Woordfees 2020: Moenie Jodi Picoult se Skype-onderhoud met Deborah Steinmair en Sara-Jayne Makwala King misloop nie! (10 Maart)
Jonathan Ball Uitgewers nooi jou graag na die Skype-bekendstelling van Jodi Picoult se eerste roman in Afrikaans, Die belydenis.
‘Born the wrong colour – so I had to die’: Sara-Jayne King talks about identity, adoption and her memoir Killing Karoline
Author, journalist and Cape Talk presenter Sara-Jayne King spoke to the BBC’s Andile Masuka recently about identity, adoption and her harrowing memoir, Killing Karoline.
Don’t miss the launch of A Person My Colour: Love, Adoption and Parenting While White by Martina Dahlmanns
Modjaji Books and The Book Lounge are thrilled to invite you to the launch of Modjaji’s latest memoir, A Person My Colour: Love, Adoption and Parenting While White by Martina Dahlmanns with contributions by Tumi Jonas-Mpofu.
This Is How It Is a ‘refreshing, poignant and wide-ranging’ (Helen Moffett) collection of real life experiences: 52 stories, prose and poetry, that tell of a man who is anxious about an HIV test; a child with an alarming nose for gossip and a girl who is saved by the enemy in a war zone.
International rugby referee Jonathan Kaplan chats about becoming a rookie solo dad and his new book, Winging It
Kaplan’s son, Kaleb, was born by surrogate, and Winging It is the disarmingly frank and scrupulously honest account of how Kaplan navigates the choppy waters of solo parenthood.
Tracy Going chatted to Cape Talk’s Sara-Jayne King about her new memoir, Brutal Legacy.
Don’t miss the launch of Tracy Going’s searing, heartbreaking memoir Brutal Legacy at The Book Lounge
What had started off as a fairy-tale romance with a man who appeared to be everything – charming, handsome and successful – had quickly descended into a violent, abusive relationship.
Born Karoline King in 1980 in Johannesburg, she is the result of an illegal affair between a white British woman and black South African man during apartheid.
Born Karoline King in 1980 in Johannesburg South Africa, Sara-Jayne (as she will later be called by her adoptive parents) is the result of an affair, illegal under apartheid’s Immorality Act, between a white British woman and her black South African employee.