After writing a number of non-fiction books for the Further Education and Training (FET) sector, to help students achieve their highest potential in business and entrepreneurial studies, I have at last reached out for my dream – to write a novel.
A Fated Inheritance is the result, and I have been able to embrace my interest in South African history, and its effects on modern-day society, into a story that starts in the diamond and gold mines that significantly influenced the development of South Africa.
I hope you enjoy the book and I will appreciate your review at the end. That feedback will help me to make the next book better, for you.
When Emma begins to investigate her great-grandfather’s past, she unlocks memories from the past and an inheritance fated by the greed and manipulation of mine owners and governments; and a murderous revenge that seems to embrace her friend and flatmate’s hidden past. With the police seemingly powerless to prevent more murders, they have to decide how they can avoid becoming the next victims.
Jaycey is a gentle dragon whose mission, determined at birth, takes him on adventures that are both fun and dangerous. Challenged by environmental problems, he must find ways to help put nature back into balance again. Along the way he meets Spangle, a rather unusual creature who spurs him on, but will she be able to help him to find out about his birth and his destiny?