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AVC: How did your marriage to your husband work? Did it have an impact on the way you're writing?

TAM: He was the first guy I ever dated. I remember looking at him through a screen in a hotel in the United Arab Emirates and he was so handsome and handsome. I was so mesmerized by him that I thought he'd be a perfect partner for me to marry. The fact that he was a Muslim wasn't necessarily a big part of my initial attraction, but it was a huge part of it. I was like, "He's so perfect for me, I could never be anything but perfect for him." That was my primary concern.

But we dated for about a year and a half. I had met my first husband before we met with the hope that we'd be together. We were living in the same city and I was working with a non-Muslim man in another part of the country. It was the first time I'd ever really had an intimate relationship with anyone.