My name is Angelina Kalahari. I am delighted that you made your way to my website.

I am passionate about writing and reading. For me, books are a way to live many lives, always teaching me something. Story telling, after all,  is considered to be the oldest form of entertainment.

I trust your time spent with me, reading my books, and those I like to read, will help to enrich your life, too.

My debut novel, The Healing Touch, is now for sale in eBook and paperback formats here on my website with free delivery in the UK, or on Amazon.

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The audio book will shortly be available, too.

I would love for you to purchase my books, read them and post short reviews about what you thought on Amazon or wherever you had bought them.

You may also want to connect with me directly and you can do so on: I will endeavour to answer every email but please bear with me if you don’t hear back immediately.

More novels will soon follow as characters from The Healing Touch have requested that their own stories be told.

My children’s novel, George And The Gargoyle Who Lived In The Garden, has just been published. There will be more books to follow  George And The Gargoyle Who Lived In The Garden, too It has lofty ideas, and has asked to be made into a musical. We shall see… You can now order it from Amazon in eBook or paperback format.

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The audio book will shortly follow but meanwhile, here’s the first chapter:

Another book I had written years ago, Busking to Buckingham Palace, has asked to live now, too. It is the hilarious account of my experiences busking on London’s Underground, but presented as fiction. It nearly got published last time, hence perhaps its eagerness to get out there.

Meanwhile, I’ve already started on my next novella, Tempus. A further two novellas will follow. If everything works out as I hope, Tempus will become the next big musical in London’s West End. This is based on the fact that I had already created a concept musical of Tempus, along with the very talented Dr Philippa Semper, lyricist, and Elizabeth Dockrell-Tyler, composer. It was successfully performed at The Tristan Bates Theater in Covent Garden and even appeared briefly on television.

This is the video of the segment used on ITV to advertise those performances.