In April 1994, the plane of the President of Rwanda was shot down over Kigali. His murder sparked a mass extermination of the Tutsi population and any Hutu who supported them which lasted 100 days, led to the gruesome death of 800,000 people, and was systematically ignored by the West.
Two girls. Victoria, a Rwandan girl, refugee in the camp of Goma, Zaïre. Iris, a French girl, living in Paris. For a few months in 1994, they exchanged an unlikely correspondence. Then one day, the letters stopped. Victoria is a journey across time and place, through horror, guilt and hope.
"Victoria is an attempt at making sense of the unthinkable and finding answers amongst the silence."
To read more about Sophie's creative process in approaching this topic, you can read her article in the Wales Arts Review.
Little White Lies
Literary Fiction meets Psychological Thriller
Little White Lies is the story of Iris, an insomniac French writer who lives in London. A few weeks after her father's funeral in Paris, she receives a box with pictures and a notebook. Her father's notebook. Grief stricken, she ignores the box at first. When her flat is broken into, she decides to pay a visit to the man who sent her the box.
Little White Lies is a story of deceit, and the damage caused by family secrets.