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Fiona Snyckers

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Fiona Snyckers is the author of the "Trinity" series of novels and the "Sisterz" series of mobile novels. She has also published various short stories.

She was educated at Rhodes University and the University of the Witwatersrand. She lives in Johannesburg with her husband, three children, and four cats.

Fiona loves to interact with fellow readers and writers about the writing process, books in general, family life, and of course cats.

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Fiona Snyckers I don't think I've ever suffered from writer's block as such. Writer's procrastination, writer's laziness, and writer's avoidance, yes. The only way…moreI don't think I've ever suffered from writer's block as such. Writer's procrastination, writer's laziness, and writer's avoidance, yes. The only way to get through those is just to get started. Deadlines are also great motivators.(less)
Fiona Snyckers You mean aside from living the dream I've had since I was five years old? For me the best thing is that it allows me to be fully present for my…moreYou mean aside from living the dream I've had since I was five years old? For me the best thing is that it allows me to be fully present for my children while they're growing up, while not having to sacrifice my personal ambitions at the same time. This is not due to any cleverness or virtue on my part. It just means that I am exceptionally privileged and lucky.(less)
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Spire

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Now Following You

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Trinity Rising (Trinity Luh...

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Trinity on Air

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Hacked: The Eulalie Park My...

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Team Trinity

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The unreliable narrator is hardly a newcomer to popular fiction. The first half of the twentieth century gave usThe Sound and the Fury, The Great Gatsby, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, and Lolita to name just a few.

Then after a quiet spell we had The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Room, Life of Pi, and We Need to Talk About Kevin. But still the term didn't have much currency i... Read more of this blog post »
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I loved the way Cape Town is both defamiliarised and yet deeply familiar in this dystopian landscape. Ebba is a strong and very relatable character. She has layers of interest to her character to carry a whole series of books. The Thousand Steps left ...more
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What I loved about this book is that it is not written from the point of view of a critical outsider, but from the perspective of an affectionate insider. Delilah is very much part of this private-school mommy world, and just as afflicted by the craz ...more
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I loved the way Cape Town is both defamiliarised and yet deeply familiar in this dystopian landscape. Ebba is a strong and very relatable character. She has layers of interest to her character to carry a whole series of books. The Thousand Steps left ...more
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At last, the new Jade de Jong book is here! It was well worth the wait. Jade remains as complex and intriguing a character as ever, and her world has been expanded with the addition of some fascinating new characters.
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This book was terrible for my productivity. Once I started it I couldn't do anything else until I'd turned the last page.
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An interesting extended analogy about the tensions between the digital and analogue worlds, between e-readers and paper books, and between modern computer genius and old knowledge. I loved the image of eccentric people bursting into the bookstore at ...more
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