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Th­ese days, she says she doesn’t get all that much time to read and rarely finds any­thing that can hold her at­ten­tion for too long when she does.

It was a long process be­fore she fi­nally de­cided to self­pub­lish. The big­gest mis­take she made was re­leas­ing the first book on­line through a blog and by sell­ing it on an on­line plat­form.

“Peo­ple would pay for one down­load and then they would make mul­ti­ple copies and give them away to other peo­ple. I lost a lot of money through that, so I got smarter when it came to the sec­ond and third books.”

She reg­is­tered a com­pany called Hlomu Pub­lish­ing for all of her books. She now sells them from mar­kets, her car boot and se­lected stores.

“I re­mem­ber ap­proach­ing what looked like a lib­eral book­shop in Melville. I asked the lady if I could leave a few copies there. She was scep­ti­cal and told me that she doubted they would sell and that I could come back and col­lect them in a few days.

“Less than a week later, she called me ask­ing to bring in more copies as the few I had left had sold out.”

Though she has re­grets about giv­ing away her work for free on­line Cen­tred on who start out af­ter they are (KZN) home vil about how eas­ily the men they love For those who have there is a great cult fol­lowin He is im­pul­sive and pas­siona broth­ers to find love in a wo the whole brood to at­tain gr to deal with demons from th but riv­et­ing love story. The broth­ers are tall, dark They are jeal­ous, con­trol­ling

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