Why African Literature is still underrated

When you’re reading literature and you’re a writer, you know that the world is big.

You know that you’re surrounded by people with a lot of different perspectives.

But what you don’t realize is how much of that is a product of the way you grew up and what kind of person you were as a child.

So the next time you’re thinking about writing a book, ask yourself: How did I end up as an African-American author?

The answer is that, in many ways, I wasn’t.

So what’s the answer?

The first thing to realize is that I was never raised as an American.

I’m not a slave.

I wasn`t even born into slavery.

I was born and raised in Kenya.

But as a boy, I lived in what is now called South Africa.

And I would be lying if I didn’t admit that there were times when I would get the urge to write a book because I was so eager to write it.

So I would go and play basketball, go to a pub, have a beer, and just write.

But it didn`t always work out.

And then I would think, I don`t want to write about a topic that is really important to me.

And it was like that for a long time.

I didn` t want to be a writer because I wasn�t the kind of writer who wrote a lot, so I didn�t think that would be an appropriate subject for a book.

But then, over time, I realized that I did want to do a book on the history of slavery, so my wife and I started thinking about what could be done to tell that story.

So one of the things that we wanted to do was to explore the role of African Americans in history, which is the story that is often overlooked.

But at the same time, we wanted a book that we could be proud of, which meant that I needed to get my facts straight.

So when we were writing, we had to make sure that we got everything right.

We had to put in all the pieces that we had in our heads.

And we had a lot to learn.

We spent many hours and many sleepless nights writing, and we kept learning.

So it was very exciting.

But we found that in the process, we learned a lot about the history that we were trying to tell.

So we came up with a list of the books that we thought we wanted, and then we went and looked for more African-Americans.

So this book is a collection of books that you can choose from, but also the books you really don` t know what to read.

So you get a wide range of books, but there are some that really hold you in their grip.

We wanted to tell the stories that you would expect to find in a history book, but you also got a lot that are not as easy to find as they should be.

One of the main things that I wanted to show in this book was the impact that slavery had on African- Americans and people of color.

And one of those books that I really wanted to include was The Invisible Knapsack by David MacNaughton, who is a writer who is African American and he writes about the invisible, the invisible in the African- American experience.

So my book had to be an African American story, and this book had got to be about African-America and people who had been there and they needed to be told.

We were hoping that you could find some books that had some African-ness in them, that you might feel like they had some resonance with you.

And the book that I chose was The Hidden in the Sand by Mary Beth Davis, who was born in North Carolina and grew up in New York.

And when she was growing up, she grew up with the slave trade.

And so when she moved to New York, she moved in with a black family who were in the slave market.

She came to the United States in 1959 and lived in New Jersey.

And she wrote The Invisible Man in 1961.

So she was one of my first influences.

And my wife, Joanna, and I went to her house and we had this beautiful black family that lived in a trailer and she had written a novel about them.

And at the time, that was something that she had not done, but it took off.

And her novel has had a huge impact on African American history and has had the impact of not just on African Americans, but on all of us.

So in this work, you get to see what happened when a book about slavery in the United Stated was published in the 1950s.

And you get an African boy who is in a place that he never felt comfortable in before, and he becomes a writer and gets to know a woman named Alice who also grew up without the slave experience, but was able to write and wrote a novel and is now in