I was interviewed by the LOS ANGELES REVIEW OF BOOKS (China Channel) and it’s now out. “Writing about Asia or Asians is naturally something close to me. It is what I have grown up with. I am equally comfortable with writing about the West and white people because firstly, I have lived in the West …
Without risk of cultural appropriation or misrepresentation or just being plain offensive. Diversity is a buzzword we all may at some point encounter. I have written from white, mixed and Asian people’s viewpoints and can say I am fairly comfortable now. My published stories or novels have a mixture of different cultures and it is …
Heart of Glass is a dark tale about obsession, greed and music. It is a pacy literary crime noir thriller exploring the darkness in human nature. It contains Realism, Drama, Tragedy, Horror and Gothic elements. It is loosely naturalistic as a genre, which means the narrative style is straightforward American vernacular prose about mundane things in …
Yoohoo! ‘Tis the final instalment day. Is there any hope for Li-an after the trouble she’s caused? Is she damned? Be damned, but read it! Sign up to read for free.
Oh yussssss, my boy, we are on the PENULTIMATE day. In which Li-an has to discover for herself what exactly is Hotel Central besides being a 9-storey brothel. No, really. Ya gotta live it to believe it and believe it to live it.
Where are they taking her?
Things are not so cozy in the Club now. What lengths will Li-an have to go to?
What has gone wrong and why does Li-an hear sirens on New Year’s Day 1981? READ STAVE VI
Li-an is on Cloud 9. She is high, she is dizzy. What she has discovered just before the New Year’s Eve party, 1980, might change her luck. Read Heart of Glass for free for 10 days. We are on Day 5. Half way guys! EXCERPT FROM STAVE V:
Read Heart of Glass for free for 10 days. We are on Day 4, 6 to go: in which the protagonist Li-an is now feeling reticent about the ‘jawb’ she has come to do. EXCERPT FROM STAVE IV: