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Check it out and check out Jane’s book because this is really a sensory-rich read that will take you into a world you never knew existed.

Jane Bwye

Another Interview, this time with Jo Valiyi, of the New Eastbourne Writers

My 60 seconds with…

J.L. Bwye – author of BREATH OF AFRICA

Set against the backdrop of Kenya’s beautiful terrain, Breath of Africa takes the reader on an intriguing journey through thirty years of change in this spiritual land.

Q. What or who inspired you to write this book?

A. Nicholas Monsarrat. I’ve read all his books several times, but could only read the two “Tribe” books once. They upset me.

For the whole interview, go HERE.

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Posted March 29, 2013 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

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