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  • #10

    u=102326 (Sunday, 05 May 2013 21:50)

    I just shared this on Myspace! My buddies will really enjoy it!

  • #9

    Heidi Brummer (Tuesday, 07 June 2011 10:42)

    I loved your article in the British paper "Telegraph" about your first impressions of Durban in the 70th. Then how everything changed and Durban now. I also arrived in Durban for the first time about 50 yrs. ago and how we as a family have seen the changes. We came from the Far East and we spoke German and English but had never heard Afrikaans nor Zulu before. Our children have emigrated to America and another member of our family, our son and his family, are off to the States next month. But, my South African husband and I love living here.

  • #8

    Kit Frazier (Wednesday, 20 April 2011 13:26)

    Hello fellow Indie pub :)

  • #7

    Dave (Wednesday, 19 January 2011 15:56)

    I might buy something to read on the plane when I fly back to SA next month. Love your book covers.

  • #6

    Brigitta (Tuesday, 31 March 2009 04:54)

    I read all about you at last! Your books look really interesting and i just love Leon Chameleon PI.See you soon.

  • #5

    wismar (Tuesday, 24 March 2009 13:16)

    Hello, I have had a look at the sorecfull and very informative homepage. A lot of fun with the other creation and lots of love from the Baltic Sea.

    Holger from Wismar

  • #4

    margaret laing (Tuesday, 27 January 2009 04:01)

    hello there
    Your site is looking fantastic!
    Look forward to seeing the next book appear on it

  • #3

    Shelley (Thursday, 15 January 2009 14:14)

    Hi Janet, I just loved reading the first chapter of The Breadwinners, I will be the first to buy it when it comes out, please let me know. Brings back so many memories of the bread bakery days. Thanks for letting me know. Look forward to it. Shelley

  • #2

    Shelley Olivier (Friday, 09 January 2009 14:28)

    Hi Janet, Congratulations on your home page, very impressive. Didnt realise you had published so many books, what happened to the manuscript I read, set on the Berea? That was great.

  • #1

    Margaret Knight (Monday, 05 January 2009 13:52)

    Hi Janet - well done - don't quite know how this guestbook works though!

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