Musih Tedji Xaviere was born and raised in the North West Region of Cameroon. Recently, she spends her time working as an accountant and studying for a masters degree in Economics. She can get a little geeky about books, movies, and music, but mostly she enjoys experimenting with her writing and trying her hand in different genres. When she is not doing any of the above she can be seen defending feminism in Africa. Fabiola is her first published novel.
What motivated you to become an indie author?
I became an indie author mainly because i have a passion for telling stories and unfortunately I come from a country where the publishing industry is at the infant stage.
A novel exploring the life of a young girl in an all-girl West African catholic boarding school. Fabiola, a naïve girl leaves her village for the first time to attend college miles away from home with high hopes and expectations. She is quite dissapointed on arrival at the school but must learn to embrace the unpredictable nature of her new home.