House of Grace by Jurgen Troy Namupira

House of Grace is a gospel anthology motivated by divine grace which is the main theme. Every poem in the anthology is introduced by a biblical verse to give the poem a greater biblical meaning.

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Jurgen Troy Namupira is a young and enthusiastic Zimbabwean boy based in South Africa studying along the way. He was born in the year 1996 and grew up in Zimbabwe.

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My Words In Volumes – Emotions of A Poet by Musa Gift Masombuka

Have you ever felt that the world inside you is building up into a bitter taste? Has life to you seem to be very promising but at the end the ends couldn’t meet? Have you been spiritually abused? Is life starting to become your worst nightmare and the people closer to you seem to be invisible because you are too absorbed in your thoughts? Is your rosy garden filled with thorns that pricks at you every time happy moments strike? Is life to you becoming more like a daydream dressed like a nightmare, wishing that you could one day wake up and find the storm all over? Are you suffering the emotional torture and life to you has started to be meaningless? How do you feel? Do you have some magic moments you would like to share but do not know how to express them in words? Are you a cupid spreading love to others and want to express it more in a poesy way? Are stuck in a middle of a love struck and would like to get over it? Do you have reminiscent memories that are sheer than the shining moon and beautiful like the night sky full of stars? Life can be wonderful sometimes.

Are you still struggling to forgive and forget about the apartheid leap that has drenched the blood of fellow South Africans? Have you travelled and lived in your friend’s souls and would like to express your emotions about what you experienced? Are you a man of nature and has a thing for the animals and creatures? Do you appreciate your life and very thankful for as long as you breathe? Have you seen the struggle of life? Those horrifying moments when everyone has turned the back on you and felt like you are in your own planet of troubles and helplessness? Have you ever sat down and looked at life from a different angle and see things that not everyone could ever see? Has that helped you enough to can confess that you understand life much better?

Poetry marks one of the shortest ways to express thoughts and emotions, it has been divided into a wide of ranges where writers express themselves in different emotions and situations. Poets put their pens on the paper to console their emotions and also to send us an important message about their experiences in life, they are our messengers of life. Poets and writers have always been regarded as the titanium towers because their souls are undefeatable for they find healing and rehabilitation in their writings. Writing also serves as a big part of the rehabilitation process. No matter how you feel, this book is designed for you with emotions and moments to share.

My Words In Volumes – Emotions Of A Poet has been written for everyone with a troubled soul. It is a book that will help you deal with all your solutions by healing your soul while making you strong. It is again aimed to teach you the important lessons of life and prepares you to all the walks of life. The poems has been carefully selected and well penned for you to get the message while healing your broken soul.

My Words In Volumes – Emotions Of A Poet is well written poetry book with 50 poems that explores emotions of a poet from his personal; public; social and economic experience. It is suited for both school and personal read. It explores different poetic structures; themes and techniques. It’s contents consists of 50 poems; foreword by Indian poet Diapayan Nair; Foreword by English Language and Literature lecture of Chandikol University Prof. Rajendra K. Padhi. It is a best book you’ll ever read.

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Musa Gift Masombuka-born on 1st April 1998, bred in Siyabuswa and grew up at Regae township in Marble Hall, South Africa. First son on his mother’s and last on his father’s side. Went to Mohlah-lane Primary school and Majatladi Secondary school. Published poet at an early age of 15, he published two anthologies and a short story book. He is a writer of mixed genres but mostly based on poetry, he also wrote a novel titled Family Riots which was lost by a good friend of him during the typing procedure. He is an arts activities group leader at his community. A SATMA Awards Best Poet nominee of 2014, Young Writers Awards finalist of 2016 for Best Poet with “The Collected Poems”. Musa has explored South Africa through his writings, reciting poems and accompanying performing artists of his community. He also works as an agent for most of his underground artists whom are dreaming of light, to promote and help them get their talents exposed to the world. He calls his promoting project “Musa Gift Masombuka Artworks” where is working with people like Fana Sooka; Tumelo Ngobeni and Thabang Makena.

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Beneath the Silver Rainbow by M Shah-Luchey

We cannot ruin the fruit within these pages. We cannot spoil it.

But we can tell you it’s quite a journey. Leanora wants to tell you about what happened to her in the eighth grade. She wants to tell you about float time. She wants to discuss motherhood and love. Join her on her journey!

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Author M. Shah-Luchey is the breakout author of Beneath the Silver Rainbow. She writes and enjoys the spoils of the Finger Lakes region of New York where she calls home. Please visit the author website at for more details.

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Boomerang by Temba Magorimbo

Kangira loves the woods. With a tree stuck between his knees, his piercing short handle axe like tool working, his files and other equipment he creates stunning carvings that even the white ruling class come down to his rural home to see. There is a clash when his uncles the chief passes away. According to their customs and culture, Kangira is the next in line but someone else side steps him and claims the crown.

Disappointed, he moves homes down about a hundred kilometres away to start his own clan. Years later he is ailing. Who fathered Richmond adopted by Kangira’s son and a young man who is at home in carpentry and wood carving as well? Why is there such a coincidence?

There is a young lady called Judith in love with Wallace. But why does a man dump a young and lovely wife hundreds of kilometres away in a rural enclave where the facilities are just basic for two years almost. She loses her pregnancy. Years later who is responsible when she falls pregnant in the absence of Wallace?

Judith’s daughter is called Ndanatsiwa. She grows to cause a family circus and furore. She is pregnant at fourteen of a young boy aged nineteen who melts when the fire gets hot. Later on she is into her early thirties and unmarried when she meets Richmond. She worries about Richmond’s past.

One of Kangira’s blood brothers has a son who likes to remind Richmond that he is out of contention in the family will. Ndanatsiwa has a relative or a friend who is spilling out all the beans each time she has a serious date who starts considering marriage. She consoles her misfortunes in her friend Lydia Shashe who is a ravishingly beautiful nursing sister with a degree. Ndanatsiwa is a legal practitioner.

She falls out with Richmond. There is a party, someone has had too much to drink and they berate Richmond on his bachelor status at his age and that he is not of the Kangira family, he was adopted. The cats fly out of the bag and the skeletons out of the closets. Another drunkard pin points the paternal and maternal side of Richmond.

What a firework?

Now that Richmond knows his past and Ndanatsiwa stumbles on her paternity, will it change their future?

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Temba Magorimbo was born on 09 August 1966, Tuesday in the then Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) in Gwelo (then) now Gweru. His father was a British South Africa Police (BSAP) officer from 1960 to 1977 while his mother was a housewife. He grew up circulating Gwelo’s police camps like Mkoba, Mutapa, Old Camp and Monomutapa as the family moved residences until he started school in 1973 at Bumburwi Primary in Mkoba for a term. The family moved to Senga from 2nd term 1973 until he concluded his primary education in 1979. He did his high school briefly (two weeks) at Nashville High in Gweru before moving to Ascot in 1980 until 1983. He is currently married to Itayi with whom they have two daughters. He is a government bursar since 1989.

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A Teaspoon of Death by Sarthak Khurana

The defense ministers of three enemy countries, China, USA, and Russia, have been murdered simultaneously on the same night. The countries suspect each other and are preparing for war without a defense minister, a war which would inevitably lead to a world war.

Wilston Sebastian, a mastermind criminal who operates from the the most secure jail, is accused to be the cause of the global unrest. The popular opinion is to put him, forth the victim counties and delay the war. But the judge, being an old friend of Wilston, doesn’t go with the popular opinion. He, instead, gives Wilston three days to solve three continental murders from his cell. He sends out his trusted friend and a warden of the jail, to further investigate the murders. But that doesn’t prove to be of any help. Instead, they fall deeper into the dark plots of their antagonists. The tables of odds turn against them every time they seem to progress.

Will Wilston Sebastian be able to prove his innocence and stop the war that would be the end of humanity?

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Her Heart by Tumelo Moleleki

Destiny has a way of bringing people together….

Tseko was looking at the portrait intently. It vividly captured the personalities of the beings depicted there: a pretty white girl, whose hair was held by a beautiful black woman, and a man of confidence who was facing away. She admired the hands, whose brush gave it color and life.

The man in the picture was her brother, Moatli, the master of the house, a man she barely knew because he was eleven years older than her, and he was sent abroad for his studies so she rarely saw him. The woman holding the hair of the white woman was his wife, Eletseha. She lived within the vicinity of the farm but not in the house of her brother, and she wondered why. The pretty white woman on the foreground was Nell, who interestingly shared some of Tseko’s physical traits. In fact, there was a striking resemblance between them. The only difference was the color of their skin, although for a Mosotho woman Tseko was fair by standards—the color of coffee.

She lived in the servants’ quarters with Dira, a girl for whom she had an unusual affection. She was new there, and Dira had been staying there all her life. Her facial features were familiar. She somehow saw it in her brother and…herself.

Each one was connected to the other. And as the mystery of this family unraveled, their lives abruptly changed with each piece of revelation that tore their hearts. But with each tear shed, the bond between them strengthened.

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Born and raised in South Africa, Tumelo Moleleki developed her passion for writing stories at a young age. She works as an IT consultant to earn her living and to finance her writing.

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His Joy by Tumelo Moleleki

His joy is the 2nd book in the Her Heart series.

When Nell goes to Moatli’s grandmother’s home, in a village in the rural part of the country, she finds the living conditions there less than desirable. She has to learn the native tongue that is spoken by the family while at the same time discharging the traditional duties of being a Mosotho man’s new wife. ‘Malefa does not want to accept this makoti because she does not believe that she is suitable for her grandson. She pushes Nell to the breaking point and causes her to collapse. Can ‘Malefa see beyond Nell’s race to the person that she is? Can she appreciate that Nell is embracing their way of life even though she could walk away and that Moatli would not be able to make her stay? It is a story of love and forgiveness, a story of hope and the triumph of life over adversity.

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Born and raised in South Africa, Tumelo Moleleki developed her passion for writing stories at a young age. She works as an IT consultant to earn her living and finance her writing.

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The Dry Tears of A Bleeding Child by Tumelo Moleleki

Elizabeth, along with her younger brother, Lawrence, is a virtual slave living on a farm owned by the Forsythes. She depends upon Charles Forsythe, her cruel master, for everything. He extends his hold over her by raping her and as a result she becomes pregnant. It is while she is in hospital giving birth that she glimpses a life that is possible beyond her miserable existence, mainly because of the kindness shown to her by a young white male nurse.

Elizabeth has nothing, and even the child, whom she has named Jordan after the young nurse, is taken from her by the Forsythes who rename her.

Her only hope is Charles’ mother, a kind lady who visits occasionally from England. Over time she realises the state of affairs and attempts to right the wrongs done to Elizabeth and her brother.

But Elizabeth is not free. A chance meeting with the nurse, now a doctor, again gives her a glimpse of a different kind of life, but a different fear holds her back. Will she ever be free and happy?

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Born and raised in South Africa, Tumelo Moleleki developed her passion for writing stories at a young age. She works as an IT consultant to earn her living and finance her writing.

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The Spirit of The Optimist by Isaac Tlaka

The Spirit of the Optimist is a story told by Gemini Ramalahla whose hope for the best in his life got lost after he had failed to raise six thousand rand registration fee for his Social Work studies at the University of Limpopo. When he introduces himself to a certain guy by theme of Conscious whose biggest dream was to one day publish his poetry anthology, Gemini astonished him (Conscious) by the pessimism that he (Gemini) was characterized of, which was what Conscious condemned most. Therefore, along their friendship journey, Conscious never gave up on persuading dejected Gemini to retrieve his hope. As the story reaches through, Conscious’ poetry anthology got published that he even earned enough for the anthology he had compiled. Out of unselfishness he (Conscious) open heartedly granted Gemini with some of the money and told him that with it he could further his studies in order to realize his dream of becoming a Social Worker. So in this story, Gemini narrates about the pivotal role that his friend, Conscious played to end up realizing his dream of becoming a Social Worker. Gist of this fictional novel is Hope, which the author’s intention is to plant it to each and every spiritually fractured one. It also explores the theme of passion and hard work.

The book is written by Isaac Tlaka and published by STRONGMIND PRODUCTION IN WRITING (PTY) LTD, in April 2015.

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Inspired by Daniel Paul

Following his first successful and highly acclaimed book; ‘The Psychology of Success’ a 110 page motivational masterpiece that tackles issues such as how to define personal success, conditions that hinder your success, a dream that yields success, failure and the effects of failure and change that can make you successful. Author Daniel Paul returns once more with a highly inspirational book called Inspired. The book is a follow up of the first one and surpasses motivation.

The Psychology of Success was a book on dreams, desires and how to achieve them. It was a book that revitalized your once lost desire for success, but could not inspire you to carry on when you face challenging situations. We know before a dream is achieved, it passes through four stages. In the first stage the dream is conceived. After conception the dream is believed to be possible and achievable. In the third stage the dream faces consideration. In this stage (Consideration stage) the dreamer weighs with all possible discretion how he/she can approach success. In this stage the dream needs enough support so that when it comes into the real world the conditions and atmosphere faced does not choke it to death. When the dream is not prepared for it fails the moment it arrives into the real world.

Many of the dreams have died in this stage. With the book Inspired, Daniel gives you the right motivational tools that will inspire you to carry on in the face of challenges. This book will give you the right attitude you need to carry on in times of perilous circumstances. Daniel is also commended for writing the book with style that will enhance prowess in the face of challenges.


“I stand in awe of Daniel’s courage and determination. ‘Inspire’ is a warm, heartfelt, honest, tender and glowing book which I will certainly share with many of my personal invaluable, compassionate and spiritual harvest of redemptive insights that will both excite and challenge the reader. The affirming message of success in the book is a must read, a gem to be treasured. I have read this book cover to cover, put it down and was so moved that I could not speak for hours; it’s timeously poignant and every word rings with truth and kindness with a broader and more discerning brush that paints a vivid picture of how inspiration can take you through the pathway of success. I heartily recommend this book and its moving anecdotes to anyone wishing to get turbo-charged for greater success.” – Elijah Tembo: Brand Ambassador, Seasoned Speaker and Author of Flower of Achievement, Hope Changes Everything, Progressing in the Right Direction, The Business Devotional and O Level Commerce Course book.

The book is really straight to the point. Very readable….it’s easy to follow and understand of which one of the most important aspects a book should have is readability. It’s also very conversational. It’s like you’re actually talking to an individual and motivating them on a personal level. And the way it’s structured allows non-readers to give reading a try. It’s spaced out quite nicely. It’s not just one whole huge depressing chunk of writing. What’s in there is all a person needs to know. There is no unnecessary information that elongates the book for no reason. I found this easy to read and interesting. – Chenge Zvomuya I B.A University of Pretoria I Inspired Editorial Team Member.

For as long as you are alive, you will never be immune to the need for something that pushes you from where you are to where you need to be. One such way is when you glean on some-thing motivational. I find quotes being useful nuggets or building blocks for my own growth and improvement. There is one room you can never fill; it is called the room for improvement. Quotes you will find in this wonderful book will boost your confidence and show you clearly that you too are a candidate for success. Like the subtitle says, this book is about inspiration that you need every single day. I urge you to internalize these nuggets and use them daily. This is the kind of book you can buy in dozens to become a blessing to those around you. Do not hold onto inspiration; take part in the spreading of the inspiration fire around your sphere of influence. Daniel has given you a tool to grow your influence. Use it. – Rabison Shumba, Author, Speaker, Trainer, Business Consultant. Johannesburg, South Africa.

Book Target Audience

Who should read this book;

  • People who lost hope
  • Business owners & entrepreneurs
  • Leaders & Mentors
  • Coaches dealing with transforming people
  • People looking for success

Benefits from the book;

  • It helps build your self-confidence.
  • You are taught the actual steps to take.
  • It stimulates your creativity.
  • You are able to learn the success secrets of the masters.
  • It gets you motivated.
  • It teaches or reminds you on the right attitude to take.

Author Bio

Daniel entered the public speaking arena on a full time basis and formed his own company, Mindset Renewal Coaching Center. The company provides motivational materials, workshops, seminars, professional and personal development programmes aimed at individuals, companies and organizations.

Daniel is not only a renowned speaker but an Entrepreneur and CEO of Dillion Training International a corporate training, consultancy and; he is also the author of two highly acclaimed successful books, The Psychology Of Success and Motivation For Success And Progressing Beyond Limits. He is also a former motivational columnist with Witbank News and has done motivational talks around the country in Schools, Churches, Companies, including outside.

Daniel is one person whose focus is in understanding and stimulation human potential, utilizing powerful delivery and newly emerging insights to teach, inspire and channel people to new levels of achievements.

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Question: What made you decide to write a book?

Answer: I was motivated by passion to see people successful, in other words I can say it was somewhat spiritual and psychological encounter. I was compelled by love of personal success.

Question: What inspired you to write this book?

Answer: It was the love of God that constrained and motivated me. We a know where to start. So, I wanted to simply lay a solid and simple to grasp foundation that even the common man can find easy to amass.

Question: Challenges faced along the way.

Answer: I didn’t face any challenges I can recall. I learned from former successful writers, so, my path was smooth.

Question: The future of this book:

There are so many plans for this book and I tell you it’s going to be first in the literature world. I am aiming to have the book reach even the presidential table. The path is lean though, but through assistance and insights from my fellow writers I know we can make it. This book is a beginning of a new error of Personal Success.

Question: Any other book or books in the pipeline:

Answer: I do have other books coming by all talking about success. There is a follow up to this one titled, “The Psychology of Leadership Success”. This book is a professional coaching tool to leaders in order for them to be successful leaders. It also paves way to defining and distinguishing between a leader, a manager and a boss.

Another one is ‘Wounded Yet Hopeful’. This book is a motivational work and speaks about finding hope after being wounded. My inspiration on this book is myself.

Question: How long it took to write this book:

Answer: Well this is a master-class manual of success, and when you are trying to engage people into believing that it’s not in the money to be successful but in the mind, you cannot craft it in days like what other authors claim to have done their work. For me it took me almost two month.

Question: What you want people to take away from the book:

Answer: I want people to take away a mindful thought that their own lives is in their own heads. They should learn to use the mind as an organ to think about ways to be successful. I also want them to understand that success is a process not a one day thing.

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