Bontle Senne is a book blogger and literary advocate. She wrote her first short story at 6 years old and her first book review at 9 years old. Since then, she hasn’t stopped writing either. Bontle is a former managing director at the Puku Children’s Literature Foundation, a trustee of READ Educational Trust and a part owner of feminist trade publishing house Modjaji Books. She occasionally writes books reviews for the Sunday Times and even though it was a long time since she was 16, her favourite books are still books for teens. She has spoken around the world in Congo-Brazzaville, Germany, France and, of course, South Africa about African children’s books and reading.