but hey I was born HOT. Support Huda and buy this book! ...

  • Stephanie
    Dec 01, 2018

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

    This was so funny and yes, I'm going to give it a ma'sha'allah! It was everything I expected it to be and by the end, even more! Sr. Huda put a sweet and powerful touch to end the book. Can't wait to see what she does going forward. Had the pleasure of exchanging a few tweets with her ...

    I received this as an E-arc from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review! I?ve been reviewing and reading a lot of internet comic artists lately who have been taking their comics and making them into books. This one is my favorite. By far. I am not a ...

    This #ownvoices collection of comics by Huda (Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda-Huda) Fhamy is a hilarious, eye-opening and entirely relatable depiction of life as a hijabi, and the various overt and covert discriminations and micro-aggressions Muslims (particularly Muslim women) face on a daily b...

    Love this artist I?ve enjoyed following Huda on Instagram and was very excited for her book. She has taught me a lot about a religion that I do not have a good understanding of, and it has taught me how to be more respectful of all people. Everyone should read it! ...

    Brilliant. (Full disclosure: I received a free e-ARC for review through Netgalley. Trigger warning for Islamophobia, racism, and sexism.) Cartoonist, educator, and former law student Huda Fahmy was born and raised in Michigan - but this doesn't stop strangers from asking her wher...

    Follow: hjbookblog.wordpress.com Yes, I'm Hot In This by Huda Fahmy is both hilarious and heartbreaking. It portrays what it's like to wear a Hijab and visibly be a Muslim in America(or just in today's world.)The book through its illustrations, portrays the stereotyping of the relig...

    I've been following Huda on Instagram for a while now, and I was SO excited when I found out she was coming out with a book. It's an easy read - full of comics I've seen before but many more that I haven't - but that doesn't mean it's a shallow read. Huda is HILARIOUS, gracious, vulner...

    So funny. So excellent. ...

    Yes she is hot in her hijab. This book has a funny and easy way to show what life is like as a Muslim-American woman. Easy read and l learned somethings. ...

    So cute and funny! Love her Instagram account and this is more of the same awesome content. My kids also loved it. Please do more! ...

    This has to be every hijabi's life story in a comic. Laughed, kinda sad, but hey I was born HOT. Support Huda and buy this book! ...

    Darius = ? ...

    Laugh out loud funny! I hesitated to include this on my shelf (on/by middle eastern women) since I feel like that would be something she might draw a panel about in this book ? since she is Michigan born.... but I feel it's relevant none-the-less. My only criticism is that Huda ...

    I had been following the artist on IG for a while. The comics are in a sort of chronological order in the book instead of just being random like online and so it's nice to follow in a story-type manner. Great job to Huda and her team! ...

    I gobbled up this book in two sittings, finished it in one day. Really appreciated Huda Fahmy's perspective as an American Muslim hijabi. (Her useful glossary at the end of the book taught me the slang word for a Muslim woman who wears a hijab!) Her collection of comics is informative ...

  • Kelly
    Dec 08, 2018

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

    This was so funny and yes, I'm going to give it a ma'sha'allah! It was everything I expected it to be and by the end, even more! Sr. Huda put a sweet and powerful touch to end the book. Can't wait to see what she does going forward. Had the pleasure of exchanging a few tweets with her ...

    I received this as an E-arc from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review! I?ve been reviewing and reading a lot of internet comic artists lately who have been taking their comics and making them into books. This one is my favorite. By far. I am not a ...

    This #ownvoices collection of comics by Huda (Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda-Huda) Fhamy is a hilarious, eye-opening and entirely relatable depiction of life as a hijabi, and the various overt and covert discriminations and micro-aggressions Muslims (particularly Muslim women) face on a daily b...

    Love this artist I?ve enjoyed following Huda on Instagram and was very excited for her book. She has taught me a lot about a religion that I do not have a good understanding of, and it has taught me how to be more respectful of all people. Everyone should read it! ...

    Brilliant. (Full disclosure: I received a free e-ARC for review through Netgalley. Trigger warning for Islamophobia, racism, and sexism.) Cartoonist, educator, and former law student Huda Fahmy was born and raised in Michigan - but this doesn't stop strangers from asking her wher...

  • Kelley
    Dec 12, 2018

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

    This was so funny and yes, I'm going to give it a ma'sha'allah! It was everything I expected it to be and by the end, even more! Sr. Huda put a sweet and powerful touch to end the book. Can't wait to see what she does going forward. Had the pleasure of exchanging a few tweets with her ...

    I received this as an E-arc from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review! I?ve been reviewing and reading a lot of internet comic artists lately who have been taking their comics and making them into books. This one is my favorite. By far. I am not a ...

    This #ownvoices collection of comics by Huda (Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda-Huda) Fhamy is a hilarious, eye-opening and entirely relatable depiction of life as a hijabi, and the various overt and covert discriminations and micro-aggressions Muslims (particularly Muslim women) face on a daily b...

    Love this artist I?ve enjoyed following Huda on Instagram and was very excited for her book. She has taught me a lot about a religion that I do not have a good understanding of, and it has taught me how to be more respectful of all people. Everyone should read it! ...

    Brilliant. (Full disclosure: I received a free e-ARC for review through Netgalley. Trigger warning for Islamophobia, racism, and sexism.) Cartoonist, educator, and former law student Huda Fahmy was born and raised in Michigan - but this doesn't stop strangers from asking her wher...

    Follow: hjbookblog.wordpress.com Yes, I'm Hot In This by Huda Fahmy is both hilarious and heartbreaking. It portrays what it's like to wear a Hijab and visibly be a Muslim in America(or just in today's world.)The book through its illustrations, portrays the stereotyping of the relig...

    I've been following Huda on Instagram for a while now, and I was SO excited when I found out she was coming out with a book. It's an easy read - full of comics I've seen before but many more that I haven't - but that doesn't mean it's a shallow read. Huda is HILARIOUS, gracious, vulner...

    So funny. So excellent. ...

    Yes she is hot in her hijab. This book has a funny and easy way to show what life is like as a Muslim-American woman. Easy read and l learned somethings. ...

    So cute and funny! Love her Instagram account and this is more of the same awesome content. My kids also loved it. Please do more! ...

  • Natasha
    Apr 08, 2019

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

    This was so funny and yes, I'm going to give it a ma'sha'allah! It was everything I expected it to be and by the end, even more! Sr. Huda put a sweet and powerful touch to end the book. Can't wait to see what she does going forward. Had the pleasure of exchanging a few tweets with her ...

    I received this as an E-arc from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review! I?ve been reviewing and reading a lot of internet comic artists lately who have been taking their comics and making them into books. This one is my favorite. By far. I am not a ...

    This #ownvoices collection of comics by Huda (Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda-Huda) Fhamy is a hilarious, eye-opening and entirely relatable depiction of life as a hijabi, and the various overt and covert discriminations and micro-aggressions Muslims (particularly Muslim women) face on a daily b...

    Love this artist I?ve enjoyed following Huda on Instagram and was very excited for her book. She has taught me a lot about a religion that I do not have a good understanding of, and it has taught me how to be more respectful of all people. Everyone should read it! ...

    Brilliant. (Full disclosure: I received a free e-ARC for review through Netgalley. Trigger warning for Islamophobia, racism, and sexism.) Cartoonist, educator, and former law student Huda Fahmy was born and raised in Michigan - but this doesn't stop strangers from asking her wher...

    Follow: hjbookblog.wordpress.com Yes, I'm Hot In This by Huda Fahmy is both hilarious and heartbreaking. It portrays what it's like to wear a Hijab and visibly be a Muslim in America(or just in today's world.)The book through its illustrations, portrays the stereotyping of the relig...

    I've been following Huda on Instagram for a while now, and I was SO excited when I found out she was coming out with a book. It's an easy read - full of comics I've seen before but many more that I haven't - but that doesn't mean it's a shallow read. Huda is HILARIOUS, gracious, vulner...

    So funny. So excellent. ...

    Yes she is hot in her hijab. This book has a funny and easy way to show what life is like as a Muslim-American woman. Easy read and l learned somethings. ...

  • Tori (alwaysbookphoenix) Kisamore
    Dec 16, 2018

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

    This was so funny and yes, I'm going to give it a ma'sha'allah! It was everything I expected it to be and by the end, even more! Sr. Huda put a sweet and powerful touch to end the book. Can't wait to see what she does going forward. Had the pleasure of exchanging a few tweets with her ...

    I received this as an E-arc from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review! I?ve been reviewing and reading a lot of internet comic artists lately who have been taking their comics and making them into books. This one is my favorite. By far. I am not a ...

  • laurel [suspected bibliophile]
    Dec 05, 2018

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

    This was so funny and yes, I'm going to give it a ma'sha'allah! It was everything I expected it to be and by the end, even more! Sr. Huda put a sweet and powerful touch to end the book. Can't wait to see what she does going forward. Had the pleasure of exchanging a few tweets with her ...

    I received this as an E-arc from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review! I?ve been reviewing and reading a lot of internet comic artists lately who have been taking their comics and making them into books. This one is my favorite. By far. I am not a ...

    This #ownvoices collection of comics by Huda (Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda-Huda) Fhamy is a hilarious, eye-opening and entirely relatable depiction of life as a hijabi, and the various overt and covert discriminations and micro-aggressions Muslims (particularly Muslim women) face on a daily b...

  • Sara A.
    Jan 29, 2019

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

  • Steff
    Nov 27, 2018

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

  • Ola
    Dec 08, 2018

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

    This was so funny and yes, I'm going to give it a ma'sha'allah! It was everything I expected it to be and by the end, even more! Sr. Huda put a sweet and powerful touch to end the book. Can't wait to see what she does going forward. Had the pleasure of exchanging a few tweets with her ...

    I received this as an E-arc from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review! I?ve been reviewing and reading a lot of internet comic artists lately who have been taking their comics and making them into books. This one is my favorite. By far. I am not a ...

    This #ownvoices collection of comics by Huda (Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda-Huda) Fhamy is a hilarious, eye-opening and entirely relatable depiction of life as a hijabi, and the various overt and covert discriminations and micro-aggressions Muslims (particularly Muslim women) face on a daily b...

    Love this artist I?ve enjoyed following Huda on Instagram and was very excited for her book. She has taught me a lot about a religion that I do not have a good understanding of, and it has taught me how to be more respectful of all people. Everyone should read it! ...

    Brilliant. (Full disclosure: I received a free e-ARC for review through Netgalley. Trigger warning for Islamophobia, racism, and sexism.) Cartoonist, educator, and former law student Huda Fahmy was born and raised in Michigan - but this doesn't stop strangers from asking her wher...

    Follow: hjbookblog.wordpress.com Yes, I'm Hot In This by Huda Fahmy is both hilarious and heartbreaking. It portrays what it's like to wear a Hijab and visibly be a Muslim in America(or just in today's world.)The book through its illustrations, portrays the stereotyping of the relig...

    I've been following Huda on Instagram for a while now, and I was SO excited when I found out she was coming out with a book. It's an easy read - full of comics I've seen before but many more that I haven't - but that doesn't mean it's a shallow read. Huda is HILARIOUS, gracious, vulner...

    So funny. So excellent. ...

    Yes she is hot in her hijab. This book has a funny and easy way to show what life is like as a Muslim-American woman. Easy read and l learned somethings. ...

    So cute and funny! Love her Instagram account and this is more of the same awesome content. My kids also loved it. Please do more! ...

    This has to be every hijabi's life story in a comic. Laughed, kinda sad, but hey I was born HOT. Support Huda and buy this book! ...

    Darius = ? ...

    Laugh out loud funny! I hesitated to include this on my shelf (on/by middle eastern women) since I feel like that would be something she might draw a panel about in this book ? since she is Michigan born.... but I feel it's relevant none-the-less. My only criticism is that Huda ...

    I had been following the artist on IG for a while. The comics are in a sort of chronological order in the book instead of just being random like online and so it's nice to follow in a story-type manner. Great job to Huda and her team! ...

    I gobbled up this book in two sittings, finished it in one day. Really appreciated Huda Fahmy's perspective as an American Muslim hijabi. (Her useful glossary at the end of the book taught me the slang word for a Muslim woman who wears a hijab!) Her collection of comics is informative ...

    *ARC was provided by Adams Media through NetGalley. I'm no stranger to Instagram cartoonists, but I actually hadn't read any of Yes, I'm Hot in This prior to the galley. I really enjoyed getting to read this genre from a Muslim American perspective - I can't speak for all cartoonist...

    This is a hilarious comic collection! It is both entertaining and informative. Huda shows many of the misconceptions that people have about Muslims in this story. People constantly as her if she?s hot in her hijab (Spoiler: She is hot). They also think she?s wearing it against h...

    Huda Fahmy (she of the hilarious @yesimhotinthis), living the oft-uncomfortable life of a visible Muslim-American young woman, navigates the inanely cliched questions, the intrusive barbs, the racial undertones, sometimes downright hostility and every once in a while, unexpected bouts ...

    Whoa. Short read, big impact. Some of it's about pizza, her husband, other normal stuff, but most of it is about all the garbage visibly muslim women (and men) have to put up with. Just a teaser: Worrying about looking suspicious for LIVING YOUR LIFE, Dealing with questions like "but...

    Read this book in one sitting, and now have a greater understanding of the struggles of Muslim Americans. This book is eye opening about how Muslims are treated on a daily basis, and parts of it while hilarious make you think ?Did nobody ever teach these people that if they can?t s...

    I've been following Huda on Instagram and I enjoy her comics. Generally her experience resonates with me (as a hijabi Muslim living in the US) and her childish humor is my kind of humor. Her simple art is funny and she utilizes the primitive figures in good expressive ways. As for the ...

  • Carol
    Nov 26, 2018

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

  • Anees
    Mar 01, 2019

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

    This was so funny and yes, I'm going to give it a ma'sha'allah! It was everything I expected it to be and by the end, even more! Sr. Huda put a sweet and powerful touch to end the book. Can't wait to see what she does going forward. Had the pleasure of exchanging a few tweets with her ...

  • Danielle
    Nov 27, 2018

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

    This was so funny and yes, I'm going to give it a ma'sha'allah! It was everything I expected it to be and by the end, even more! Sr. Huda put a sweet and powerful touch to end the book. Can't wait to see what she does going forward. Had the pleasure of exchanging a few tweets with her ...

    I received this as an E-arc from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review! I?ve been reviewing and reading a lot of internet comic artists lately who have been taking their comics and making them into books. This one is my favorite. By far. I am not a ...

    This #ownvoices collection of comics by Huda (Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda-Huda) Fhamy is a hilarious, eye-opening and entirely relatable depiction of life as a hijabi, and the various overt and covert discriminations and micro-aggressions Muslims (particularly Muslim women) face on a daily b...

    Love this artist I?ve enjoyed following Huda on Instagram and was very excited for her book. She has taught me a lot about a religion that I do not have a good understanding of, and it has taught me how to be more respectful of all people. Everyone should read it! ...

    Brilliant. (Full disclosure: I received a free e-ARC for review through Netgalley. Trigger warning for Islamophobia, racism, and sexism.) Cartoonist, educator, and former law student Huda Fahmy was born and raised in Michigan - but this doesn't stop strangers from asking her wher...

    Follow: hjbookblog.wordpress.com Yes, I'm Hot In This by Huda Fahmy is both hilarious and heartbreaking. It portrays what it's like to wear a Hijab and visibly be a Muslim in America(or just in today's world.)The book through its illustrations, portrays the stereotyping of the relig...

    I've been following Huda on Instagram for a while now, and I was SO excited when I found out she was coming out with a book. It's an easy read - full of comics I've seen before but many more that I haven't - but that doesn't mean it's a shallow read. Huda is HILARIOUS, gracious, vulner...

    So funny. So excellent. ...

    Yes she is hot in her hijab. This book has a funny and easy way to show what life is like as a Muslim-American woman. Easy read and l learned somethings. ...

    So cute and funny! Love her Instagram account and this is more of the same awesome content. My kids also loved it. Please do more! ...

    This has to be every hijabi's life story in a comic. Laughed, kinda sad, but hey I was born HOT. Support Huda and buy this book! ...

    Darius = ? ...

    Laugh out loud funny! I hesitated to include this on my shelf (on/by middle eastern women) since I feel like that would be something she might draw a panel about in this book ? since she is Michigan born.... but I feel it's relevant none-the-less. My only criticism is that Huda ...

    I had been following the artist on IG for a while. The comics are in a sort of chronological order in the book instead of just being random like online and so it's nice to follow in a story-type manner. Great job to Huda and her team! ...

    I gobbled up this book in two sittings, finished it in one day. Really appreciated Huda Fahmy's perspective as an American Muslim hijabi. (Her useful glossary at the end of the book taught me the slang word for a Muslim woman who wears a hijab!) Her collection of comics is informative ...

    *ARC was provided by Adams Media through NetGalley. I'm no stranger to Instagram cartoonists, but I actually hadn't read any of Yes, I'm Hot in This prior to the galley. I really enjoyed getting to read this genre from a Muslim American perspective - I can't speak for all cartoonist...

  • Jill Jemmett
    Feb 25, 2019

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

    This was so funny and yes, I'm going to give it a ma'sha'allah! It was everything I expected it to be and by the end, even more! Sr. Huda put a sweet and powerful touch to end the book. Can't wait to see what she does going forward. Had the pleasure of exchanging a few tweets with her ...

    I received this as an E-arc from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review! I?ve been reviewing and reading a lot of internet comic artists lately who have been taking their comics and making them into books. This one is my favorite. By far. I am not a ...

    This #ownvoices collection of comics by Huda (Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda-Huda) Fhamy is a hilarious, eye-opening and entirely relatable depiction of life as a hijabi, and the various overt and covert discriminations and micro-aggressions Muslims (particularly Muslim women) face on a daily b...

    Love this artist I?ve enjoyed following Huda on Instagram and was very excited for her book. She has taught me a lot about a religion that I do not have a good understanding of, and it has taught me how to be more respectful of all people. Everyone should read it! ...

    Brilliant. (Full disclosure: I received a free e-ARC for review through Netgalley. Trigger warning for Islamophobia, racism, and sexism.) Cartoonist, educator, and former law student Huda Fahmy was born and raised in Michigan - but this doesn't stop strangers from asking her wher...

    Follow: hjbookblog.wordpress.com Yes, I'm Hot In This by Huda Fahmy is both hilarious and heartbreaking. It portrays what it's like to wear a Hijab and visibly be a Muslim in America(or just in today's world.)The book through its illustrations, portrays the stereotyping of the relig...

    I've been following Huda on Instagram for a while now, and I was SO excited when I found out she was coming out with a book. It's an easy read - full of comics I've seen before but many more that I haven't - but that doesn't mean it's a shallow read. Huda is HILARIOUS, gracious, vulner...

    So funny. So excellent. ...

    Yes she is hot in her hijab. This book has a funny and easy way to show what life is like as a Muslim-American woman. Easy read and l learned somethings. ...

    So cute and funny! Love her Instagram account and this is more of the same awesome content. My kids also loved it. Please do more! ...

    This has to be every hijabi's life story in a comic. Laughed, kinda sad, but hey I was born HOT. Support Huda and buy this book! ...

    Darius = ? ...

    Laugh out loud funny! I hesitated to include this on my shelf (on/by middle eastern women) since I feel like that would be something she might draw a panel about in this book ? since she is Michigan born.... but I feel it's relevant none-the-less. My only criticism is that Huda ...

    I had been following the artist on IG for a while. The comics are in a sort of chronological order in the book instead of just being random like online and so it's nice to follow in a story-type manner. Great job to Huda and her team! ...

    I gobbled up this book in two sittings, finished it in one day. Really appreciated Huda Fahmy's perspective as an American Muslim hijabi. (Her useful glossary at the end of the book taught me the slang word for a Muslim woman who wears a hijab!) Her collection of comics is informative ...

    *ARC was provided by Adams Media through NetGalley. I'm no stranger to Instagram cartoonists, but I actually hadn't read any of Yes, I'm Hot in This prior to the galley. I really enjoyed getting to read this genre from a Muslim American perspective - I can't speak for all cartoonist...

    This is a hilarious comic collection! It is both entertaining and informative. Huda shows many of the misconceptions that people have about Muslims in this story. People constantly as her if she?s hot in her hijab (Spoiler: She is hot). They also think she?s wearing it against h...

  • Sarah Arabi-Katbi
    Dec 28, 2018

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

    This was so funny and yes, I'm going to give it a ma'sha'allah! It was everything I expected it to be and by the end, even more! Sr. Huda put a sweet and powerful touch to end the book. Can't wait to see what she does going forward. Had the pleasure of exchanging a few tweets with her ...

    I received this as an E-arc from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review! I?ve been reviewing and reading a lot of internet comic artists lately who have been taking their comics and making them into books. This one is my favorite. By far. I am not a ...

    This #ownvoices collection of comics by Huda (Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda-Huda) Fhamy is a hilarious, eye-opening and entirely relatable depiction of life as a hijabi, and the various overt and covert discriminations and micro-aggressions Muslims (particularly Muslim women) face on a daily b...

    Love this artist I?ve enjoyed following Huda on Instagram and was very excited for her book. She has taught me a lot about a religion that I do not have a good understanding of, and it has taught me how to be more respectful of all people. Everyone should read it! ...

    Brilliant. (Full disclosure: I received a free e-ARC for review through Netgalley. Trigger warning for Islamophobia, racism, and sexism.) Cartoonist, educator, and former law student Huda Fahmy was born and raised in Michigan - but this doesn't stop strangers from asking her wher...

    Follow: hjbookblog.wordpress.com Yes, I'm Hot In This by Huda Fahmy is both hilarious and heartbreaking. It portrays what it's like to wear a Hijab and visibly be a Muslim in America(or just in today's world.)The book through its illustrations, portrays the stereotyping of the relig...

    I've been following Huda on Instagram for a while now, and I was SO excited when I found out she was coming out with a book. It's an easy read - full of comics I've seen before but many more that I haven't - but that doesn't mean it's a shallow read. Huda is HILARIOUS, gracious, vulner...

    So funny. So excellent. ...

    Yes she is hot in her hijab. This book has a funny and easy way to show what life is like as a Muslim-American woman. Easy read and l learned somethings. ...

    So cute and funny! Love her Instagram account and this is more of the same awesome content. My kids also loved it. Please do more! ...

    This has to be every hijabi's life story in a comic. Laughed, kinda sad, but hey I was born HOT. Support Huda and buy this book! ...

    Darius = ? ...

    Laugh out loud funny! I hesitated to include this on my shelf (on/by middle eastern women) since I feel like that would be something she might draw a panel about in this book ? since she is Michigan born.... but I feel it's relevant none-the-less. My only criticism is that Huda ...

    I had been following the artist on IG for a while. The comics are in a sort of chronological order in the book instead of just being random like online and so it's nice to follow in a story-type manner. Great job to Huda and her team! ...

  • True Love-Trucker
    Dec 26, 2018

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

    This was so funny and yes, I'm going to give it a ma'sha'allah! It was everything I expected it to be and by the end, even more! Sr. Huda put a sweet and powerful touch to end the book. Can't wait to see what she does going forward. Had the pleasure of exchanging a few tweets with her ...

    I received this as an E-arc from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review! I?ve been reviewing and reading a lot of internet comic artists lately who have been taking their comics and making them into books. This one is my favorite. By far. I am not a ...

    This #ownvoices collection of comics by Huda (Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda-Huda) Fhamy is a hilarious, eye-opening and entirely relatable depiction of life as a hijabi, and the various overt and covert discriminations and micro-aggressions Muslims (particularly Muslim women) face on a daily b...

    Love this artist I?ve enjoyed following Huda on Instagram and was very excited for her book. She has taught me a lot about a religion that I do not have a good understanding of, and it has taught me how to be more respectful of all people. Everyone should read it! ...

  • Rod Brown
    Jan 30, 2019

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

  • Chad
    Jan 20, 2019

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

  • Rachael Hobson
    Apr 05, 2019

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

  • Kristin Davison
    Dec 15, 2018

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

  • H
    Dec 20, 2018

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

    This was so funny and yes, I'm going to give it a ma'sha'allah! It was everything I expected it to be and by the end, even more! Sr. Huda put a sweet and powerful touch to end the book. Can't wait to see what she does going forward. Had the pleasure of exchanging a few tweets with her ...

    I received this as an E-arc from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review! I?ve been reviewing and reading a lot of internet comic artists lately who have been taking their comics and making them into books. This one is my favorite. By far. I am not a ...

    This #ownvoices collection of comics by Huda (Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda-Huda) Fhamy is a hilarious, eye-opening and entirely relatable depiction of life as a hijabi, and the various overt and covert discriminations and micro-aggressions Muslims (particularly Muslim women) face on a daily b...

    Love this artist I?ve enjoyed following Huda on Instagram and was very excited for her book. She has taught me a lot about a religion that I do not have a good understanding of, and it has taught me how to be more respectful of all people. Everyone should read it! ...

    Brilliant. (Full disclosure: I received a free e-ARC for review through Netgalley. Trigger warning for Islamophobia, racism, and sexism.) Cartoonist, educator, and former law student Huda Fahmy was born and raised in Michigan - but this doesn't stop strangers from asking her wher...

    Follow: hjbookblog.wordpress.com Yes, I'm Hot In This by Huda Fahmy is both hilarious and heartbreaking. It portrays what it's like to wear a Hijab and visibly be a Muslim in America(or just in today's world.)The book through its illustrations, portrays the stereotyping of the relig...

    I've been following Huda on Instagram for a while now, and I was SO excited when I found out she was coming out with a book. It's an easy read - full of comics I've seen before but many more that I haven't - but that doesn't mean it's a shallow read. Huda is HILARIOUS, gracious, vulner...

    So funny. So excellent. ...

    Yes she is hot in her hijab. This book has a funny and easy way to show what life is like as a Muslim-American woman. Easy read and l learned somethings. ...

    So cute and funny! Love her Instagram account and this is more of the same awesome content. My kids also loved it. Please do more! ...

    This has to be every hijabi's life story in a comic. Laughed, kinda sad, but hey I was born HOT. Support Huda and buy this book! ...

    Darius = ? ...

    Laugh out loud funny! I hesitated to include this on my shelf (on/by middle eastern women) since I feel like that would be something she might draw a panel about in this book ? since she is Michigan born.... but I feel it's relevant none-the-less. My only criticism is that Huda ...

    I had been following the artist on IG for a while. The comics are in a sort of chronological order in the book instead of just being random like online and so it's nice to follow in a story-type manner. Great job to Huda and her team! ...

    I gobbled up this book in two sittings, finished it in one day. Really appreciated Huda Fahmy's perspective as an American Muslim hijabi. (Her useful glossary at the end of the book taught me the slang word for a Muslim woman who wears a hijab!) Her collection of comics is informative ...

    *ARC was provided by Adams Media through NetGalley. I'm no stranger to Instagram cartoonists, but I actually hadn't read any of Yes, I'm Hot in This prior to the galley. I really enjoyed getting to read this genre from a Muslim American perspective - I can't speak for all cartoonist...

    This is a hilarious comic collection! It is both entertaining and informative. Huda shows many of the misconceptions that people have about Muslims in this story. People constantly as her if she?s hot in her hijab (Spoiler: She is hot). They also think she?s wearing it against h...

    Huda Fahmy (she of the hilarious @yesimhotinthis), living the oft-uncomfortable life of a visible Muslim-American young woman, navigates the inanely cliched questions, the intrusive barbs, the racial undertones, sometimes downright hostility and every once in a while, unexpected bouts ...

    Whoa. Short read, big impact. Some of it's about pizza, her husband, other normal stuff, but most of it is about all the garbage visibly muslim women (and men) have to put up with. Just a teaser: Worrying about looking suspicious for LIVING YOUR LIFE, Dealing with questions like "but...

    Read this book in one sitting, and now have a greater understanding of the struggles of Muslim Americans. This book is eye opening about how Muslims are treated on a daily basis, and parts of it while hilarious make you think ?Did nobody ever teach these people that if they can?t s...

    I've been following Huda on Instagram and I enjoy her comics. Generally her experience resonates with me (as a hijabi Muslim living in the US) and her childish humor is my kind of humor. Her simple art is funny and she utilizes the primitive figures in good expressive ways. As for the ...

    Oh my, goodness! This book was really quite good! You may have seen ladies out and about in their daily lives wearing a hijab (or headscarf), but have you ever given thought as to what kind of comments and suspicions are directed their way? Ms Fahmy does point out that there is a d...

  • Ari Reavis
    Jan 12, 2019

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

  • Abantika(hiltonjenkin)
    Mar 14, 2019

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

    This was so funny and yes, I'm going to give it a ma'sha'allah! It was everything I expected it to be and by the end, even more! Sr. Huda put a sweet and powerful touch to end the book. Can't wait to see what she does going forward. Had the pleasure of exchanging a few tweets with her ...

    I received this as an E-arc from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review! I?ve been reviewing and reading a lot of internet comic artists lately who have been taking their comics and making them into books. This one is my favorite. By far. I am not a ...

    This #ownvoices collection of comics by Huda (Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda-Huda) Fhamy is a hilarious, eye-opening and entirely relatable depiction of life as a hijabi, and the various overt and covert discriminations and micro-aggressions Muslims (particularly Muslim women) face on a daily b...

    Love this artist I?ve enjoyed following Huda on Instagram and was very excited for her book. She has taught me a lot about a religion that I do not have a good understanding of, and it has taught me how to be more respectful of all people. Everyone should read it! ...

    Brilliant. (Full disclosure: I received a free e-ARC for review through Netgalley. Trigger warning for Islamophobia, racism, and sexism.) Cartoonist, educator, and former law student Huda Fahmy was born and raised in Michigan - but this doesn't stop strangers from asking her wher...

    Follow: hjbookblog.wordpress.com Yes, I'm Hot In This by Huda Fahmy is both hilarious and heartbreaking. It portrays what it's like to wear a Hijab and visibly be a Muslim in America(or just in today's world.)The book through its illustrations, portrays the stereotyping of the relig...

  • Katy
    Feb 18, 2019

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

    This was so funny and yes, I'm going to give it a ma'sha'allah! It was everything I expected it to be and by the end, even more! Sr. Huda put a sweet and powerful touch to end the book. Can't wait to see what she does going forward. Had the pleasure of exchanging a few tweets with her ...

    I received this as an E-arc from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review! I?ve been reviewing and reading a lot of internet comic artists lately who have been taking their comics and making them into books. This one is my favorite. By far. I am not a ...

    This #ownvoices collection of comics by Huda (Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda-Huda) Fhamy is a hilarious, eye-opening and entirely relatable depiction of life as a hijabi, and the various overt and covert discriminations and micro-aggressions Muslims (particularly Muslim women) face on a daily b...

    Love this artist I?ve enjoyed following Huda on Instagram and was very excited for her book. She has taught me a lot about a religion that I do not have a good understanding of, and it has taught me how to be more respectful of all people. Everyone should read it! ...

    Brilliant. (Full disclosure: I received a free e-ARC for review through Netgalley. Trigger warning for Islamophobia, racism, and sexism.) Cartoonist, educator, and former law student Huda Fahmy was born and raised in Michigan - but this doesn't stop strangers from asking her wher...

    Follow: hjbookblog.wordpress.com Yes, I'm Hot In This by Huda Fahmy is both hilarious and heartbreaking. It portrays what it's like to wear a Hijab and visibly be a Muslim in America(or just in today's world.)The book through its illustrations, portrays the stereotyping of the relig...

    I've been following Huda on Instagram for a while now, and I was SO excited when I found out she was coming out with a book. It's an easy read - full of comics I've seen before but many more that I haven't - but that doesn't mean it's a shallow read. Huda is HILARIOUS, gracious, vulner...

    So funny. So excellent. ...

  • Samantha Mielke
    Jan 24, 2019

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

    This was so funny and yes, I'm going to give it a ma'sha'allah! It was everything I expected it to be and by the end, even more! Sr. Huda put a sweet and powerful touch to end the book. Can't wait to see what she does going forward. Had the pleasure of exchanging a few tweets with her ...

    I received this as an E-arc from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review! I?ve been reviewing and reading a lot of internet comic artists lately who have been taking their comics and making them into books. This one is my favorite. By far. I am not a ...

    This #ownvoices collection of comics by Huda (Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda-Huda) Fhamy is a hilarious, eye-opening and entirely relatable depiction of life as a hijabi, and the various overt and covert discriminations and micro-aggressions Muslims (particularly Muslim women) face on a daily b...

    Love this artist I?ve enjoyed following Huda on Instagram and was very excited for her book. She has taught me a lot about a religion that I do not have a good understanding of, and it has taught me how to be more respectful of all people. Everyone should read it! ...

    Brilliant. (Full disclosure: I received a free e-ARC for review through Netgalley. Trigger warning for Islamophobia, racism, and sexism.) Cartoonist, educator, and former law student Huda Fahmy was born and raised in Michigan - but this doesn't stop strangers from asking her wher...

    Follow: hjbookblog.wordpress.com Yes, I'm Hot In This by Huda Fahmy is both hilarious and heartbreaking. It portrays what it's like to wear a Hijab and visibly be a Muslim in America(or just in today's world.)The book through its illustrations, portrays the stereotyping of the relig...

    I've been following Huda on Instagram for a while now, and I was SO excited when I found out she was coming out with a book. It's an easy read - full of comics I've seen before but many more that I haven't - but that doesn't mean it's a shallow read. Huda is HILARIOUS, gracious, vulner...

    So funny. So excellent. ...

    Yes she is hot in her hijab. This book has a funny and easy way to show what life is like as a Muslim-American woman. Easy read and l learned somethings. ...

    So cute and funny! Love her Instagram account and this is more of the same awesome content. My kids also loved it. Please do more! ...

    This has to be every hijabi's life story in a comic. Laughed, kinda sad, but hey I was born HOT. Support Huda and buy this book! ...

    Darius = ? ...

  • Tiffani Reads
    Mar 24, 2019

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

    This was so funny and yes, I'm going to give it a ma'sha'allah! It was everything I expected it to be and by the end, even more! Sr. Huda put a sweet and powerful touch to end the book. Can't wait to see what she does going forward. Had the pleasure of exchanging a few tweets with her ...

    I received this as an E-arc from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review! I?ve been reviewing and reading a lot of internet comic artists lately who have been taking their comics and making them into books. This one is my favorite. By far. I am not a ...

    This #ownvoices collection of comics by Huda (Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda-Huda) Fhamy is a hilarious, eye-opening and entirely relatable depiction of life as a hijabi, and the various overt and covert discriminations and micro-aggressions Muslims (particularly Muslim women) face on a daily b...

    Love this artist I?ve enjoyed following Huda on Instagram and was very excited for her book. She has taught me a lot about a religion that I do not have a good understanding of, and it has taught me how to be more respectful of all people. Everyone should read it! ...

    Brilliant. (Full disclosure: I received a free e-ARC for review through Netgalley. Trigger warning for Islamophobia, racism, and sexism.) Cartoonist, educator, and former law student Huda Fahmy was born and raised in Michigan - but this doesn't stop strangers from asking her wher...

    Follow: hjbookblog.wordpress.com Yes, I'm Hot In This by Huda Fahmy is both hilarious and heartbreaking. It portrays what it's like to wear a Hijab and visibly be a Muslim in America(or just in today's world.)The book through its illustrations, portrays the stereotyping of the relig...

    I've been following Huda on Instagram for a while now, and I was SO excited when I found out she was coming out with a book. It's an easy read - full of comics I've seen before but many more that I haven't - but that doesn't mean it's a shallow read. Huda is HILARIOUS, gracious, vulner...

    So funny. So excellent. ...

    Yes she is hot in her hijab. This book has a funny and easy way to show what life is like as a Muslim-American woman. Easy read and l learned somethings. ...

    So cute and funny! Love her Instagram account and this is more of the same awesome content. My kids also loved it. Please do more! ...

    This has to be every hijabi's life story in a comic. Laughed, kinda sad, but hey I was born HOT. Support Huda and buy this book! ...

    Darius = ? ...

    Laugh out loud funny! I hesitated to include this on my shelf (on/by middle eastern women) since I feel like that would be something she might draw a panel about in this book ? since she is Michigan born.... but I feel it's relevant none-the-less. My only criticism is that Huda ...

    I had been following the artist on IG for a while. The comics are in a sort of chronological order in the book instead of just being random like online and so it's nice to follow in a story-type manner. Great job to Huda and her team! ...

    I gobbled up this book in two sittings, finished it in one day. Really appreciated Huda Fahmy's perspective as an American Muslim hijabi. (Her useful glossary at the end of the book taught me the slang word for a Muslim woman who wears a hijab!) Her collection of comics is informative ...

    *ARC was provided by Adams Media through NetGalley. I'm no stranger to Instagram cartoonists, but I actually hadn't read any of Yes, I'm Hot in This prior to the galley. I really enjoyed getting to read this genre from a Muslim American perspective - I can't speak for all cartoonist...

    This is a hilarious comic collection! It is both entertaining and informative. Huda shows many of the misconceptions that people have about Muslims in this story. People constantly as her if she?s hot in her hijab (Spoiler: She is hot). They also think she?s wearing it against h...

    Huda Fahmy (she of the hilarious @yesimhotinthis), living the oft-uncomfortable life of a visible Muslim-American young woman, navigates the inanely cliched questions, the intrusive barbs, the racial undertones, sometimes downright hostility and every once in a while, unexpected bouts ...

    Whoa. Short read, big impact. Some of it's about pizza, her husband, other normal stuff, but most of it is about all the garbage visibly muslim women (and men) have to put up with. Just a teaser: Worrying about looking suspicious for LIVING YOUR LIFE, Dealing with questions like "but...

    Read this book in one sitting, and now have a greater understanding of the struggles of Muslim Americans. This book is eye opening about how Muslims are treated on a daily basis, and parts of it while hilarious make you think ?Did nobody ever teach these people that if they can?t s...

  • Ruth
    Dec 13, 2018

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

    This was so funny and yes, I'm going to give it a ma'sha'allah! It was everything I expected it to be and by the end, even more! Sr. Huda put a sweet and powerful touch to end the book. Can't wait to see what she does going forward. Had the pleasure of exchanging a few tweets with her ...

    I received this as an E-arc from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review! I?ve been reviewing and reading a lot of internet comic artists lately who have been taking their comics and making them into books. This one is my favorite. By far. I am not a ...

    This #ownvoices collection of comics by Huda (Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda-Huda) Fhamy is a hilarious, eye-opening and entirely relatable depiction of life as a hijabi, and the various overt and covert discriminations and micro-aggressions Muslims (particularly Muslim women) face on a daily b...

    Love this artist I?ve enjoyed following Huda on Instagram and was very excited for her book. She has taught me a lot about a religion that I do not have a good understanding of, and it has taught me how to be more respectful of all people. Everyone should read it! ...

    Brilliant. (Full disclosure: I received a free e-ARC for review through Netgalley. Trigger warning for Islamophobia, racism, and sexism.) Cartoonist, educator, and former law student Huda Fahmy was born and raised in Michigan - but this doesn't stop strangers from asking her wher...

    Follow: hjbookblog.wordpress.com Yes, I'm Hot In This by Huda Fahmy is both hilarious and heartbreaking. It portrays what it's like to wear a Hijab and visibly be a Muslim in America(or just in today's world.)The book through its illustrations, portrays the stereotyping of the relig...

    I've been following Huda on Instagram for a while now, and I was SO excited when I found out she was coming out with a book. It's an easy read - full of comics I've seen before but many more that I haven't - but that doesn't mean it's a shallow read. Huda is HILARIOUS, gracious, vulner...

    So funny. So excellent. ...

    Yes she is hot in her hijab. This book has a funny and easy way to show what life is like as a Muslim-American woman. Easy read and l learned somethings. ...

    So cute and funny! Love her Instagram account and this is more of the same awesome content. My kids also loved it. Please do more! ...

    This has to be every hijabi's life story in a comic. Laughed, kinda sad, but hey I was born HOT. Support Huda and buy this book! ...

    Darius = ? ...

    Laugh out loud funny! I hesitated to include this on my shelf (on/by middle eastern women) since I feel like that would be something she might draw a panel about in this book ? since she is Michigan born.... but I feel it's relevant none-the-less. My only criticism is that Huda ...

  • Raizy
    Jan 21, 2019

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

    This was so funny and yes, I'm going to give it a ma'sha'allah! It was everything I expected it to be and by the end, even more! Sr. Huda put a sweet and powerful touch to end the book. Can't wait to see what she does going forward. Had the pleasure of exchanging a few tweets with her ...

    I received this as an E-arc from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review! I?ve been reviewing and reading a lot of internet comic artists lately who have been taking their comics and making them into books. This one is my favorite. By far. I am not a ...

    This #ownvoices collection of comics by Huda (Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda-Huda) Fhamy is a hilarious, eye-opening and entirely relatable depiction of life as a hijabi, and the various overt and covert discriminations and micro-aggressions Muslims (particularly Muslim women) face on a daily b...

    Love this artist I?ve enjoyed following Huda on Instagram and was very excited for her book. She has taught me a lot about a religion that I do not have a good understanding of, and it has taught me how to be more respectful of all people. Everyone should read it! ...

    Brilliant. (Full disclosure: I received a free e-ARC for review through Netgalley. Trigger warning for Islamophobia, racism, and sexism.) Cartoonist, educator, and former law student Huda Fahmy was born and raised in Michigan - but this doesn't stop strangers from asking her wher...

    Follow: hjbookblog.wordpress.com Yes, I'm Hot In This by Huda Fahmy is both hilarious and heartbreaking. It portrays what it's like to wear a Hijab and visibly be a Muslim in America(or just in today's world.)The book through its illustrations, portrays the stereotyping of the relig...

    I've been following Huda on Instagram for a while now, and I was SO excited when I found out she was coming out with a book. It's an easy read - full of comics I've seen before but many more that I haven't - but that doesn't mean it's a shallow read. Huda is HILARIOUS, gracious, vulner...

    So funny. So excellent. ...

    Yes she is hot in her hijab. This book has a funny and easy way to show what life is like as a Muslim-American woman. Easy read and l learned somethings. ...

    So cute and funny! Love her Instagram account and this is more of the same awesome content. My kids also loved it. Please do more! ...

    This has to be every hijabi's life story in a comic. Laughed, kinda sad, but hey I was born HOT. Support Huda and buy this book! ...

    Darius = ? ...

    Laugh out loud funny! I hesitated to include this on my shelf (on/by middle eastern women) since I feel like that would be something she might draw a panel about in this book ? since she is Michigan born.... but I feel it's relevant none-the-less. My only criticism is that Huda ...

    I had been following the artist on IG for a while. The comics are in a sort of chronological order in the book instead of just being random like online and so it's nice to follow in a story-type manner. Great job to Huda and her team! ...

    I gobbled up this book in two sittings, finished it in one day. Really appreciated Huda Fahmy's perspective as an American Muslim hijabi. (Her useful glossary at the end of the book taught me the slang word for a Muslim woman who wears a hijab!) Her collection of comics is informative ...

    *ARC was provided by Adams Media through NetGalley. I'm no stranger to Instagram cartoonists, but I actually hadn't read any of Yes, I'm Hot in This prior to the galley. I really enjoyed getting to read this genre from a Muslim American perspective - I can't speak for all cartoonist...

    This is a hilarious comic collection! It is both entertaining and informative. Huda shows many of the misconceptions that people have about Muslims in this story. People constantly as her if she?s hot in her hijab (Spoiler: She is hot). They also think she?s wearing it against h...

    Huda Fahmy (she of the hilarious @yesimhotinthis), living the oft-uncomfortable life of a visible Muslim-American young woman, navigates the inanely cliched questions, the intrusive barbs, the racial undertones, sometimes downright hostility and every once in a while, unexpected bouts ...

    Whoa. Short read, big impact. Some of it's about pizza, her husband, other normal stuff, but most of it is about all the garbage visibly muslim women (and men) have to put up with. Just a teaser: Worrying about looking suspicious for LIVING YOUR LIFE, Dealing with questions like "but...

  • Kami Bates
    Apr 02, 2019

    Sometimes funny, always truthful. An inside look into what it's like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit. The art is quite bad, amounting to little more than doodles, but it's enough to get the story point across. Received a review copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley. Al...

    I read a lot, and one of the reasons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little, homogenous Iowan bubble. Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions, bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Amer...

    I have never laughed with a book more. It was hilarious and even more than that, so accurate. So many situations that I thought only I experienced were in here and not just about hijab, about relationships, family, food. Just life. Definitely looking forward to more from her. ...

    I love how Huda Fahmy uses her humor and love for all things geeky to tell her story of what it?s like being a Muslim American woman. The art style isn?t necessarily something I like, but this was such an enjoyable read. ...

    Enjoyed this book in one sitting. Very quick light read with a lot of, ?omg that?s me? moments! Very clever and laugh out loud funny at times. ...

    A funny and straightforward look at what it's like to be visibly Muslim in America. Huda talks about wearing the hijab, sometimes needing to use the dressing room to pray, and how to answer the question, "Where are you from? No...where are you *really* from?" Honest, refreshing, relata...

    At times quite humorous and at times rather dejecting, Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab by Huda Fahmy is an insightful account of the various every day encounters Muslim women face as a result of the attire they wear for their religion. The truth is, ma...

    I would like to thank netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read this book. I follow the author on Instagram and I love this collection of her work. ...

    This was so funny and yes, I'm going to give it a ma'sha'allah! It was everything I expected it to be and by the end, even more! Sr. Huda put a sweet and powerful touch to end the book. Can't wait to see what she does going forward. Had the pleasure of exchanging a few tweets with her ...

    I received this as an E-arc from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review! I?ve been reviewing and reading a lot of internet comic artists lately who have been taking their comics and making them into books. This one is my favorite. By far. I am not a ...

    This #ownvoices collection of comics by Huda (Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda-Huda) Fhamy is a hilarious, eye-opening and entirely relatable depiction of life as a hijabi, and the various overt and covert discriminations and micro-aggressions Muslims (particularly Muslim women) face on a daily b...

    Love this artist I?ve enjoyed following Huda on Instagram and was very excited for her book. She has taught me a lot about a religion that I do not have a good understanding of, and it has taught me how to be more respectful of all people. Everyone should read it! ...

    Brilliant. (Full disclosure: I received a free e-ARC for review through Netgalley. Trigger warning for Islamophobia, racism, and sexism.) Cartoonist, educator, and former law student Huda Fahmy was born and raised in Michigan - but this doesn't stop strangers from asking her wher...

    Follow: hjbookblog.wordpress.com Yes, I'm Hot In This by Huda Fahmy is both hilarious and heartbreaking. It portrays what it's like to wear a Hijab and visibly be a Muslim in America(or just in today's world.)The book through its illustrations, portrays the stereotyping of the relig...

    I've been following Huda on Instagram for a while now, and I was SO excited when I found out she was coming out with a book. It's an easy read - full of comics I've seen before but many more that I haven't - but that doesn't mean it's a shallow read. Huda is HILARIOUS, gracious, vulner...