Having reached the apex of her acting career as well as some form of an emotional dead end, Sara Whitley decides to take her existence to the next, more purposeful level. She brazenly sets off from Beverly Hills for war-torn Bosnia in October 1995, pledging her capital and her celebrity persona to a worthy cause. Sadly, her ambitions and the reality don’t get a chance to coincide- despite having taken all the measures of precaution applicable to someone of her stature, she winds up in the Bosnian mountains utterly unprepared for the events to follow. The environment Sara finds herself trapped in is so remarkably hostile that even the seasoned men she is accompanied by end up being severely tested.
However, the operation she stumbles upon has very little to do with warfare and a great deal to do with purposely steering clear of it.
‘Inscription’ is Alex Mulloy’s first bona fide attempt at literary expression. He started writing way back in primary school and much to his (ongoing) delight, the compulsion to record the thoughts that pranced in his head remained to this day. Apart from the novel he had written and the one that’s in the works, he concocts a short story every so often. Alex is confident that those will see the light of day sometime soon.
He lives in Pretoria, South Africa. His three children are his best friends and the primary source of his joy.