Writing what I Read: A Brief Reflection

I don’t consider myself widely read in that I mainly read three genres (fantasy, mystery and historical fiction) and I only write in the genre of Chinese fantasy (actually I do have ideas pertaining to traditional fantasy but Chinese fantasy is what has my attention right now). In that sense, I think Chinese fantasy certainlyContinue reading “Writing what I Read: A Brief Reflection”

Moonlake’s Book Discoveries- March 2019

River of Stars by Guy Gavriel Kay Firstly, as an ethnic Chinese reading this novel, I commend Kay on his research and besides minor quibbles, I really think his fictional Northern Song Chinese setting came across as authentic and compelling. I had never read him or Chinese historical fantasy before so I had little expectationsContinue reading “Moonlake’s Book Discoveries- March 2019”