Indie Saturday: ‘What’s in Your Bag’ With Masha du Toit!
Today I’m thrilled to welcome author Masha du Toit to the blog as part of the blog’s ‘What’s in Your Bag’ series!
If you are an author or reader who would like to participate in the series, check out all the details here!
I’m an artist and writer. I read far too much, draw pictures that tell stories and writes stories about everyday magic.
I live with my musician husband Brendon and dogs Anna and Pippin in a sunny house in Woodstock, Cape Town, South Africa.
About my book “The Story Trap“
The Story Trap is an illustrated contemporary fantasy set in Cape Town, South Africa.
Rebecca never expected to meet a witch, least of all in a second-hand bookshop in Mowbray. Surely she had nothing to fear from an old lady holding a box of children’s books. But on the train home Rebecca collapses and is rushed to hospital, deep in a coma. Rebecca’s sisters, Pippa and Anmarie, are confronted by a frightening mystery: her body might be in the hospital bed, but where was Rebecca?
What’s in my bag (that’s unique to me)?
At the moment, my bag contains:
- Pens for drawing with
- Keys for my writing studio
- Sunblock – South African sun is fierce!
- Tube of brine shrimp eggs? No idea why.
- USB sticks for writing backup
- Mace in case I meet any trolls
- Porcupine quill – a useful object
- One silver earring
- Extra house keys for when I lock myself out 🙂
- Dog. Her name is Anna. She’s not included.
Thanks again for stopping by, Masha du Toit! You can learn more about the author via her Amazon author page for more info!
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