At just 21-years-old, a west of Pretoria resident is already on her second book.
“The book that I have been working on has come from pronounced incitement and power throughout the years,” said Ridhwaanah Aziz.
“My career path has also played an important role.”
Aziz said psychological counselling had allowed her to create the abilities she couldn’t see and goals she couldn’t achieve.
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She said The Power of An Eagle, Beauty, and Brains with a Purpose was about overcoming “challenges in my life, the triumphs, how to balance life and also a guideline to women in general”.
“This book has become a narrative of my life and an expedition that I am currently in as well.”
Aziz said this was not her first book.
Her first book, To know me doesn’t mean you don’t have to pay me, was published in her school library, Al-Asr Educational Institute, in 2008.
“It entailed a story about two brothers, their relatives and the root to all evil (money),” she said.
“This short local book received many great remarks as it was a book based realities of life.”
When asked what inspired her to write her second book she said: “It was based purely on inspiration.
“I decided to write this book basing my experiences I had to encounter and the world we live in,” she said.
“I have further decided on this book as I would encourage women and the rising generation.
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“I feel that women in general, have been demoralised by many factors in life, and this book would bring morale-boosting, upliftment and energy to their lives.”
Aziz said her 2008 book had made her realise that the main complication of life was money.
“I agree that money apparently makes the world go around, but it involves many unforeseen problems,” she said.
“When I decided to write this book, I thought of what our biggest problems in life were, and then I chose money.”
She said the book had been based on a true story and how money could sever family ties.
Aziz is also a semi-finalist in the Miss Eagle SA pageant.
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