I grew up in South Africa, near Johannesburg (specifically, Boksburg, but I usually try to avoid telling people that). In 1995, I married a fantastic rooinek, which in Boksburg was still a contentious thing for some even a century after the big war. With him, I have had a whole stack of excellent adventures. He has enriched my life beyond my wildest dreams. The biggest one was no doubt our move from South Africa to Dundalk in Ireland.

The two of us have three kids, now all in their teens.


6 thoughts on “Bio

  1. Hi, Nadia, I had to make a wordpress site and thought maybe now I’ll be able to follow you here a little. I realize now that when I left comments before, you commented back at times, but I hadn’t hit the notify me box and didn’t know … sorry if I never responded!

  2. Nadia my dear – hey you’ve got a heap of all sorts of ‘things to try us’ in your life. and you always sound so upbeat and optimistic. I admire you I really do. What direction is your writing taking you nowadays? I’ve completed a second novel – as per usual, trying to find a publisher (not self-publishing, as been down this road before).

    1. I’m working on a non-fiction, and lots of other stuff happening. Might start studying soon!

      Really good to hear about the novel, and yes, the SP route is a tough one.

      Do you still see Pat Jacobs sometimes? I still owe her a reply to an email, it came at a time I was very overwhelmed and I still haven’t sat down and had a ‘chat’ with her. Please give her my regards, I still think of all of you a lot. Do the pinklings still meet?

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