Born and raised in the Eastern Cape, I developed a love of reading before I was a teenager. My passion for story-telling was evidenced by my inventive mind and imaginative stories I used to tell my youngest brother. Reading encouraged me to write. I aim to write stories that matter to people and to write them in a language that presents a challenge to a young reader. It is my dream to encourage a culture of reading in my country because I have personally experienced the benefits of it.
Letsema plans to make his first year in high school a positive experience that will set the tone for the rest of his high school career. When a prefect decides to make life hell for him, he has no choice but to appease him. His social life takes on a unusual turn when he meets a girl that he likes and admires
Senyethe: Ho atisa leruo la hao ho matsohong a hao ke buka e lekang ho fana ka tlhahiso leseding ka tsa mmaraka wa thekisetsano ya diabo. E ngotswe ke motho ya ithutileng ka bo yena ho reka a rekisa diabo ho mmaraka ona oo dikgwebo tse batlang ho kolletsa tjhelete ya ho hodisa kgwebo tsa bona di ngodisang maqhetswana a tsona ka ho ya ka bokgoni le boholo ba tsona.
His Joy: The life of Nell as Makoti is about the life of a Basotho makoti. Life as makoti is not easy and Nell finds out exactly how tough it can be. The remoteness of the village from civilization is the main catalyst that exacerbates the difficulty that this white woman encounters in trying to impress her in-laws. Tears are shed and love is tested.