Sue Randall


I was born in 1965 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Africa is a hot country. There are lions, eagles, monkeys and snakes in the middle of Johannesburg (at the zoo). As a young child, I developed the bad habit of writing with my left hand, but these days I use a keyboard and three fingers: two on my left hand, and one on my right. And a thumb sometimes.

I have a Master's degree (Wits University, 2006) in research psychology and I enjoy some statistics and analytical stuff. My past life memories were a huge problem for a long time, but it's all sorted out now. (It was just a little hard to get my head around how that could have happened, but it really did).

I work as a freelance academic editor, and as a creative writer, and as a Reiki healer and past-life hypnotherapist. I still live in Johannesburg, where it is still very hot, except when it's cold.

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South of Nirvana
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 154,320. Language: English. Published: April 21, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General, Fiction » Religious
After being involved in a car accident, Andy quits her job in the corporate world and moves to a retreat centre in rural South Africa. She quickly finds out that there are many not-so-enlightened gurus around, while the true teachers may remain hidden in the background. Her anecdotes of retreat centre life runs the gamut from irreverent and hilarious to scholarly and seriously philosophical.

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buddhism    enlightenment    guru    hermit    hillcrest    laundry    life style    meditation    nirvana    pseudo gurus    retreat    retreat centre    yoga