A young woman fights for love and acceptance in an unjust world.

“Wow wow n triple wow!! A brilliant writing style!
A gripping book that could not be put down until
the end…evoked a lot of different emotions.”
– Fatema

“Have…finished reading your book. I had to stop for a
few days after the post-Valentine scene as I
found it so unsettling. Probably even more so as
I know something about your background.”
– Reinette

“Well I have finished reading your book. You must have put
many many hours into the book…well done indeed.
I was very concerned reading about the GBV.
It is a subject to which I fortunately have never been
exposed to, so this was a complete eye opener…
I do hope your book reaches a wide readership.”
– Robert

“I have finished reading your debut novel. I read it in 3 days,
hard to put down. It’s easy to read but not easy reading if that
makes sense. It is very thought provoking and empowering.
I hope you have started the next one…? When I was
reading it, it was your voice that was reading it in my head.”
– Beverley

“I started reading your book. You really have a talent.
I battled to put it down. Well done.”
– Kanize

“Interesting book. Easy to read and very informative.
Well done.”
– Paul

About Me

When I was young, traditions were exciting because they brought the whole family together, cousins to play with, great food and the warmth of belonging. Then came the shift in my perspective. What were the traditions about? What impact did they have on my life? What did my religion mean to me? I asked questions, too many questions. No one liked it. Through the years my doubt grew, and I was labelled disobedient, then I was beaten for it. I was silenced and my voice was crushed. It was easier to listen, any other option ended in pain, physical, emotional, and psychological, and much more. I kept the pieces of my voice. After I escaped and pieced together the fragments of my voice, bit by bit, year after year, I found my voice. It’s time for me to use it.

When I became a mother, I was not ready. I was broken and unhappy. I damaged my children because I was submerged in my survival and figuring out how to protect them and give them the future I so desperately wanted for them.

I have a whole lot of making up to do, this, I do for them.

But first, I must write.

I am a storyteller. I am a South African author and writer. I want to share my ideas with you and bring you into my world. Come with me on an adventure to experience something new, something different and perhaps something familiar that resonates with you.

All that has changed. Over the years I have studied and worked and turned my ragged life into a success. I worked hard, and smart. Today, I have a successful career. I am no longer a victim; I am a survivor. This is my message.

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