Tag: From Courtrooms To Cupcakes
SAfm radio interview on Otherwise with Shado
Far less intimidating than Sunday and quite fun though thought I had said all I had to in the book…! http://iono.fm/embed/epi/103923
Did you catch my interview on Morning Live?
Scroll down the playlist to Niki Malherbe on her book http://youtu.be/YhL-QkSwu1w?list=UU8yH-uI81UUtEMDsowQyx1g Lawyer and author Niki Malherbe says her memoir gives a real life account of a high-powered legal mind who has had to deal with her life changing. The book titled From court rooms to cupcakes is an inspirational story that shares insights on working… Continue reading Did you catch my interview on Morning Live?
a gem of paper and words – The Book Lounge
As you know, I recently launched my book From Courtrooms To Cupcakes at the most quintessential of book stores, The Book Lounge, in the Eastern Precinct of Cape Town. Nestled amongst other historical buildings on Roeland Street, The Book Lounge is the kind of independently-run book store you'd dream of owning. Complete with the ideal… Continue reading a gem of paper and words – The Book Lounge
Launching at the Book Lounge
On the corner of Roeland Street on the edge of the inner city of Cape Town, is a beautiful bookshop - two doors up from Truth Coffee (another incredible place, worthy of mention at another time) and three doors up from Mavericks (not worthy of mention at any time- for several reasons, not least because… Continue reading Launching at the Book Lounge
get ready for my book launch at The Book Lounge!
So, what’s the book like?
It’s exactly one month after the book was launched and I now have enough comments on it that make it worthwhile to share some of these - especially for those of you who have yet to read it. Just the weekend before this though, Lauren Beukes, as one of a panel of fabulous speakers at… Continue reading So, what’s the book like?
My first book launch
On Thursday last week I launched my book “From Courtrooms to Cupcakes” at my home. It was a way for me to celebrate the end of the book, but of course in a way it was a beginning too. I emailed some friends and acquaintances and before I knew it, there were close to 150… Continue reading My first book launch
My route to self-publishing
Since I am about to launch my book, and the first question I am asked is who the publisher is, I feel compelled to explain why I have finally gone the self-publishing route. I submitted my edited and completed manuscript to eight of the top and supposedly main publishers in South Africa, with the required… Continue reading My route to self-publishing