PRESS RELEASE:100 million views later the popular blog series ‘Diary of a Side Chick Makhwapheni’ is being released into books

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DIARY OF A SIDE CHICK MAKHWAPHENI takes us through a life journey of Sharon Letsoalo. Besides dating and sleeping with men of other women, the wind of the city forces Sharon’s life to sail close to danger.

The blog series has been viewed over 100 million times online since 2014 and it is now being released into books, starting off with book 1 and 2. Fans can expect unread scenes and new twists.

You can read free excerpts of Diary of a Side Chick Makhwapheni on http://lesegomaake.co.za/category/doscm/.

The two books come out 31 July 2018. Fans can pre-order the books at www.lesegomaake.co.za/shop with discounts. They are also available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and iBooks.

In 2014 Lesego Maake started this fictional blog story. “Unexpectedly, episode by episode, the blog stories started attracting thousands of readers through Facebook. 100 million views later, 450-plus episodes in, the ‘Diary of a Side Chick Makhwapheni’ series has loyal fans here in South Africa all the way to Kenya, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Namibia, United Kingdom, Lesotho and the USA” – says Lesego.

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Japanese speaking South African rugby player with a hidden-scandalous past returns home to scheme his way to the top, The Rise of the Dagger

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The Rise of the Dagger by Gcobani Bobo and Elvis Jack

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Will Xolile Dalindyebo’s scandalous past in Japan come to haunt his new schemed success in South Africa, and to his team? And what happens when he returns to Japan?

Xolile is the main character in former rugby-player Gcobani Bobo and Elvis Jack’s new hero novel, ‘The Rise of the Dagger – What Happens in a Rugby Story When Life Interrupts? Bobo played for the Lions, Springboks and the Newcastle Falcons in England.

For free, read 40% of the book here https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/791174.

Xolile Dalindyebo comes out of nowhere to play rugby explosively. His history is uncertain but the fans love him. He is small yet very strong, electrifyingly fast with an intelligent sidestep and an instinct for the game.

He connives an arrangement with a divorced maverick journalist to construct his public persona, carefully using Twitter to project his image and to protect his past.

The book has twists and turns. It has all the behind-the-scenes sports drama the public is often not privy to – sex scandals, race conflicts, sabotage.

As Xolile Dalindyebo’s popularity increases, his role within the team grows stronger after some inner club maneuvering.

In parallel with this, Xolile embarks on a series of reconnaissance visits to unlikely places to recruit extra players, a bit like the search for special skills in the Magnificent Seven film. With extra talent and a slew of new tactics on the field, this could finally be the year of the Lions…

But nothing is as it seems in the world of rugby and Xolile’s past may still return to haunt him and the team….

Gcobani Bobo currently coaches and commentates on rugby. He played professional rugby for 15 years for a number of local and foreign teams, including the Springboks Lions, Cats, Sharks, Western Province, Stormers and the Newcastle Falcons in England. Elvis Jack is the author of a number of books.

‘The Rise of the Dagger’ is available on Amazon Japan, iBookstore, and Kobo.co.za.

Follow Gcobani Bobo on Facebook and Twitter – @gcobanibobo.

For more information contact www.bulabuka.co.za (info@bulabuka.co.za).

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23/09/2017 – #SelfPublishMe workshop + dialogue on self-publishing books in South Africa #SBIncubator

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Book Media Release: Move on – Converting Defeat into Stepping Stones

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‘Move On – Converting Defeat into Stepping Stones’ is an inspiration themed book by Dr – and Reverend – Sitsabo Dlamini, on overcoming hardships and charting a way for achieving personal and career success. Book- Move on, Converting Defeat into Stepping Stones by Dr Sitsabo Dlamini

People have encountered difficulties in one way or another; either by losing a job, failing in business or even losing a loved one.

The book shares methods that Dr Dlamini devised for investigating one’s difficulties and thus arming one’s self with strategies to achieve success.

“This book is essential reading for men and women looking for strategies to turn defeat into stepping stones towards victory, in their pursuit of success.  The strategies discussed have been put to practical test by thousands of people from all walks of life,” says Dr Dlamini.

Besides being a spiritual leader, Dr Sitsabo Dlamini is an academic, thought leader and entrepreneur in the construction and architecture sector. He is the founder of Sitsabo Project Managers, a company operating in both Britain and South Africa, specialising in construction project management. He holds a PhD in Construction Management and Engineering from Reading University in the United Kingdom. His first book is titled The Contribution of the Infrastructure Sector to Economic Growth.’

Move On is a memoir detail of Dr Sitsabo Dlamini‘s trial filled

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Frequently Asked Self Publishing Questions

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Bula Buka is an international publishing services provider based in South Africa. We service and provide relieve to authors, publishing houses and various entities around the world with the following services:  eBook conversion and distribution to premium online bookstores (Amazon, Apple iBookstore, Kobo, Barneys & Noble and others), editing, cover design,  marketing, book layout design, printing and varied consultations.

Which bookstores can sell on my book on? Which book stores do you distribute to?

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Why Publish a Book Online and as An eBook?

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Bula Buka is an international publishing services provider based in South Africa.

We service and provide relieve to authors, publishing houses and various entities around the world with the following services:  eBook conversion and distribution to premium online bookstores (Amazon, Apple iBookstore, Kobo, Barneys & Noble and others), editing, cover design,  marketing, book layout design, printing and varied consultations.

An ebook is a digital book format. It can be read on mobile phones, tablets, desktops and ereaders.

The premium online bookstores to publish with are Amazon, Apple iBookstore on iTunes, Kobo.co.za and BN.com.

Why publish a book online and as an ebook?

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Excerpt from The Rise of the Dagger, a rugby novel by former player Gcobani Bobo

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The Rise of the Dagger by Gcobani Bobo and Elvis Jack

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Allison sat in the box above the half way line. She had had two brandy and cokes forced on her by a large man called Rudi whose son played scrumhalf for the Lions and her head was spinning both from the alcohol and the occasion. Several things had surprised her: it was late evening on an autumn Highveld day and the dark had fallen quickly. The flood lights were on they were simply spectacular: the field and the stadium were light as a summer’s day. She could see the players clearly, even their facial expressions. The crowd was loud but not raucous and only slightly drunk as a group. There was an air of excitement that she found infectious, attractive even.

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