I was finally able to announce my next Young Adult book and it’s a K-pop rom-com!
I am really fond of this new project because it includes two things I love: K-pop/fandom and childhood friends-to-lovers trope. Very specifically childhood friends who’ve been separated for awhile and come back together to realize they still have feelings for each other which may or may not bloom into romance (hint: it does!). I’m also super excited to be working with Disney Books on this story,
This is an updated version of a post that originally appeared in the December 2019 edition of my newsletter Readiculous Musings. You can subscribe for it HERE.
The year has been a wild ride! My debut YA fantasy novel, Wicked Fox, came out in June of this year. I got to travel to promote the book and I was able to announce the title of the sequel, Read more »
I am so happy I got to reveal the title for Book 2! I’m still in the process of working on some revisions for the sequel to Wicked Fox, but it’s shaping up to be a really fun book and I can’t wait to share it with you all. I don’t want to give any spoilers (but if you want to learn more go HERE),
This is an updated version of a post that originally appeared in the June 2019 edition of my newsletter Readiculous Musings. You can subscribe for it HERE.
It is the one month anniversary of WICKED FOX coming out. So, I think I am feeling a bit nostalgic and I am thinking a lot about what has brought me to this point. And one of the biggest factors was having a good community around me.
If you’re buying Wicked Fox or requesting it from your library, I’d love to give you a gift to show my appreciation! These beautiful character cards were created by the amazingly talented Alexis Castellanos (http://alexiscastellanos.com/)
Please fill out the form below to receive your character cards!
This Wicked Fox order gift campaign will be running through July 1, 2019 (which means it is open for those that can’t pre-order for any reason and wish to buy the book during the first week it’s on sale!) Open Internationally!
This post originally appeared in the February 2019 edition of my newsletter Readiculous Musings. You can subscribe for it HERE.
One thing I’ve always liked about how other authors do their newsletters is that they share their writing process! As a fan who is also a writer, this is always super interesting to me.
So I thought I’d share with you all how I plot my books.
Hi all! If you follow me on social media then you probably saw me shouting from the rooftops about my cover reveal for WICKED FOX. If not, then here is me shouting about it!
I was so lucky to have my exclusive preview hosted on Entertainment Weekly! They also included an excerpt. Which I will give you some insider info on and let you know it is NOT from chapter 1,
Time for an end-of-the-year post where I talk about all the things that have happened this year and all the things I hope for the new year!
2018 has truly been a wild year for me! I got a book deal, I moved to NYC, I got a new job!
I was also lucky this year because I read and watched a lot of amazing things. So I thought I’d share some of my favorites with you all!
Hi everyone! I wanted to write a post because I have a really fun announcement. My good friend, Claribel Ortega, has long been an up-and-coming voice in the publishing world. She started a podcast, Write or Die Podcast, this year to highlight the journeys of writers and their struggles to achieve their dream of being published authors.
Write or Die is a podcast that aims to share the real stories about what it takes to become an author – the gritty,
This post originally appeared in the September 2018 edition of my newsletter Readiculous Musings. You can subscribe for it HERE.
(I’m stealing and updating from an old post I wrote about finding my voice and my ownvoices stories)
This summer I had an awesome August full of things that give me such joy and hope as an Asian reader and creator! I grew up without seeing myself in mainstream media and I never knew how it affected my perception of myself until I went away to college and encountered large groups of peers that looked like me for the first time (I grew up in a predominantly white area).