Angela Makholwa
From an early age, Angela Makholwa harboured dreams of becoming a storyteller. Her love for the written word saw her first short story being published at the age of 13 in the popular youth publication, Upbeat Magazine. From that moment, the bug had bitten.

Angela went onto graduate as a Journalism major at Rhodes University and practiced as a journalist for several years before starting her own PR and events management company, Britespark Communications in 2002.

Her debut novel, Red Ink is a crime thriller set in Johannesburg which was published to both public and critical acclaim in 2007. This was followed by “The 30th Candle”, a book that revolves around four university friends who navigate their way to their 30th birthdays with humorous and sometimes unexpected results.

The “Black Widow Society” (published in 2013) follows the cloak and dagger workings of a secret society of middle class women who plot to eliminate their errant husbands through devious and underhanded means, giving fresh meaning to the words “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned”.

Angela’s new novel, “The Blessed Girl” is due for release in October 2017.
Angela Makholwa
Angela Makholwa
Angela Makholwa
Angela Makholwa
Angela Makholwa
Angela Makholwa
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