Born and raised in the small town of Ficksburg, South Africa, his love for the English tongue eventually led him to literature. When he is not writing, he picks up a camera and makes short films or the occasional still photograph. But without fail, he always comes back to literature. He sometimes indulges in scriptwriting, but without fail, he always comes back to prose.
How old are you?
I'm old enough to confidently declare that storytelling is the only thing that has kept the human race sane. Or perhaps less crazier than it can possibly be.
Is that what made you decide to become a writer?
Of course. Storytelling, be it film, photography, literature, has kept me alive. It is life itself.
Ilorin and her companions set out on a perilous journey to a mythical place called Ntswanatsatsi. Legend has it that this is where life springs from. Their mission? To bring one of their own back from the dead. However, what stands in their way is an army of Thokolosi, creatures no mortal has ever seen and lived to tell the tale for their sole purpose is to protect Ntswanatsatsi.
What if the things that truly matter (love, happiness, empathy) were not naturally attainable to human beings, thus, forcing humans to physically search for them. What would you do to attain happiness? Or rather, if happiness was a commodity, what would you not do to have it? Hunting Locke and his friends set out on a perilous journey to attain the one thing every human on this planet longs for.