New Release: ‘Dragon’s Physician’ by Joyce Chng!



Today, let’s celebrate the newly released ‘Dragon’s Physician’ by Joyce Chng!

Joyce creates the most exciting worlds, I love her work and think you will too!



Can Jixin succeed in a world of dragon racing run by powerful women? Can he fight the system and fulfil his dream of becoming a dragon rider? Or does he choose instead to be a dragon physician like his mother? Jixin finds his world suddenly changed when Lu Si, the scion of a Rookery owner, takes a shine on him. He is plunged straight into the lucrative world of dragon racing… Will his life change?

“A sound woke him up. He opened his eyes and looked into a pair of eyes in the dark. This pair of eyes was familiar.
Lu Si.
She placed a slender finger on his lips.
“We are leaving,” she said.
Jixin sat up abruptly. “What? Where?…

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It has an ISBN…

So… Dragon Physician is now alive. Since Lulu did a site change over, made their functions really inaccessible (too many steps) and basically lost the files of many customers (me included).

I guess it’s happy book birthday to this book of mine who have been through the wringer, put on wait and appeared on a few platforms. It’s a survivor .

May updates!

Actually, it’s not a very merry month of May. Singapore has extended its lockdown to 1st June. My hospital nurse who is assistant to the consultant whom I am seeing just called me to say that my appointment has been postponed to 1st September, due to the pandemic.

I have made my kidlit available for sale, since things are very in the air. Fire Heart has delayed publication too. Everything has come to a screeching halt and for a not-so-well-known creator, not a good sign. I have written stuff, tried to stay productive, but I feel torn between giving up and ferocious anger.  (Note: I am OK as things can be. My family is safe, though bored and stuck at home, but we have food and shelter).

I am not even sure how the future is going to be, how publishing will look like post-pandemic (I am expecting to see resurgences of the virus). I have a bad feeling that voices and stories will be lost, ignored, neglected or – worse – erased for dominant narratives. Racism and all the shit things will not go away – people will become more parochial in their outlook. Diversity will only be domestic and regional. Markets are not talking to each other yet. (You hope, right?)

So, what do I have in store for May?

Honestly… Eveything’s up in the air.

1. Edit my second book (but first book isn’t published yet)

2. Mice?

3. Just fucking survive.

A nice way to end a horrible month…

My Soul Is Wolf is now up and running on Anathema!

Pre-order link is up…

… for Sun Dragon’s Song.

I am self-pubbing the book as the pandemic looks like it’s not going away anytime soon and I feel as if I am running out of time.


Another reading on Black Wolf Reads

It’s me reading from Dragon Sisters: Xiao Xiao & The Dragon’s Pearl – Chapter One: The Discovery.

Unedited, completely natural with my household in action around me. Also I was testing my desktop’s camera function and guess it worked!

Dragon Sisters reading

Japanese Fantasy Drabbles launches today!

Something bright and cheerful in a dark and scary time.


More links


Happy Easter!

Happy Easter to those who celebrate.

And Merry Ostara too.


Life over death.

Story Home Story Fest: Dragon!


Hey kids, you can get your mums and dads to save the image for you. Print it out and colour!


April updates!

Not an Aprils’ Fool joke!
March was… overwhelming with COVID-19 in everything and disrupting people’s lives just like that.  I am supposed to be happy (trying to be), hanging on, and trying to stay focused.  Everything feels off, things are in the air, and nothing is certain
So the only things I can do now is to work on things I can see/are tangible goals (for me). 
1. Work on xianxia book.
2. Work on book 2 of my YA fantasy.
3. Full Moon burning of intentions.
4, Mice, Mice, Mice

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