22_My Toughest Writing Project Yet...

My Toughest Writing Project Yet…

I didn’t know that it would be my toughest writing project yet. But you should know that I welcome growth. I welcome feeling uncomfortable, and in the last six months, have learnt that sometimes that discomfort comes with pain. Sometimes I choose experiences that help me grow, sometimes I’m thrust into it. This experience, I Read More

16_Three Titbits About A Marriage Worth Saving

Three Titbits About A Marriage Worth Saving

Yesterday, my second book, A Marriage Worth Saving, came out (woohoo!). In honour of its release, I thought I’d share some behind-the-scenes titbits about how I came to write this wonderfully emotional book. 1. The idea for A Marriage Worth Saving came from a very personal place A Marriage Worth Saving is about a couple Read More

Africa Online Book Fair Cover

The Africa Online Book Fair: 2-4 June 2017

I’m so excited to share that I will be a part of the Africa Online Book Fair! It’s the first of its kind, and a chance for African romance authors – or authors who set their romances in Africa – to share more about themselves and their books. Here’s a quick overview what you need Read More

15_Six Important Lessons to Learn to Survive as an Author

Six Important Lessons to Learn to Survive as an Author

Tomorrow, it will be one year since I got The Call offering me a two-book contract with Harlequin. It’s still surreal to think about. (Honestly though, it’s surreal to live). My life has changed a lot since that call. I’m now working full time as an author. I’m busy with revisions for Book 4, and Read More

10_My Journey to Writing Characters Who Look Like Me - Race in Romance

Race in Romance: My Journey to Writing Characters Who Look Like Me

Chances are that by now, you’ve seen a picture of me. (No? Check out the About Me page.) You’ve probably also seen the covers for my upcoming book, A Marriage Worth Saving. I love them. There are a few reasons for that, but the main is because the cover models look like me. More importantly, Read More