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About FATIMA KOISE
Fatima Koise is the author of 18 self-published books, including Bella-The African Cinderella, The Nine Princesses, Bella and the Pigmies, The Princesses Collection, etc all available on Kindle and the Amazon Stores. Her short story collection, Darkest of all nights was released in March 2017 and her fiction novel for adults, The Silent Wife released in July, 2017.
Writing is her passion, but more important is the feedback she receives from her readers. Fatima is always available to answer any
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Titles By FATIMA KOISE
It re-tells the story of Princess Raya’s story, the long haired girl, Rapunzel the fairy by Friedrich Schulz published since in the 1790’s from an African perspective.
“Princess Raya” the long-haired girl re-tells the story of Rapunzel the fairy by Friedrich Schulz published since in the 1790’s from an African perspective.
Princess Raya used to live with her mother. One day, she was kidnapped by an evil witch and made to live high in a lonely and deserted tower. Until, one day,a tiny bird appeared from the blues. Will Princess Raya be able to maintain her long, beautiful hair? Will she be able to escape from the evil clutches of the wicked witch? Please find out as you order the amazing book now.
Nanya wanted to prepare her brothers for future leadership of the land. She took them to a Military School high up in the Adama hills. But, the brothers have a daunting task for Princess Nanya……..Can she deliver?
Princess Nadife is one of the most widely celebrated and adored princesses in Africa. Amongst many of her myths are the her taking over the domains of other Princes, Princesses and Kings.
Unlike other princesses, whose roles were defined and whose domains were limited, Princess Nadife moved from conquest to conquest usurping lands, properties and resources. After much devastation, Nadife's strategy and approach to issues changed.
One day, the king’s wife died a sudden death. The king was very unhappy that he decided to stay the rest of his life without another woman.
The king knows that he can never get another wife like the Queen who was loving, kind and obedient.
The king wanted a woman who would put on his former wife’s bracelet comfortably.
One day, the kingsmen informed the king of the need for him to get another wife. That the kingdom feels lifeless without one.
The kingsmen informed him that the best woman for him in the entire kingdom is his foster daughter, Princess Laylah.
The king, being in his sixties, and a man of deep cultural values, saw no problem with the matchmakers” suggestion. So, they went about making arrangements for the wedding.
Princess Laylah has always considered the Queen as her mother. She deeply obeyed her as a child would a mother. The Princess did not know that she is an adopted child. No one told her.
The mother’s house has broken chairs, dirty paint and ugly curtains. These things that other women of her class would not have noticed, made the mother resentful. She dreams of having lush carpets, vast living rooms, with elegant furnitures for other women to envy.
The people ran, closed their shops and homes. Many flee to the neighboring townships in fear for their lives. The Anaconda has an annual demand of eating a sixteen year-old girl.
Many girls were offered as a sacrifice to the Anaconda on an annual basis. Prior to its coming, the Anaconda sends out a cry alerting the kingdom that it is soon going to be on its way.
Moona unexpectedly married to a king, finds herself trapped in a gender-based tussle. As she struggles to wriggle out for her freedom—her fate and that of the entire kingdom hangs in the balance: a conspiracy theory leaves her bewildered until a mysterious frog rescued her out of her dilemna.