She creates as a motivational young woman. In her “Diary of a Woman”, the second section of her book, she poetically hints at the common dreams and problems of girls, to grant advice in the form of “know your worth” tips, also aimed at men. She assumes the role of an empowering writer who understands that the new South African generation needs to be guided on the road to fulfillment and success. Part 3, “The Perfection In You”, performs the same function, but in prose, a pre-figuration of the author’s novel, “Time Is Never On Time”. The fourth section, “Untold Stories”, consists in a series of four poetic fables intended to illustrate the quandary of how best to manage relationships, and get rid of any feeling of failure and guilt. So, the book finds its unity. Its conclusion comes with the witty “Quotes”, which were originally posted on the social networks. The whole collection is immersed in the warm womb of the Word. It is definitely an ode to life and a fiery tribute to women. If ever Shakespeare’s wish: “O, for a muse of fire, that could ascend The brightest heaven of invention!” has ever been close to coming true, it is with the words of Nomthandazo Tsembeni.