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Fofky’s Kitchen Book Review: Tastes of the Ivory Coast

Originally posted on Ramblings of an unconventional Muslimah:
You can catch the Shoki, the Shaku Shaku, and the Azonto dance crazes on any wedding video on YouTube. Queens are wrapped tight in their Gele headwear.  Men are donning their colorful…

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Behind Picket Fences – A Review

Behind Picket Fences is the second novel of Hend Hegazi, an Egyptian-American Muslim writer who lives in Alexandria, Egypt with her husband and four children. Her second novel just like the first one is nothing short than a masterpiece masha’Allah. … Continue reading

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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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First Review of Freedom Fighter! :)

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“Could It Be Islamic and Erotic?” Guest post by Brooke Benoit

Guest post by Br00ke Benoit who is an artist, mama to six, writer, editor, Islamic fiction champion and frequent baker living a greenish life in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco (CC photo credit: Eleaf) ~Could It Be Islamic And Erotic? Muslims are … Continue reading

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