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Writers’ Corner // Interview with Alda Yuan

Hello everyone! Welcome to another post from the Writers’ Corner! Today we will be hearing from Alda Yuan (author of Quests and Quandaries, Book 1 of The Floating Isles), who shares her insights about work-life balance as a part-time writer! 1)    What are some of your favourite books? It’s pretty hard to pick favorite but below is… Continue reading Writers’ Corner // Interview with Alda Yuan

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August Wrap-Up (the month when I got married!!!)

Hey everyone! YES I am back! August was a phenomenal month for me. It was hectic, it was fun, and to be honest, the introvert-me is surprised that I survived at all hahaha.... All kidding aside, it was an amazing month. I loved every moment of it. (PSSST I GOT MARRIED. Yes. Do read on… Continue reading August Wrap-Up (the month when I got married!!!)

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Writers’ Corner // Interview with David Kummer

Hey everyone! Welcome to another post from the Writers' Corner! Today we will be hearing from David Kummer (author of Home) about his writing inspiration, experience as a self-published writer and tips for new and aspiring writers! 1. If you could pick your 5 favorite books of all time, which would you choose? Very hard… Continue reading Writers’ Corner // Interview with David Kummer

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Writers’ Corner // Author Interview with Ava Morgyn

Hello everyone! Today I am excited to present to you an interview session with Ava Morgyn, who is the writer of "Resurrection Girls." Ava will share some insights about her influences, her inspiration, and her writing process. 1. What are some of your favourite novels?  I’ve always been a giant fan of The Handmaid’s Tale,… Continue reading Writers’ Corner // Author Interview with Ava Morgyn

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Writers’ Corner // Excerpt from KAEROU Time to Go Home

By B. Jeanne Shibahara Before any American soldiers could rape and kill them, most of Fusako’s friends had vowed to use chopsticks to grip their own tongues, bite them off, and bleed to death. A few of those friends later married American officers. One moved to Alaska and sent Fusako a coin purse of baby seal… Continue reading Writers’ Corner // Excerpt from KAEROU Time to Go Home

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Writers’ Corner // Guest Post: The Four Rules of Writing

By Sanjiv Lingard Last night, on the 28th Street subway, I saw two women deep in conversation. My mind raced. Were they old friends, rivals, or maybe estranged lovers? If you're like me, a story can spin out of an everyday observation. The secret is being able to get those stories out of your mind… Continue reading Writers’ Corner // Guest Post: The Four Rules of Writing