I am a Middle class South African working two jobs and still make time for my true passion.. writing...
"Write without pay until somebody offers to pay." -Mark Twain
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in a middle class family, and thus never had the money to study further. My Grandfather told me at a young age that even when you think you have nothing in life, you should sit and concentrate on the little you do have. I did this and the only little I did have was to write stories. All you need to write is your brain, and a computer I guess. You need to tap into your imagination. We all have that.
What's the story behind your latest book?
I took a long time writing this book as I am doing two jobs . In the time this book was written I have had a lot of death in my family. I guess this in returned helped me zone in and concentrate more on what was important in this book. Death becomes easier to write about as you experience it more yourself.
Follow the full year inside the life of a middle-class South African. Every Chapter is a monthly look at the difficulties one faces being a middle-class South African. The Middle-class are often overlooked with regards to most financial aspects regarding schooling and housing as they are considered to be too rich, but don't have funds to even own a home.
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English (South African dialect).
Published: February 9, 2019.
Fiction » Horror » Ghost
Corbin and two school friends plan to prank a popular girl in order to teach her a lesson. Things turn bad fast, years later Corbin heads the Murder and Robbery Unit in the Police force and realise that their past has come back to haunt them in a way they could never have imagined.