Why read my work
I write to share knowledge and to challenge people to think critically about difficult topics; and to make them laugh, cry, and experience the whole spectrum of human emotions.
On this website you will find information about my nonfiction books and some of my television and film projects. I publish most of my fiction work under various pen names so you will not find it on these pages. I have not yet decided whether to reveal myself as the author behind those pen names. When I do, I will let everone know.
Explore my slowly growing catalogue of published mostly nonfiction books. Hopefully you will find something that speaks to you. Please get in touch if you are interested in some of my fiction work published under pen names. Also, check my upcoming books and contact me with suggestions, requests, ideas, etc.
I am always putting pen to paper / fingers to keyboard, creating new characters and new stories. To starve off the boredom, I often work through a handful of books at time, spreading myself thin, no doubt, but also stretching and flexing my creative muscles. Hope you will find something worthy of your anticipation…
Film and Television
Not everyone is a book person. We all have our preferences. But luckily for me, I am a storyteller first and as long as I get to play with characters, stories, and language, I derive great joy from writing in different formats and styles. Here are some of my television, film, and theatre projects.
Savania’s writing reflects clarity of thought and heightened conscientiousness uncommon in most modern writers. You get the sense you are in the hands of a writer who knows a lot about a lot yet give only what is needed.
J. Stokes, Goodreads Reviewer
The opening of Blackout is, in my opinion, one of the very best I have ever read. That simple opening line hits you hard, it forces you to despair and hope in the same breath.
A. Kaunda, Poet
Blue Banana Business is greatly enjoyable book that probably won't teach you new things about entrepreneurship, but will help you remember and apply and develop good habits.
M. Jones, Entrepreneur, NY