At long last and months of preparation, author, Jackie Phamotse's new book, I Tweet What I like: So Sue Me is out at book stores.
The award-winning author's book is not what readers expected though. They expected scandalous and controversial content, but this new book is all about education.
According to TshisaLive, the Jackie explained that her book was meant for people to understand the power of social media, the good and the bad. She said it is based on factual research and her own experiences including her recent legal battle with Bassie and Romeo Kumalo.
She said the book is not a novel, and is completely different from her previous book. She said its factual, accurate and more educational. She shared a snap of her books on that is available on book shelves now.
Jackie told TshisaLive that she used a lot of case studies in her book as well as had her lawyers find relevant case studies to help her validate some of her points. But she also shared some other things that was really personal for her as well.
The personal stuff involved her losing a baby and a few details about some of her sexual encounters after she had been raped.
The interesting part is that she has kept her promise to use real names in her book.
"This book used the real names of everybody in the story. Nothing in this book is made-up because it is not a novel at all," said Jackie.
She added that she used factual information and the rest of the book is real life stories that has happened to her. She said she couldn't have changed the person's name as it would have made her story inaccurate.
Here are some of the fan's comments on social media:
Sounds interesting enough to get your hands on a copy now.
Jackie's previous book, Bare, was quite controversial when it came out as it was about a contentious hockey club. She said the story was fiction but based on real life events. She was even forced o delay its release as a deputy minster attempted to sabotage the book’s publication.
She promised that the sequel to the controversial book, titled Bare: The Cradle of the Hockey Club will be purely about the hockey club and nothing else, will be out in June.
Three month's ago, Briefly.co.zae reported about Jackie Phamotse opening up about being followed home and her new book.
As Jackie Phamotse prepared to release the follow-up to her best-selling book ‘Bare’, the author revealed that she was followed by two cars on a trip from Braamfontein to Pretoria 3 months ago.
Jackie noticed that as she was driving to a meeting, two particular cars seemed to be everywhere she went. At first she thought nothing of it, but after trying to shake them off her tail a number of times, the author began to get worried and called for a police escort.
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