My Next Big Thing

From Thoughts from Botswana by Lauri Kubuitsile Tue Nov 20 2012, 23:00:00

Writers in the blogsphere have been passing The Next Big Thing around cyberspace for us to hear about what writers have in their pipeline, to tell us about their Next Big Thing. I was invited by UK based writer Sue Guiney whose Next Big Thing can be seen HERE. Sue Guiney is the author of A Clash of the Innocents and Tangled Roots (both novels), a collection of poetry, Her Life Collected, and a poetry play, Dreams of May.

Now for My Next Big Thing....


What is the working title of your book?

[view whole blog post ]
 See More    |     Report Abuse

You might also be interested in the following news stories:

Namibia:   Only African Holders of Diplomatic or Official Passports Are Exempted From Namibian Visas (news)
New Era
29 May 2016

The Namibian Cabinet this week resolved to abolish all visa requirements into the country for all African holders of diplomatic or official passports, the presidency announced. This is contrary to an ... [read more]

Namibia:   Cosafa Castle Cup Tour Hits Okahandja (news)
The Namibian
28 May 2016

The Cosafa Castle Cup continued its tour on Friday when the Cup stopped by Okahandja at the Nau-Aub Stadium. The turnout was fair although there were fewer elders than the youth who came out to see ... [read more]

Namibia:   Otjihavera Experience Beckons (news)
Namibia Economist
27 May 2016

There is only one week to go and then entries for the 2016 FNB Otjihavera Experience will open. This great cycling event was launched on 17 Mayby FNB Namibia and the Rock and Rut club and will be held ... [read more]

blogAfrica is's platform to help you keep an ear on the African blogosphere. We draw diverse voices from around the world who post regularly and insightfully about African issues. Bloggers, submit your blog's rss-feed!

Today's Featured News
Mozambique Ruling Party Faces Tough Contest

Renamo supporters: Ruling Frelimo faces a stern challenge at Wednesday's polls from...

Surge in Central African Republic Violence

African Union troops in Bangui (file photo): The UN has expressed alarm...

Nigeria, Cameroon, Ghana Get Crucial Wins

Asamoah Gyan of Ghana (file photo): The Super Eagles have boosted their...