Matilde


About Matilde Mbulo

Matilde Mbulo was born on the 12th of July 1980 at the Maputo Central Hospital, in Mozambique. While in high school, in boarding school in Kenya, she discovered her passion for writing.

I hand wrote poems, articles and short stories because they made me happy.” She said when asked why and how she chose to become a Writer. “I didn’t know exactly what I wanted to be. I thought I would become a Lawyer or Psychologist. I actually have a BA degree in Law and a second BA degree in Psychology, and I started but didn’t complete a Master’s Degree in Human Resource Management. I worked in a lot of areas including Human Resources and the legal field but somehow the only time I really enjoyed what I was doing was when I was writing. Writing poetry, articles, novels and nonfiction books is just something I started doing to occupy my time, escape my problems and enjoy myself. It’s a hobby I stumbled upon. I just write what’s in my heart. When I’m writing everything falls into place, the world around me fades away and with it, my problems, and I find myself in a bittersweet zone I call my heaven, where I can be anything I want to be and do anything I want to do.

Matilde describes herself as an Author and Writer dedicated to analyzing everyday issues through her very own unique lens, which is reflected in her books. She has authored five books.

 

Matilde Mbulo is the author of Hiding in Plain Sight, Stories From Lucklandia, Mistakes Experience Wisdom,The Kanzas and Narrow Crook. She has a BA degree in Law (LLB), a BA degree in Psychological Counselling and studied Human resource management.

For more about Matilde Mbulo, visit The Author’s Page

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20 Comments Add yours

  1. What an accomplishment. Congratulations! Thanks for the follow.

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  2. Margaret is a brave woman! Kudos to her and you for what looks like a wonderful book!

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  3. Sean says:

    Congratulations on your book!

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  4. I’m amazed by the amount of books and stories you have produced and by your love of writing and the sheer enthusiasm with which you use your creativity. So glad we have come across each other 🙂

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    1. Thank you. Have a very blessed week.

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  5. Thanks for dropping by Matilde. I’ll bracket some time and have a look at what you’re up to. I usually stick with music/film but I do branch out once in a while. Good for you on your creative outlet. Later. CB

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  6. lorieb says:

    Hi Matilde, your words are very compelling. You mention “this country”, which country are you referring to? I apologize if this is mentioned elsewhere, just read the preview, still working on other posts

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    1. Hi Lorieb, thanks for posting here. That’s a fantastic question! I didn’t want to mention the name of the country in the book in order to avoid controversy because this particular novel touches a bit on lack of freedom of speech and expression in certain societies. The Characters are all fictional and so is the place/country. Thanks for reading the preview.

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  7. Thank you. Have a wonderful New Year!

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  8. TanGental says:

    hey, thanks for the follow and neat thinking here… just go for it. Oh how true, at every age! Have a great new year…

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  9. petrel41 says:

    Congratulations, Matilde!

    I have nominated your blog for the Real Neat Blog Award.

    More about this nomination is at

    https://dearkitty1.wordpress.com/2018/12/30/real-neat-blog-award-congratulations-16-nominees/

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      1. petrel41 says:

        Well deserved 🙂 All the best for you in 2019!

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  10. maristravels says:

    Oh, Wow! You are prolific, leaves the rest of us standing. I look forward to reading one of your books very soon but not just at the moment as I’ve taken on some transcribing work which must be done at home and apart from two books which I was given for Christmas, I am trying to limit my reading for at least a month.

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    1. Thank you.I hope you enjoy reading the books. Happy new year

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  11. Hi Bert and Rusha, Thank you so much for connecting.

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