At this time her activity, as a defender of democratic and patriotic ideals, is concentrated around “Venus” library that was owned by her brothers. This library was soon turned into a meeting center for various intellectuals and enthusiasts of literature and politics who shared the same progressive views as Musine. Throughout 1944, Musine Kokalari wrote a significant amount of linguistic studies. During the same year, through the Publishing House “Mesagjeritë Shqiptare”, that was also owned by her brothers, Musine published her own two books titled “Rreth Vatrës” (“Around the Hearth”) and “Sa u tunt jeta” (“How life swayed”). These works, composed as a collection of short stories or as folksy tales, were publicly recognized and endorsed from various writers in Albania and abroad. At the same time, the author continued her work in the field of folkloric studies by collecting a substantial amount of legends and fairy tales from many Albanian cities and regions notably from Gjirokastra, Tepelena, Vlora, Elbasani, Korça, Shkodra, and Shkupi.
Unfortunately, this productive time of literary work from Musine Kokalari was stopped from a tragic period affecting individual and social spheres across Albania. The communist forces in Albania would seek to diminish the contribution and efforts against the Italian and German invaders made by other non-communist Albanian groups. Coercive force was used against many intellectuals who did not share the communists’ view on proper governing. The communists were now eager to attain governing power after the end of the Second World War. Everywhere across Albania, massacres were carried out from communists against various intellectuals, individuals who opposed them and other organized patriotic groups. This time marks a tragedy of its own in the life of Musine Kokalari. On 12 November 1944, the communist forces executed two of her older brothers Vesim and Muntaz Kokalari. The youngest of the brothers, Hamit Kokalari was spared solely because he was severely sick.