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Author Spotlight: Tafadzwa Mazibuko

September 7, 2020

Hello everyone! Welcome to another author spotlight! These will be posts where I discuss and showcase, predominantly people of color, their writing talents, and published works. So without further ado let’s get on with the Author Spotlight!

Meet the Author!

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I am a christian inspirational author,speaker and businesswoman.I have written three books.The dream that was worth fighting for!The dream!The King’s dream for His daughter! Along with a Dreamer’s Daily planner which is a personal development tool.

What and when started your love for writing?

Growing up I never thought I would be a writer. The love for writing was
prompted in my adulthood by many incidences. I was a member of
Toastmasters International at some stage and one of the manuals I did was
on story telling and the power of storytelling. That helped with my approach to
writing I love telling a story to teach or bring out a point.

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Of all of the book genres, what drew you to write about yours?

brown wooden cross during golden hour

My gift is in encouraging.

I could be a motivational author but I encourage
better using the word of God and when I write I depend on the Holy Spirit reveal what I should write about and how and I do it prayerfully that’s why I write on Christian Inspirational.


photo by Aaron Burden

If you could meet your favorite author who would it be and why?

I think my favourite author is Stormie Omartian she has written many books
on prayer. I connect with her writing and always learn from her writing.

What makes your book(s)/writing  special?

I think my writing is special because God uses it to bring hope to many people
and to encourage people to work on growing and achieving their potential. We
are all created for a specific purpose to make a difference to humanity and
sometimes you need someone to remind you, encourage you or walk the
journey with you so I think that’s what my writing does and considering the
feedback I get from readers.

So…what are you working on now?

For now my main focus is to get the books out there and I appreciate people
like Winnifred Tataw for allowing me such an opportunity to get me on
author’s Spotlight in South Carolina yet I am in South Africa.. much
appreciated!!


Aww, Tafadzwa was such a sweetheart and awesome author to get to know and work with! If you want to get in contact or connect with Tafadzwa you can through:


Thank you all for reading and remember:

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