I think I’m a writer because I read books as a child faster than they could be printed. There was a shortage of books in the 80’s – you may have heard about it – and it was my fault. So I decided to chip in, like the paper manufacturers who plant a tree for each one they cut down. I’m here to show you pieces of my first novel, a story about Africa, drinking and the meaning of life. And once in a while, I’ll talk about what it’s like to be a writer right before the world finds out you are one.
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