Biographie de l'auteur Seydou Badian Kouyaté est un écrivain et homme politique malien. Après des études de médecine à l’université de Montpellier en France, il rentre au Mali. Proche du premier président Modibo Keïta, il écrit les paroles de l’hymne national, Pour l'Afrique et pour toi, Mali. Il est nommé ministre de la Coordination économique... Continue Reading →
Author is mostly known for Maggie Anderson is known for her campaign to buy only from black enterprises in 2009. Margarita Anderson and her family made history and dominated headlines as national media covered their year-long stand living exclusively off Black businesses, professionals, and products for an entire year. This first-ever real-life case study in... Continue Reading →
I have recently read several african romance novels that I would like to share with you my beloved readers. I strongly recommend these novels that are very easily available on the web. Some of these books, I have read years back, while others I have completed quite recently. Romance is my choice of novel to... Continue Reading →
Ramadan ended two weeks ago. May Allah (SWT) accept our prayers and grant us a fulfilling life. Amen! EID MUBARAK! A big thank you to all of the people reading alongside me . I thank you for the support. You are awesome! How did it go?Well, I have read 4.5 books. It means that technically I have completed... Continue Reading →
Today is day 20 of Ramadan. We have to fast 29 days (or 30) which means I have 10 days to go. A big thanks to all the people reading alongside me, even though you have not officially enter the challenge . I thank you for the support. You are awesome! As of Today, I... Continue Reading →
Qui est Petit Piment? Jeune orphelin de Pointe-Noire, Petit Piment effectue sa scolarité dans une institution catholique placée sous l’autorité abusive et corrompue de Dieudonné Ngoulmoumako. Arrive bientôt la révolution socialiste, les cartes sont redistribuées, et Petit Piment en profite pour s’évader avec des jumeaux à la brutalité légendaire, abandonnant ainsi son meilleur ami, qui refuse... Continue Reading →
I recently read books that kept me thinking long after I put them down. If you are wondering what to read this summer, your search is over. These five novels will blow your mind.
The Ramadan Challenge is back for a Third year! This challenge has always been incredible for me. It allows me to discover so many talented writers hailing from North Africa.In 2013, I was very optimistic and challenge myself to read 7 books for the whole month. As you know, I was not on target. You can read... Continue Reading →