Chapter 4 of Starfang is UP!

Chapter 4: Captain Francesca receives a message.

A nice review of RIDER

in the April issue of Approach Magazine!

Health scare (not)

The scan came up clean. Negative. But my specialist, being ever cautious, slotted me for another scan on the 24th this month.

So, health scares are not funny.

Starfang chapter 3…


Boosting this up again!

Originally posted on A Wolf's Tale:

…is up and running .

We are also looking for fan art!

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In the papers and Vellum & Ink

I was in the local Chinese papers yesterday!

And… due to work commitments, Joelyn Alexandra has left Vellum & Ink. I am now helming it. Give me some time to get it organized again.

Cover Reveal: ‘Insignia: Chinese Fantasy Stories’ & ‘Insignia Vol.1.’ Promo!

Originally posted on The INSIGNIA Series:

Insignia: Chinese Fantasy Stories is coming soon! We’re just finalizing the list of stories and proofreading etc now. I thought I’d share the cover today :D


This volume is a little shorter than the Japanese anthology, but we have six stories with mixed themes and  sub-genres for you.   We can’t wait to share more details and story excerpts in April!


 If you don’t have a copy of Insignia: Japanese Fantasy Stories yet, now is your chance to grab it on sale! We’re dropping the price to $1.50 on Smashwords and all Amazon sites until March 31st. That’s half-price!



Amazon US

Amazon UK

Amazon JP

Amazon AUS



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Starfang chapter 3…

…is up and running.

We are also looking for fan art!

A nice review of “Of Oysters, Pearls and Magic”

On Tungsten Hippo


Sneak peak!


Interim cover for Halcyon Days, sequel to Dark Claw, an urban fantasy spinoff series set in the Jan Xu Adventures world. This series focus on Gabriel Sutherland, the half-drake, half-Lung (Chinese dragon).

Dark Claw:

Halcyon Days:

Health woes/scares

I am using this for a vent, to verbalize what I am feeling inside.

A couple of days ago, my left breast was inflamed with all signs pointing to an insect bite which I swore I felt. Yet the symptoms also matched the ones for inflammatory breast cancer (IBC), so imagine my panic. I mentioned it to my specialist who did a breast examination and referred me for a breast ultrasound. I have to go back to see her again in two weeks’ time.

Right now, I am in a state of quiet panic and terror and anxiety. I hope that it’s nothing. IT BETTER BE NOTHING.

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