Memoir

Don’t miss the launch of Between a Rock and a Hard Place by Carsten Rasch (5 March)

MFBooks Joburg and The Book Lounge invite you to the launch of Between a Rock and a Hard Place by Carsten Rasch.

‘I may have left my abusive partner, but the trauma and shame never left me’ – Vanessa Govender discusses her memoir Beaten But Not Broken

‘I may have walked away, I may have left my abusive partner, but the trauma and the pain and the anguish and the shame have never left me.’

New book alert! Former television journalist Vanessa Govender’s shocking memoir Beaten but not Broken

This is a story of possibilities and hope; it is the story of a true survivor.

Things Even Gonzalez Can’t Fix by Christy Chilimigras – the shockingly brilliant debut memoir of a 24-year-old Greek South African

Things Even González Can’t Fix is the shockingly brilliant debut memoir of a 24-year-old Greek South African girl, Christy Chilimigras.

Michelle Obama’s memoir, Becoming, to be published in November 2018

Penguin Random House SA is proud and excited to be publishing Becoming by Michelle Obama. A global publication date of Tuesday, November …

Marah Louw chats to Malebo Sephodi about writing her memoir for the new Gautrain Virtual Bookclub

Marah Louw chatted to Malebo Sephodi about her memoir It’s Me, Marah as part of the new GautrainReads initiative.

We did not know it was the final farewell: Read an excerpt from Karina M Szczurek’s memoir, The Fifth Mrs Brink

Jonathan Ball Publishers has shared an excerpt from The Fifth Mrs Brink, Karina M Szczurek’s soul-baring memoirs of her life before, with and after her marriage to André P Brink.

Pan Macmillan South Africa to publish debut book by Iman Rappetti in 2018

Pan Macmillan South Africa has announced it will publish a memoir by well-known journalist and presenter Iman Rappetti. The book will be released in South Africa in 2018.

The Fifth Mrs Brink by Karina M Szczurek

Arriving on the doorstep of Jonathan Ball Publishers, I felt like a refugee who had sailed through treacherous waters in a derelict dinghy and found her way to the shores of a safe haven. With only my ancient fountain pen in the bag I carried, I was seeking asylum again.