It’s been a month since Mine was released into the world! The reaction to the book has been phenomenal – from bookstagrams and Tweets to blogger and press reviews.
Continue reading “Vlog: Mine’s first month in the world”
I’ve been to my fair share of literary dinners. The recipe is simple: good food, good wine, good company. You can’t go wrong. Plus, guests always have one topic of conversation in mind: books!
Continue reading “Book your place at an unforgettable evening”
I’ve got some cool events scheduled in the coming months. If you’d like to hear more about my new novel or get your copy signed, come along and say hi.
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It’s been a giddy week, full of wonderful messages of support from readers. Mine has been out for a few weeks and reviews are starting to appear online. I absolutely adore the amazing book posts on Instagram. But I’ll do a blog about that soon.
Continue reading “Mine launched in Cape Town”
Interested in giving Mine a try, but not sure where to find it? Good news! I’ve done the comparison shopping for you.
Continue reading “Buy a copy of Mine now”
Local is lekker, as we say in South Africa. I’ve joked before that you can’t throw a stone in Cape Town without hitting a writer, but that’s definitely not a bad thing. We have a feast of wonderful local books spanning every genre – thriller, crime, fantasy, romance, poetry, young adult, non-fiction.
Continue reading “Local books to love this February”
It’s World Read Aloud Day and also my book birthday! That means Mine is officially available online and in stores right now!!
To celebrate, here’s a short reading I recorded for the #WRADChallenge2018.
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In a few weeks’ time (or less, oh my god) my latest novel Mine will hit South African shelves.
So far, I’ve been describing the book as a love story. And it is.
Continue reading “Mine, so what’s it all about then?”
The clock is counting down to MINE’s official release and I CAN’T WAIT.
Continue reading “Vlog: Meet the characters from my new book”
If this is the first time you’ve found yourself reading my blog, here are two important pieces of information:
1. I love LEGO.
2. I’m probably the biggest Agatha Christie fan in South Africa.
Continue reading “Celebrating Agatha Christie with LEGO”