Cheyenne Lazar (1993) is a South African-born writer with as wide an assortment in nationality as in her range of creativity. Situated in the cozy KwaZulu-Natal of South Africa, she writes in the comfort of her own home. Cheyenne comes from a family of noteworthy English Skill, with her Grandfather, Archie Augustine, having written and published a collection of politically-stirring literary works. Cheyenne’s earliest literary achievement comes from the Poetry Institute of Africa, where she was published three times, from the age of eight, when she proudly took away second prize.
Young Billy was a happy boy. He spent all his sunny holidays in the large front garden and played with the many toys his parents and family had bought for him. Though he was an only child, Billy had never felt bored or lonely. He had a great imagination and was full of creative ideas to keep him busy all day.
Billy’s days followed a regular pattern – every morning he would wake up and brush his t