Now Following You

Now Following You Now Following You is a clever chilling and compelling read which deals skilfully with relevant issues most notably the power social media gives to stalkers and others who intend harm Jamie Burchell

  • Title: Now Following You
  • Author: Fiona Snyckers
  • ISBN: 9781928215066
  • Page: 249
  • Format: Paperback
  • Now Following You

    Now Following You is a clever, chilling and compelling read, which deals skilfully with relevant issues most notably, the power social media gives to stalkers and others who intend harm Jamie Burchell is a digital native social media comes as naturally to her as breathing She Instagrams, tweets and Facebooks her every move Then a stalker starts using social media toNow Following You is a clever, chilling and compelling read, which deals skilfully with relevant issues most notably, the power social media gives to stalkers and others who intend harm Jamie Burchell is a digital native social media comes as naturally to her as breathing She Instagrams, tweets and Facebooks her every move Then a stalker starts using social media to track her movements As his behaviour escalates, so does her fear But her blog has never been popular The fans can t get enough of reading about her stalker She is closer than ever to achieving her dream of becoming a writer Should she take herself offline, or should she refuse to be intimidated Soon the stalker starts threatening the people she cares about But now it s too late for Jamie to go offline he s already following her in real life.

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    1. Tammy

      An entertaining read that's part suspense novel, part romance and is excellent commentary on social media networks and how our lives are shaped by both the good and bad ways in which we use them. From victim-blaming, to tackling tackling ownership of your own space when you're being stalked, Fiona Snyckers effortlessly navigates the various levels of our complex relationship with social media with the expertise of someone who's had years of observing all manner of personalities engaging with one [...]

    2. Maire Fisher

      It's hard to write good light fiction. But Fiona Snyckers has the knack. If you haven't yet done so, treat yourself to the Trinity series, delightful reads for young adults (and their parents). Jamie Burchell lives her life the way so many people of a digital age do. She chronicles almost every event on social media: what she's eating, where she's off to next, who she's meeting, what happens during the meeting, how she feels about it all afterwards. She writes a blog and asks readers what she sh [...]

    3. Jayne Bauling

      In addition to the familiarity of setting, in this case Johannesburg, one of the pleasures of reading fiction from, and set in, your own country is the way you can ‘place’ the characters.Our relationship with social media is to the fore in this contemporary, relevant, and entertaining novel. Aspiring writer Jamie Burchell’s stalker is seriously sick, but she won’t be frightened into going offline or self-censoring.Layers of wit, romance, and emotion are wrapped around the meat of an esca [...]

    4. Wεทchy ¸.¸. ҉¨

      Not surprising it has been my online activity that has kept me from finishing Fiona Snyckers book, “Now Following You”, sooner! Social Media addict Jamie and level headed Pumla are the co-owners and operators of a coffee shop in the suburbs. Although Jamie’s background is in hospitality, she is a writer at heart who is using blogging as a tool to gain exposure in the hopes of having her book published.Successful business woman Pumla is searching for a “baby daddy” in her desperate ques [...]

    5. Cecilia Belgraver

      13 April 2017Grey, wet weekend calls for a book and pancakes.Finished "Now Following You" by Fiona Snyckers last night. I write, edit & proofread freelance for a living. By evening I want to veg in front of the TV, because I can't concentrate on a book. But then I read Fiona's latest book, "Spire", in online installments, enjoyed it, wanted more of same and started the book that had preceded it: "Now Following You". It's perfect for a rainy long-weekend, as it's likely to make you curious ea [...]

    6. Nic Adams

      How wonderful to find a good read from a South African author.In today's world of technology, social media and the like and everyone sending status updates at this restaurant, that country, this orchard, that city, about this friend and that associate, ad nauseum this book enlightens one on how easy it is to be stalked, how easy it is to share every aspect of your life with those whom you want to share with ans those who have ulterior motives the bottom line is that social media did not bring st [...]

    7. Tiah

      - The trouble with dogs was that they didn't take kindly to strangers hiding in gardens. -– "As a criminologist, my role was to analyse what drove civilians to commit acts of violence against the US military.""Well, let's see. The US invaded Afghanistan and Iraq and killed lots of civilians. I'd be a bit peeved myself if I were an Iraqi." "That was a stumbling block, yes." -- Women get told all the time to change the way they act for their own safety. The onus isn't on me to change my behaviou [...]

    8. Siyamthanda Skota

      Fiona Snyckers’ one is a fictional account or a novel. Her protagonist, Jamie Burchell, and her high school friend as well as business partner Pumla Maseko, are a reflection of our society where checking in and oversharing about what’s happening in your life blow by blow may land us in serious trouble. We do this because we do not think we’re important or famous enough to have stalkers. We do not think that somewhere out there they might be a psycho lurking around and just enjoying followi [...]

    9. Samantha Curley-Young

      What a good read from a local author! I loved the characters and being in the online world myself, the plot of the book certainly make me think carefully about how exposed I make my life.Highly recommended!

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