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» Press Release: New Zealand production company Stinkwood Films options Zirk van den Berg’s novel HALF OF ONE THING
March 31, 2016

Movie rights to Zirk van den Berg’s period novel Half of One Thing have been optioned by independent producer Neil Sonnekus of Stinkwood Films. ‘It’s a wonderful read,’ Sonnekus said of the book. ‘I fell for the “historical record” hook, line and sinker. It&...
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» In the kitchen with Jan Hendrik van der Westhuizen
March 30, 2016

1. My first food memory is…choking on eating too many fresh garden peas at once in my grandfather's garden. I was 4. 2. My top tips for home cooks are…be inspired but follow your own taste. If you're not certain just add cream or butter. 3. The one utensil / appliance in my k...
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» Penguin Random House to publish latest novel by Marita van der Vyver
February 02, 2016

Penguin Random House will be publishing Marita van der Vyver’s next novel in Afrikaans and English. Titled Misverstand in Afrikaans, the story is set over a few days in Paris, where a failed South African writer finds himself in the company of a young au pair during the terrorist attacks of 13...
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» Jan Hendrik van der Westhuizen becomes the first South African to be awarded a Michelin Star
February 02, 2016

Jan Hendrik van der Westhuizen becomes the first South African to be awarded a Michelin Star JAN, a restaurant in the south of France owned and run by South African-born chef Jan Hendrik van der Westhuizen has been awarded a Michelin Star, as Jan Hendrik becomes the first South African to receive th...
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» Die storie van Die Naaimasjiene, deel 1
Theunis Engelbrecht
February 16, 2015

Nadat Papegaaislaai in Oktober verlede jaar by Umuzi verskyn het, het mense wat agterop die boek gesien het ek was in Die Naaimasjiene my allerhande lastige vrae begin vra daaroor. Toe dink ek ek kan dit maar net sowel op hierdie blog beantwoord, dan is dit afgehandel. Dit het alles begin toe ek op ...
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» 'n Nuwe maand en 'n nuwe kans om te wen met Kobus Galloway se tekenprente
Kobus Galloway
October 27, 2014

Dis amper November! Waar is die tyd heen, is dit regtig al amper die einde van die jaar? Terwyl jy die dae tel tot Kersfees en die begin van 2015, hoekom toets jy nie ook sommer jou kennis met die nuwe tekenprent wat Kobus Galloway spesiaal vir ons geillustreer het nie. Soos gewoonlik beeld dit &lsq...
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» Die holui, die lui hos en die lae luise
Theunis Engelbrecht
September 29, 2014

Dis net na middernag. Ek, Malletjie Malan* en Rocky Johnson* is gaar nadat ons weer ons broodkorsies in die bitter sweet van ons aanskyn as naghonde verdien het. (Ek moes byvoorbeeld nuusberigte help verpak oor mense wie se koppe in die woestyn afgekap word en kinders met wie daar as seksslawe hande...
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» Naghond se gedagte - Theunis Engelbrecht
Theunis Engelbrecht
June 24, 2014

Naghond se gedagte - Theunis Engelbrecht Ek is een van daai mense wat gelukkig genoeg is om ’n naghond te wees. Ek verdien my brood snags wanneer die res van die wêreld snorkend soete drome droom. Nee, ek is nie ’n nagvlinder nie. (Nagvlinder, vir dié wat nie weet nie, is &r...
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» Someone to look up to
Darrel Bristow-Bovey
January 24, 2014

This is about my Uncle Jim.          My Uncle Jim is 97 years old. When he was born South Africa was still a part of the British Empire. When the First World War ended, he was already in school, playing jacks and tops and bowling a hoop. He was alive when Tita...
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» Our Top 10 bestselling reads of 2013
January 23, 2014

It’s a new year which means new books and new resolutions! Whatever your new year reading resolution is, we'd love to help out! Firstly, take a look at our New Year, New You selection of books to step into a new you in 2014. Begin your detox with The New Atkins Made Easy, start your fitne...
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» 2013 Festive Season Gift Guide
December 12, 2013

We’ve pulled out all the stops to put together a list of the ultimate books that will make the perfect gift for pretty much anyone. It’ll make shopping this festive season easier on you, leaving you with more time to eat, drink, and be merry and besides, who wouldn’t love a book fo...
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» Spoil Mom this Mother's Day with a Good Book!
May 06, 2013

Moms are super special and while we can spoil them on their birthdays and at Christmas, there’s nothing quite like a day dedicated especially to our hard working, ever caring moms! This Sunday is Mother’s Day and we’ve got a great selection of reads that will make the perfect gift ...
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» Shadow by Carel van der Merwe (You review)
January 29, 2013

Taken from the review done by John Phillips of You magazine. Van der Merwe revisits Paul du Toit, a former Special Forces operative whom fans got to know in his previous offerings, No Man’s Land and Shark. After years spent living in London with his Czech girlfriend, Monica, Pau...
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» The best of the best for Christmas gifts
December 14, 2012

FICTION: Merry Christmas, Alex Cross by James Patterson - Will Detective Alex Cross be able to save the day? Another brilliant thriller from bestselling James Patterson. The Bat by Jo Nesbo - Appearing in English for the first time, The Bat is the legendary first novel from the worldwide p...
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» Meat-free Monday recipe: 10-minute summer bean salad with nut-crusted halloumi
November 22, 2012

Taken from Luscious Vegetarian by Sonia Cabano and Jade de Waal. INGREDIENTS: 1 x 400 g can four-bean mix 1 cup (250 ml) sweetcorn kernels 1 cup (250 ml) cherry tomatoes, halved 3 stalks celery, very finely chopped 1 small onion or 6 spring onions,finely chopped 2 t (10 ml) dried tarr...
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» Our top six must-reads for November
November 12, 2012

Killing for Profit by Julian Rademeyer This is a tale of greed and corruption, of an increasingly desperate battle to save from extinction an animal that has existed for over 50 million years. Well respected, investigative journalist, Julian Rademeyer follows the bloody trail of the syndicates, poac...
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» Ricotta puffs with honey and almonds
November 08, 2012

Taken from Luscious Vegetarian by Sonia Cabano and Jade de Waal. You know the feeling: you need sweet and creamy comfort in a bowl, and this is it. Serve with scoops of ice cream or as is. INGREDIENTS: 450 g fresh ricotta 1 cup (250 ml) cake flour 1 T (15 ml) baking powder pinch of salt 4 ...
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» Shadow by Carel van der Merwe (IOL review)
October 26, 2012

Reviewed by Renee Rautenbach "In Shadow, acclaimed writer Carel van der Merwe returns to Paul du Toit, main character of his debut novel No Man’s Land (2007), which was shortlisted for the Commonwealth Prize and the M-Net Literary Award. Shadow has much more than is required of the average sus...
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» Brothers in Arms by Chris Schoeman
October 03, 2012

Brothers in Arms tells the story of Dutch expatriates who joined the Boers and fought alongside them in the war. Schoeman starts out by providing a general historical background to the links between the Dutch and the Boers before the war. Click here to read the full extract posted by BooksLIVE ...
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» Evita's Bossie Sikelela by Evita Bezuidenhout
October 02, 2012

Courtest of showcook.com: "Evita Bezuidenhout, following the great success of her first delicious cookbook, is with us once again. The icon of the nation presenting her recipes for dishes that she has experienced on her travels in South Africa and the world. A book that is f...
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» Josh Thirion (author of Cook with Josh) talks to KFM
September 28, 2012

"Nine-year-old Josh Thirion, author of Cook with Josh, was interviewed by Ryan O’Connor on KFM earlier this month. Thirion, South Africa’s youngest published author, said that Masterchef Australia inspired him to write a cookbook and that the first thing he ever made ...
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