If everything were to disappear from my life except my writing, I would still be happy. I write because the words come to me out of nowhere and take me to places I had not previously thought to go. Later on these words become books or blogs or simply stay there hidden on the paper where they have landed.
I write because I have to. I write because it keeps my fire alive and if I try to silence it, I feel I’m slowly dying inside. I write because the words that come to me want to be set free and I let them go where they need to be.
I let my energy flow out with them and pray that they go and find their own way. They go, but the energy I have set free with them comes back to me ten thousand times more powerful.
I WRITE BECAUSE I AM ALIVE.Buy My Books
"I absolutely love her writing - you can see the journalism training in her engaging, pacey style - there's not a dull moment."
Lexi Rees - Author
Mindfulness Techniques for the Corporate World
A step by step guide to staying healthy, happy and balanced at work
This book is about your power. The one you were born with, the power that is always in you waiting to be used. Blending concepts of psychology, mindfulness and practical spirituality with the author’s over twenty years of experience in the corporate world, it presents a simple yet powerful seven step framework to connect with your power and use it to manifest the life that you want.
You will learn to ground, cleanse and protect your energy. You will tap into what you already know and learn how to make decisions using your power base. You will be reminded how to direct your energy to manifest abundance and to re ect on and constantly improve your process.
If you want to achieve a sense of self-determination and inner peace while still working in a hectic corporate environment, and wonder how some people do this effortlessly, this book is for you.
Through Dust and Dreams
At a crossroads in her life, Roxana decides to take a ten-day safari trip to Africa. In Namibia, she meets a local guide who talks about “the courage to become who you are” and tells her that “the world belongs to those who dream”.
Her holiday over, Roxana still carries the spell of his words within her soul. Six months later she quits her job and searches for a way to fulfil an old dream: crossing Africa from north to south. Teaming up with Richard and Peter, two total strangers she meets over the internet, Roxana starts a journey that will take her and her companions from Morocco to Namibia, crossing deserts and war-torn countries and surviving threats from corrupt officials and tensions within their own group.
Through Dust and Dreams is the story of their journey: a story of courage and friendship, of daring to ask questions and search for answers, and of self-discovery on a long, dusty road south.
Single in Buenos Aires
The Polo Diaries Book 1
Forty-one-year-old polo player Roxy arrives in Argentina with a to-do list that includes healing from a polo injury and falling in love with a handsome Argentine. From polo boots to tango shoes, the adrenaline of riding horses to glamorous after-game parties, Roxy learns to navigate this unfamiliar landscape with the help of new friends who teach her to take life as it comes. But will she find true love? Over three months in Buenos Aires, nothing goes according to plan, and yet, all the items on her list mysteriously get ticked off in the end. Just not the way she had imagined.
Fans of the Bridget Jones series will love the blend of humor, travel, and romantic comedy at the heart of Single in Buenos Aires, all topped off with the unforgettable flavour of life in one of the most sensual and passionate cities in the world.
A Horse Called Bicycle
The Polo Diaries Book 2
In the second instalment of The Polo Diaries series, polo player Roxy goes back to Argentina a year after the events in Single in Buenos Aires, filled with dreams of settling down with the man she loves. This time, once again, Argentina is full of surprises and things are not what they appear to be. Or maybe they’re exactly what they’re meant to be, as a fortune-teller informs her.
Roxy takes a leap of faith and follows her dreams once again. She spends time at glamorous party venues in Buenos Aires and travels to the rough and wild pampas. Along the way, Roxy’s friends support and champion her quest for love, but when things get out of hand, Roxy realises she needs to listen to her own inner voice and must make a hard choice. Two paths open in front of her, each one with far-reaching consequences. Which will she choose?
Seven and a Half Minutes
The Polo Diaries Book 3
Before Roxy found herself “Single in Buenos Aires,” she was a single girl in London in search of true love. The third installment of The Polo Diaries series takes us back to that time, and we follow Roxy as she hires a love coach to help her navigate the dating scene. But the love coach comes up with an unexpected assignment: reconnect to a long-forgotten passion. For Roxy this means horses. Within weeks, she finds herself playing polo, thanks to a series of unforeseen events.
Torn between her desire to become the best polo player she can be and the dream of falling in love, Roxy steps fully into the exciting and demanding world of polo, where injury and recovery mix with hard training, and where celebrating the victory of a tournament comes at a high price. Will Roxy eventually become the polo player she dreams to be? And with polo being such a demanding sport, can there be any space left for love?
Our life is the stuff dreams are made of. Our stories are the archetypical stories of all mankind. There's no fiction. There’s no reality. There’s only one world and we are it. That’s what I like to write about: a world where dreams and reality blend and become one.