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Interview With Writer And Blogger Papatia Feauxzar!

Originally posted on The Lazy Girl Edition:
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…

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COVER REVEAL : THE DUCKTRINORS

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Assalamu aleikum! This is coming soon insha’Allah! Keep you eyes out for it! Check out what readers had to say on the blog and Amazon here. Jazakh’Allah khair for reading, In peace ~ A…

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A Young Adult Book For Eid Gifting!

Bismillah, Earlier this year, I declared that I wanted to sell 20,000 copies of my young adult book The Ducktrinors : Hanifa Book 1. We’re half way through the year and to be honest, I have not sold landslide amounts. … Continue reading

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A Call To All Young Adult Readers*

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Assalamu aleikum-Peace be unto you, I’m calling upon young adult readers between 10 and 20 years old to read and review “The Ducktrinors: Book 1” on Amazon! The details: If interested, you’ll receive an…

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Book Review – The Ducktrinors by Papatia Feauxzar

A review by Hwaida over at ADropOfInkling 🙂 “A girl can dream BIG right?” Was the author’s words for her book. Not only is Papatia a big dreamer, her character Hanifa is also a girl with big dreams in a … Continue reading

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Hanifa: My First Review is In!

“I was excited to read Papatia’s Ducktrinors. The beginning was captivating and made me read more. The enthusiastic little Haneefa shone with courage and bravery from the first page itself. The author had a strong plot line and has shown … Continue reading

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