Author publishes book about love letters

2016-03-16 06:00
PHOTO: nqobile mtolo Author and publisher Nathi Ntuli with his book, ‘Incwadi Yothando’.

PHOTO: nqobile mtolo Author and publisher Nathi Ntuli with his book, ‘Incwadi Yothando’.

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PIETERMARITZBURG author and publisher Nathi Ntuli has just had his book, Incwadi Yothando, a compilation of love letters, published.

Ntuli sourced the letters from Facebook and many were read on air during Nongcebo McKenzie’s Sunday show Ezingasoze Zabuna on Ukhozi FM.

“Seeing that we have just finished the month of love, February, this is a perfect impromptu gift for your loved one as the letters are well crafted and I wanted to share them.

“The book will be available at the Durban and Pietermaritzburg Adams and Adams stores from 21 March.

“People can also access the love letters on Facebook. This is my third book and I am very happy I am helping 25 people to publish their books,” said Ntuli.

Ntuli opened his publishing company in 2010 and said that under­ On Time Publisher, owners of the books, get 40% royalties from the sales.

“If a book is sold, the book owner gets 40%, which is a big deal because writers get lousy royalties.

From Nquthu to Stanger to Pietermaritzburg, Ntuli said he is eager to help writers publish their books.

“Young pupils have the talent to write and I have helped a few of them to publish books. In years to come I see my company growing.

“Some of the books I have written have been selected as part of the 2017 academic year catalogue list in Gauteng,” said Ntuli.

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