Photo Credit: Amazon H.S. Kim is the author of Waxing Moon http://www.amazon.com/Waxing-Moon-H-S-Kim/dp/1937178382/ref=pd_sim_sbs_b_1/185-6130206-7266437, a novel about feudal Korea recently released on September 2013 by WiDo Publishing. Waxing Moon – the Novel Waxing Moon tells the story of a group of strong women living under the protection of the O household in 19th century Korea. A good story is about characters and how they interact to achieve their goals. The women char
First there’s a whisper, next the words on paper and then the object begins to take shape … It becomes a physical book! I couldn’t have done it without support. This post is about everyone who helped make my intangible real – everyone who supported me. After years and multiple revisions my novel is going to print Monday with a “real cover”, and a “real” set of acknowledgements- All I can say is: Our writer’s dreams become reality only with the support of other writers. So …
I thought I was a global person but it turns out I’m not … My novel As the Heart Bones Break is making its debut globally at Singapore Writer’s Festival in November. Well, almost globally. Singapore based international publisher Marshall Cavendish has the rights to everywhere except North America. I’m a global Asian. Jennifer’s Asian-American. The book, written in the 2nd person, is about a conflicted Vietnamese man and what happens when his American Vietnamese wife discovers
Nguyen Trong Hien is the author of Village Teacher, a novel which offers a refreshing look at a Vietnam rarely featured in English language fiction. Why I chose to interview Hien Village Teacher struck me immediately as a different and exquisite piece of Old Vietnam. Set in the early years of French colonisation, it is on its surface a love story about a virtuous village scholar, Tam, and Giang, a spirited half-French daughter of the Hue elite. But, the book has many layers.