Cover reveal, plus deets!

I have been keeping quiet about this wonderful project I am on. It’s called Swift The Chase: Scenes from 9 Fantastic Stories and it is a sample anthology of stories involving chase scenes. (My story is an excerpt from Wolf At The Door).

Title: Swift The Chase: Scenes from 9 Fantastic Stories SwiftTheChase_FC (2)

Authors: Intisar Khanani, Raf Morgan, Casey Blair, Rachel Neumeier, P. Djélì Clark, Sherwood Smith, Joyce Chng, Melissa McShane, Andrea K. Höst

Cover Design: Jenny Zemanek of Seedlings Design studio(http://seedlingsonline.com/)

Genre: Fantasy

Release Date: October 8, 2019

Price: FREE on most platforms

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Synopsis:

 Magic—danger—and the thrill of the chase!

 Experience the rush of racing across rooftops with thieves—or the desperation of fleeing an assassin who knows you a little too well. From the fish market of a tropical island sultanate, to the monster-filled alleys of a steampunk London, to a land where souls take different forms as they rise or fall through the layers of the world, this collection of chase scenes and vignettes set in nine distinctive worlds will leave you spellbound.

Find unexpected allies, unshakeable enemies, sudden twists and turns, and always the swiftness of the chase—whether you’re on the hunt, or racing for your life.

This sampler includes an exclusive bonus scene set during the events of Tea Set and Match by Casey Blair, available for free online, and a scene from an unpublished novel by Rachel Neumeier not available anywhere else. The excerpts by Intisar Khanani, Raf Morgan, P. Djèlí Clark, Sherwood Smith, Joyce Chng, Melissa McShane, and Andrea K. Höst are from longer works that are available for sale at all major retailers.

Add to Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/47954875-swift-the-chase

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But wait… there is also a giveaway!

Giveaway:
We will be giving away a US$20 gift card to a book retailer of the winner’s choice, plus a mini-library of 7 e-books by participating authors. Yay! Please make sure to share about this!  LINK BELOW!
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Banned Books Week: Episode 375: Reclaiming Our Narratives!

It’s Banned Books Week and Episode 375: Reclaiming Our Narratives is now available for reading and listening!

My story is one of three stories of resistance, rebellion and reclaiming our narratives. It’s read by the awesome John Chu!

 

Support the Rider Trilogy!

Interested in a YA sff series set on a desert planet and focuses on climate change issues? It’s the Rider Trilogy.

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A new article up on Folklore Thursday about Mid-Autumn Festival!

… which, by the way, it falls on Friday 13th. Tomorrow. And it will be a super-rare harvest full moon.

The Mid-Autumn Festival: Mooncakes, Lanterns and Family

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AFCC recap

For two days, I attended AFCC (Asian Festival of Children’s Content) and as always was/am surprised by the amount and level of talent in Southeast Asia.

My panel was about Southeast Asian YA science fiction and fantasy. THERE ARE SOUTHEAST ASIAN YA WRITERS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA. Why aren’t they more well-known? I really want more translations now. At the moment, most of the books published are only read within their home countries and only by a few as accessibility and interest are still very low. Why aren’t publishers biting/interested/actively acquiring? I know Scholastic Asia is. (I am biased, because I have a book under them). Why aren’t we actively marketing and promoting YA (and MG) sff books?

(I have more Thoughts re: this – will write more when my brain cells recover)

 

 

Rabbit on the moon: September updates

Finally, the Ghost Month is over. I got things done. Mid-Autumn Mice got drawn. Games got written. I am even staring at book 2 of YA fantasy.
What will I be up to this September:
1. AFCC – a major kidlit conference in Singapore: I have a panel about Southeast Asian science fiction YA.
2. MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL.
3. A major medical appointment, plus scan.
4. Book 2 of YA fantasy.
5. Space opera RPG.
6. Writing history academic/assessment book.

A good end to Ghost Month!

Today is the end of the Ghost Month or Seventh Month.

And the best way to end it:  my history series proposal greenlit!

So, September is a lot of writing. 😀

 

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