My writing has appeared in Imprint, the anthology of the Hong Kong Women in Publishing Society, on numerous expatriate websites, and on several PocketGuide Audio Tours. My first e-book, The Olympics Beat: A Spectator’s Memoir of Beijing, is a mini travel memoir about my adventures at the most elaborate, expensive Olympic Games in history.
In November 2013, I self-published a novel in front of a live audience at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club in Hong Kong. The Art of Escalator Jumping is women’s fiction set primarily on the Mid-levels Escalator in Hong Kong.
I am the editor of a collection of non-fiction and memoir by expatriate women in Asia titled How Does One Dress to Buy Dragonfruit, forthcoming from Signal 8 Press in 2014.
Currently, I am writing a series of post-apocalyptic adventure novels set at sea (think Wool meets The Poseidon Adventure). These may be released under a pen name when they are ready.
I am seeking literary representation for a travel memoir about the year I followed a man I met at a fencing club to Hong Kong, only for him to be sent to London a month later.
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