I was born in South Africa and in the 90’s the unemployment was at a high rate in South Africa. I was one of the lucky ones as I had a very good job but I left South Africa with my husband and our children due to some problems that were experienced by South Africans at the time particularly, those involved in Health Service. I travelled briefly settled in a number of European countries but the UK stole my heart. I finally settled in the UK with my only daughter who was brought up and educated in the UK. I studied to a University level in South Africa and UK, and I did different jobs in different countries and every single job I have done, I enjoyed and I did it to the best of my ability. I always enjoyed writing books but I never published any until now. I have pages all over in my house where I wrote about one thing or another. ‘Baby Have I Failed You’ is the very first book that I ever felt the need to publish. As a person who always did and still doing different jobs and get involved in different projects, I suddenly decided to pay more attention on writing books. I went through a lot for the last four years of my life and I found that writing books is the most therapeutic of any activity I ever got involved in. ‘Baby have I failed you?’ has some parts where I talk about my childhood, my two declined marriages. That on its own is very much healing for me as I get to speak about my life journey.