ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Regina Jele-Ncube is a passionate and empathetic writer.
Born in Zimbabwe, now residing in the UK, she appreciates the cultural differences in humanity. Her observations about life are reflected in her writing. Regina’s fast-growing portfolio includes Deep Within My Soul, a book of poems, and the Thandi series, stories for children.
Her autobiography has now joined that list giving readers some insight into what makes this strong woman who she is today.
Her stories about other worlds have been used as a reading tool in formal and informal settings. With over 15 years of primary school teaching experience, she believes that children can be taught to appreciate each other from an early age, regardless of their backgrounds.
A Note from Regina
'Even as a young child, I was always conjuring up stories, filling them with colourful characters and sharing them with anyone who would listen. Since then, I’ve progressed quite a bit to creating longer and more complex narratives which I share with much larger audiences. As a professional storyteller, I’m adept at using my imaginative thinking and creative flair to bring my tales to life in engaging and entertaining ways. My autobiography is the exception to that rule. In What About My Tomorrow I share something very personal and valuable to me: I share me. I hope you enjoy it.'
BRIDGE THROUGH THE FOG
'I worked on my autobiography for a long period. Some of that time was spent writing it, the rest, spent wondering if I had the guts to publish my darkest secrets. Making the decision to move forward despite the fog of doubt that clouded my vision was, in the end, an exhilarating experience and soon turned into a fascinating undertaking that I couldn’t stop thinking or writing about. I made the journey from a valley of fear to a mountain of discovery. What About My Tomorrow is ready and I can’t wait for you to read it. Order your copy today and let me know what you think.' Regina