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.”
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