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Thomas Hill

Thomas Hill

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Thomas Hill is the author of "Warrior's Song," which won a Readers' Favorite award for fiction in 2011.

Mamour Dieng, a native of Senegal, is a corporate executive at Fortune 500 company who enjoys telling stories of his West African upbringing.

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Thomas Hill has spent the majority of his fifteen-year career working as an editor for traditional publishing houses. After winning an award from Readers' Favorite for his first novel in 2011 (which took third place in the paranormal category), he began teaming up with authors who were looking for fresh approaches to novel and nonfiction writing. He began his career at the University of Virginia Press and worked with Rowman & Littlefield and other academic publishers. He also currently works for an arts and culture magazine in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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Mamour Dieng

Florida, United States

Mamour Dieng an American citizen was raised in a large West African (Senegal) family in which storytelling was a time honored tradition and part of the family’s daily routine.

Dieng studied Criminal Justice in Senegal, Paralegal at CUNY and Business Administration at Walden University. He has worked as traffic manager for Liqui-Mark (Long Island, NY), in desktop support at General Electric (Fort. Myers, FL), and as Director of Customer Service at Hertz in Fort Myers FL.

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If Kundul the Younger, a Novel hits 500 pre-orders by Sunday 12 July 2020 9 A.M. UTC, then it will be pitched to 7 traditional publishers when the campaign ends. If Kundul the Younger, a Novel hits 250 pre-orders by Sunday 12 July 2020 9 A.M. UTC, then it will be pitched to 4 hybrid publishers when the campaign ends. If Kundul the Younger, a Novel hits 500 pre-orders by Sunday 12 July 2020 9 A.M. UTC, then it will be pitched to 20 publishers when the campaign ends.
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Kundul the Younger, a Novel

A young African prince comes of age during the European slave trade and finds a way to save his kingdom from ruin in "Kundul the Younger." Based on historical events with a dose of magical realism. This is a collaborative project between Thomas Hill and Mamour Dieng.

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A sixty-year-old Spanish captain arrives off the west coast of Africa in the mid-1600s, hoping to capitalize on the recent upswing in the African slave trade. While he is not very enthusiastic about becoming part of the slave trade, he surmises that this is the best way to seek his fortune. He and his crew scout around the area looking for human cargo to take with them to shores of America.

About 100 miles inland lay the seat of the vast kingdom of Wagadu, a village called Tangor, which is teeming with a vibrant culture that has seen its fair share of skirmishes with neighboring tribes and traders from the east. The king of Wagadu, Kumba Kundul Bafour, has had a relatively peaceful six-year reign. His father, the former king, had abdicated the throne at Tangor and ceded all of Wagadu's lands to his son. He retired to the western coast. Kumba's wife had died shortly after Kumba assumed his kingship. Kundul Bafour, at sixteen, in Kumba’s son and heir to the throne.

As Kundul prepares for the journey to visit his grandfather, he receives an urgent message from the town griot. The griot explains that he had a vision involving the young prince. He foretells a time when the sixteen-year-old will be in a prime position to save the kingdom. Kundul then learns of a collection of green precious stones that lay hidden in sacred caves to the north. Kundul’s journey to manhood is about to begin, and he learns of the awesome power that the stones possess. The encroachment of slave traders into the kingdom is beginning to create some confusion, but the villagers of Tangor are unaware of what is about to happen. Kundul uses the power of the stones to restore order to the kingdom after going through many trials himself that involve deception and intrigue.

Kundul proves himself worthy of the power he now has and saves his village from the invaders. A joyous celebration erupts among the villagers of Tangor. Kundul is named the new king of Wagadu by his father, who now sees that his son has proven his worth to his people. After that moment, he is known throughout Wagadu as Kundul the Younger.

Why support this book?

  • Thomas Hill is a career publishing services professional with extensive experience in composing, developing, and publishing titles in varying genres
  • Combined social media following among co-authors is 5,000, over 10,000 email contacts
  • Mamour Dieng (co-author) is a Senegalese national with strong ties to the government and media
  • Face of the publishing industry is expanding to include voices of color and stories by authors of color
  • The #BlackLivesMatter movement has cast a spotlight on black authorship and writing about black voices

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  • Ken Follett, Place Called Freedom (New York: Random House, 2010): Ken Follett takes readers on a journey through history through the eyes of a 21-year-old Scottish prisoner who ends up in slavery-era America
  • Daniel Black, The Coming (New York: St. Martin's Press, 2015): Black's book deals specifically with the slave trade and highlights the experiences of Africans prior to their journey across the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Wilber A. Smith, River God (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1994): Smith tells the story of a clever eunuch trying to survive in an ancient Egyptian society that affords him neither rights nor status.


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  • Virginia Sharpe
    on June 12, 2020, 8:55 p.m.


    • Anonymous
      on June 13, 2020, 1:29 a.m.

      Thank you from both of us.

    • Anonymous
      on June 22, 2020, 9:20 p.m.

      Thank you!!

  • Mathew Emery
    on June 15, 2020, 6:01 p.m.

    Can't wait to read your new book! Mathew and Inge

    • Mamour Dieng
      on June 19, 2020, 7:35 p.m.

      Thank you Mathew and Inge. We appreciate your support.

    • Anonymous
      on June 22, 2020, 9:21 p.m.

      Thanks guys!

  • Matthew Malloy
    on June 15, 2020, 9:04 p.m.

    Sounds like a great book. I cant wait to read it.

    • Mamour Dieng
      on June 19, 2020, 11:41 p.m.

      You will enjoy it Matthew.

    • Anonymous
      on June 22, 2020, 9:21 p.m.

      Thanks, Mr. Malloy! —Thomas

  • Natosha Safo
    on June 17, 2020, 3:02 a.m.

    Looking forward to reading the book and wishing you the best in this campaign!

    • Mamour Dieng
      on June 19, 2020, 7:38 p.m.

      Thank you Natosha. No doubt in my mind that you will enjoy reading the book.

    • Anonymous
      on June 22, 2020, 9:21 p.m.

      Thanks, Tosha!!


  • Sarah Metts
    on June 23, 2020, 7:50 p.m.

    Thomas, I am so looking forward to reading your novel!