Tag Archives: African Novelists

Jumada-II 1441/February 2020’s Book Club Pick — My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite

Assalamu aleikum! This month we discussed My Sister, the Serial Killer with Umm Ayman’s Library . Alhamdullilah. Read the transcript on the blog here. Read it at Fofky’s Blog here. Thanks,

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The Library Clerk’s e-Shop

Assalamu aleikum! ^_^ https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07ZMGTQKR How is it like for a Black immigrant Muslim woman to navigate life in the US while trying to stay legal? In The Library Clerk’s e-Shop, you get an idea. The Library Clerk’s e-Shop is set … Continue reading

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OKADABOOKS!

Assalamu aleikum dear African readers, My books are now available at OKADABOOKS  in Nigeria via the app alhamdullilah. Please spread the word to help a sister out :). See the list of the books I have out there here. Africa … Continue reading

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L’Américaine – Part 5 — Hayati Magazine (French & English)

Femta Compaoré est une mère célibataire qui tente de divorcer de son premier mari Obê quand Uthman entre dans sa vie à un point où elle croit qu’elle n’a plus d’espace dans son cœur pour l’amour. Lit sur Amazon. ©Papatia … Continue reading

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African Novelists You Should know

1. Amina N. Her debut story is titled Destiny and addresses domestic violence and love in our ummah. Amina N. is a Muslim woman who lives in Roswell Georgia. Although she resided most of her life away from her birth … Continue reading

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