Author dreams big

2016-02-17 06:00
Charle Teketsi (29) with his motivational book entitled The Art of Problem-Solving. The energetic Teketsi dreams of becoming an internationally published author.     Photo: Nkareng Moloi

Charle Teketsi (29) with his motivational book entitled The Art of Problem-Solving. The energetic Teketsi dreams of becoming an internationally published author. Photo: Nkareng Moloi

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MANGAUNG. – Charle Teketsi (29), who hails from Mangaung Village in Qwa­Qwa, is over the moon following the publication of his first motivational book, entitled The Art of Problem-Sol­ving.

The book is 184 pages long and costs R190. Teketsi says it is selling like hot cakes after being on sale for just three weeks. At the moment the book can only be bought from the author. He says it will soon be available in libraries and bookstores.

Teketsi says The Art of Problem-Solving is one of five books he has written since joining the industry.

When asked why he chose to write a motivational book in English, he says that he wants to be an international author.

“I want to share my experience, thoughts and ability with the rest of the world. And this dream can’t be reached if I write in vernacular.

“I have realized that everyone has problems that need to be solved. So this book is relevant to everyone, irrespective of age and race,” says Teketsi.

Teketsi says he regards the best selling American author John C. Maxwell as his role model.

“I would like to reach the stage he (Maxwell) reached. He writes about what affects people on a daily basis.”

Teketsi says he has spent R7 000 on producing and publishing this book and was assisted by his brother, Rev. Tello Teketsi.

Call him on 072-670-6539.

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