His Precious diamond is a romance to delight

A new book by Pixie Emslie, His Precious Diamond, was launched on 28 July 2016.  It is a dlightful romance, set in the beautiful winelands of the South African Cape and Garden Route. The beautiful and talented Natasha was swept off her feet by billionaire playboy Jed - but she learned her...

Pixie Emslie

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About pixie

My second book, His Precious Diamond, launched on 28 July. Follow the link for the youtube video. https://youtu.be/3kDwDVabU4I Available through Amazon, Kindle and book stores, it is perfect holiday reading with romance, fun and sex. My first novel, Cry of the Rocks, won the South African Writers' Circle award for the best self-published book of 2012. Movie director Gray Hofmeyr has a movie option on Cry of the Rocks, and there is a great review in the International Thriller Writers' e-mag, TheBigThrill, January 2014 edition.

Cry of the Rocks – How to get your copy

The novel, Cry of the Rocks by Pixie Emslie, is a thriller based on a South African Platinum mine. Filled with colourful characters, it has a murder, international conspiracy and a love story running through it. Cry of the Rocks is available from the publishers, SBPRA (see www.sbpra/PixieEmslie )  or from Amazon, B&N, or as an e-book. In South Africa  the best deal for print copies is still through www.Kalahari.com , or by directly ordering from the author. See Contact details.   …

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The Idler’s column, Mercury

Monday 1 October The Idler,  Mercury Mining   aggro THERE’S   lots of aggro at the platinum mine, all kinds of people stirring it up. All   kinds of hidden agendas. Some horrific violence. Lots of boozing; quite a bit of   sex. Plenty of disturbing underground action. This   flies from the keyboard of my old newspaper colleague Pixie Emslie (Pixie   Malherbe in the days I knew her). No,   Pixie isn’t writing for one of our more august financial papers about the   Marikana hassles …

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Book Reviews

Cape Times, Cape Town, South Africa: Cry of the Rocks by Pixie Emslie. Emslie knows a lot about what happens deep in the bowels of the Earth as hardened men drill, gouge and pick out platinum ore. As a journalist she spent years researching mines. In places the novel flows and descriptions of mining – like “the cage” that groands and creeks its way deep down – are insightful and fascinating… it is an interesting read on a hot topic. …

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e-books are here, so get clicking

The advent of the e-book. It is indeed a new world for me, but an exciting one too. Cry of the Rocks is now also out as e-book: It is on all the e-book sites including Amazon’s Kindle store , Apple iStore, Barnes & Noble’s Nook Store and others. Google eBooks keeps pace with the evolution of various e-reader and e-book apps allowing their eBooks to be readable on Droids, IPad, IPhones, and Sony Readers to name just a few devices. This means …

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Paperback, e-books and signed copies

Cry of the Rocks is available directly from book suppliers around the world including Amazon, Barnes& Noble and from www.Kalahari.com . It is also available on all the e-book versions including Kindle, i-Pad, booknook etc. To get a personally signed copy fromt he author, go to www.wikivillage.com/PixieEmslie or to http://wikivillage.co.za/hedgehog-books-south-africa    

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