I was born in Cape Town, South Africa in 1977 in a town called Elsies River during Apartheid. Writing books was one of the many talents I had growing up.
If it wasn’t for my biological sister, I don’t think I would be having this focus in life. She was always reading books and trying to get better at improving her career status. I could never seem to “get ahead” in life. She always seemed to “raise her level” quite easily. This confused me until I finally got diagnosed with this interesting disorder called Attention Deficit Disorder. It made so much more sense to me.
I developed the love for writing after numerous times of being encouraged by friends to write about my life, because I had so much to tell.
I didn’t have any specific goal in life which always had me blindly punching wind. By what I’ve learned from my sister and me rehashing my adult life, I can now better understand myself and structure my path through life.
I have a unique writing style that when you read my books, it comes across as unorthodox, but you’ll get the picture.
My reviews on it speaks for itself.
ADD/ADHD vs Society vs Me: Transcendentally present in the real world.
SURVIVAL OF THE QUIRKIEST: How to use ADD/ADHD in times of desperation.
The Accented Guy.