Monthly Archives: March 2018

Interview With Writer And Blogger Papatia Feauxzar!

Originally posted on usranaeem:
I wanted to interview an author who’s not just famous but is also an inspiration. She’s a true symbol of hardwork and determination. She’s none other than Papatia Feauxzar. Papatia is an accountant working from home…

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IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE : THE DUCKTRINORS BOOK I & BOOK II BY PAPATIA FEAUXZAR

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
A MUSLIM YOUNG ADULT BOOK CENTERED AROUND THE DEEN DALLAS, TX — March 28th, 2018. DJARABI KITABS PUBLISHING officially released  The Ducktrinors Book I & Book II by American and Black Muslim Author, Papatia Feauxzar. The author…

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Author Spotlight: Papatia Feauxzar & Fofky’s Online Book and Coffee/Tea Shop

    Fofky’s Online Book and Coffee/Tea Shop Have you heard of Fofky’s Online Book and Coffee/Tea shop with a great selection of Muslim Fiction for adults and children? If you haven’t, don’t worry I’m here to put you on! Last … Continue reading

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Bedtime Sunnahs: Emulating the Prophet one night at a time – A Review

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Summary: This rhyming book outlines several nighttime Islamic practices for kids —and even adults— to implement before going to bed. Fostering a love for the Prophet’s Sunnah, as well as teaching children to practice good deeds…

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What Is Halal and Haram in Fiction Writing? Or Is It All a “Grey Area”?

Bismillah, I’m not a scholar but I will try my best to shed some light on the matter with some common sense and personal experience. So, let’s rephrase the question a little bit in order to answer this controversial topic … Continue reading

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Dukyarian Rectangle – An Interview With the Author

  Hayati Magazine: Today, we have a very special guest; Author Babs Soares. Soares is a former high-ranking government official. He also has an extensive international experience, having worked in an international organization for approximately twenty years. As a professor … Continue reading

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Review—The New Muslim’s Field Guide by Theresa Corbin and Kaighla Um Dayo

Originally posted on Muslim Reads:
Theresa Corbin and Kaighla Um Dayo have written the book they wish they had when they converted to Islam. Drawing on decades of experience and focusing on practical advice rather than information-dumping, The New Muslim’s…

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Review of ‘Muslim Girl-Growing Up – A Guide To Puberty’

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Summary: “How can I prepare her for this new phase? I wanted to find a resource that can explain the details of this special stage while also integrating the important aspects of it from the…

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POVs and Voice : What You Need To Know

A story strikes your mind and you wonder about how to start penning it. You start looking up great authors and novelists to try to mimic their style. Perhaps you do a decent job at it but along the way, … Continue reading

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The African Struggle: A Look Back and a Look Forward

The African Struggle continues to be thought about around the world by Africans and African descendants. While I have religious and non-religious reasons why I think black heroes deserve the spotlight daily, at the grassroots level,  and that attention on … Continue reading

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To Get a Marriage License or Not to Get One?

Bismillah, Many Muslim couples wonder if they should get a secular marriage license in addition to their Islamic marriage contract. To answer this question we need to realize that it’s a case by case issue. I have seen many scenarios … Continue reading

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