Get it hot from the oven!

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Get it hot from the oven! Swiftlet’s Honor on print (POD)

Life!

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Now I have a biopsy slated for next Friday. Enjoy this picture in lieu of actual content!

PSA (Two)

PSA (Two)

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A YA sff novelette, where a young woman fights for her homeworld.

PSA

I head towards the hospital to see my specialist in three hours’ time. My heart is jumbled up, my emotions tangled. Today she will explain to me the scans and why I have to see a breast specialist next week.

Also…

I know that the Kindle Rider and Speaker books have formatting issues. So, I kindly divert your attention to my Gumroad site:

https://gumroad.com/jolantru

Please signal boost.

Full moon fanart…

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Older girl’s fanart where Marianne, Jan Xu’s younger sister, slept under the glow of the full moon. Was a challenge.

She did pretty well!

“An urban fantasy set in Singapore? Never!”

jolantru:

Boosting this up!

Originally posted on A Wolf's Tale:

Face it, the shelves (physical and online) are overwhelmed with urban fantasy stories all set in the Northern Hemisphere. Jim Butcher, Simon Greene, Charles de Lint, Kelley Armstrong, to name a few. And these are the more well-known names in the urban fantasy genre.

I looked hard for stories set in Southeast Asia (and I dared to hope – Singapore). Found none. Zilch. Nadah. Granted that Liz Williams wrote something about Singapore Three, but I wanted something I could connect to. Something I wanted to see.

[I was more ambitious. I wanted to see urban fantasy stories set in Singapore by Singaporean authors (or Southeast Asia). Nope. Maybe I was living under a boulder...]

So, as a challenge, I hammered out a novel for Nanowrimo 2009. I had just given birth, my baby was two months old (and still needed my full-on attention). Writing a novel, an urban fantasy set…

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For STGCC weekend!

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Only 99cents: get it!

Broke 10k reads!

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Thank you all!

Story up on Luna Station Quarterly

Birth of a Child: http://lunastationquarterly.com/story/the-birth-of-a-child/

Vietnamese mermaids!

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