Amanda Tapp was born in Scotland, and has lived in 7 countries. She is a British-Chinese journalist, writer, and teacher currently residing in Cairo. She holds an MA from Kings College London in War Studies and a BA in Sociology with a minor in Literature from the Claremont Colleges. She will begin her second MA in Islamic Studies at McGill. After writing her debut novel Fay, she is currently studying Ibn ‘Arabi, immersed in the world of Sufism and mystical love, and enjoying the poetry of Rumi and Shams.

See her paper on Munajat and Ibn ‘Arabi published in Religions journal’s special issue: https://www.mdpi.com/2308118

Her novel “Fay” is now available on Amazon Kindle and as paperback:


See her post about her Hajj to Konya: