Weird, wonderful, you: choosing change, choosing not to change

While I’m busy with more introspective posts and articles, I might as well delve into this as well… In the newest issue of Breathe magazine (Issue 14), there is an article about being true to yourself and not changing yourself for others (“Drop the Façade” by Francesca Baker). Among other things, it’s noted that one … More Weird, wonderful, you: choosing change, choosing not to change

Micro fiction: “I stopped to smell the flower”

I stopped to smell the flower at the roadside. Its petals dripped red upon the ashen-grey ground. My back strained beneath my book-filled backpack. Them I dared not leave behind. I followed the painted flowers to a ramshackle building. There I found the artist on his knees, crying silent tears. “The paint’s finished,” he sobbed. … More Micro fiction: “I stopped to smell the flower”

International Book Giveaway! (Enter now!)

Can you believe it’s been six months since the 2017 Jozi Flash anthology was released? Me neither. But, to celebrate the six-month anniversary (and starting the six-month countdown to the next anthology), there will be an International Giveaway! *drum roll* Win free copies of eBooks by three Jozi Flash 2017 authors! Beneath the Wax by Nthato Morakabi 1723: … More International Book Giveaway! (Enter now!)

Thoughts on a C.S. Lewis quote and following your dream

“We are always falling in love or quarrelling, looking for jobs or fearing to lose them, getting ill and recovering, following public affairs. If we let ourselves, we shall always be waiting for some distraction or other to end before we can really get down to our work.” – C.S. Lewis I saw this quote … More Thoughts on a C.S. Lewis quote and following your dream