This Isn’t Real, Is It?

by Rebecca Viljoen



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/11/2019

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 136
ISBN : 9781973648970
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 136
ISBN : 9781973648963

About the Book

Rebecca Viljoen is subject to unusual incidents. She has been fallen on by a unicyclist and a piano and has been pursued down the stairs by a table. Even she finds it hard to believe some of the things that happen to her, but she swears that everything written between these pages is true and unexaggerated. The author attributes her bizarre experiences to a guardian angel with a creative imagination and a misplaced sense of humor, who enjoys making her look ridiculous in order to cheer her up and make her feel unique.

About the Author

Rebecca Viljoen was born in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe in 1953. She lives with her husband, and they have two grown up sons - who don’t live with them. (They live with three cats and a flock of mixed breed bantam-type chickens.) Home is Harare, Zimbabwe. She has always lived in Africa, where her heart is, though she has travelled to most of the other continents. Her training is in special needs teaching for dyslexic and ADD/ADHD students, and she is the founder of a small educational trust, which specialises in students who don’t fit comfortably into the ordinary school system. A few years ago, she met two young men in a car park, which somehow lead to her becoming a film producer. Although she knew nothing about film making, thirty years experience in theatre helped a little. Rebecca Viljoen is a nom de plume.

About the Illustrator
Bill Masuku is a born and raised Zimbabwean comic book artist, writer, and founder of Enigma Comix Africa. He gained acclaim for his fresh take on super hero narratives in his books Captain South Africa and Razor-Man, fast making him one of the notable pioneers of African comic book stories in the SADC region. He appeared as a guest at the first Comic Con Africa hosted in Johannesburg, South Africa in 2018. He has gone on to teach his craft in youth development programs in Harare.