About The Book
An involuntary misfit, due to her supposedly unique physical
appearance, resolute character and unusual speaking style,
life challenged her in many ways.
Wherever she went, questions were asked, assumptions were
made… only for other people’s comfort, to be placed in a box
that was never her choice.
She felt alienated and alone.
Along with such ordeals, her life unraveled, losing people
whom she loved and cherished in rapid succession, including
coming close to losing the father of her children as well.
Born during the twilight decade of Apartheid, her family was
deported twice due to the Immorality Act, with everything
being taken from them.
But who became this person? Who was her family? Why did she emigrate to a foreign country at a young age?
Would she find a sanctuary there for herself?
Author: Precious Zeinzinger-Tuitz
Title: Walking in My Skin
Category: Non-fiction, Biography, Relationships, Family,
ISBN S.A.: 978062079924-9
ISBN Amazon: 9781099097706
First published: May 2019
- Amazon KDP Kindle(eBook)
- Amazon KDP (Print on demand - Overseas)
- Paperbag South Africa
About The Author
Owner, Managing Director and Founder of two training institutions, Vienna, Austria, and Johannesburg, South
Africa, Certified language Trainer, Mentor, Author, and Speaker.
Mrs. Precious Zeinzinger-Tuitz is originally from South Africa, born in Soweto, South Africa during the Apartheid era.
Her father is Austrian, and her mother Xhosa.
Her family was deported twice due to the Immorality Act, forcing them to live in exile.
She lived in Austria for many years and recently returned to live in South Africa with her family.
Her personal favourite African proverb:
“The harder you hit the rubber ball to the ground, the higher it rises”