Posts Tagged by Chinese

DiversifYA: Heidi Heilig

I’m super delighted to welcome fellow Sweet Sixteen Heidi Heilig to the blog today! Heidi grew up in Hawaii where she rode horses and raised peacocks, and then she moved to New York City and grew up even more, as one tends to do. Her favorite thing, outside of writing, is travel. Her debut novel, THE […]

DiversifYA: Kristy and Bryce

Bryce and Kristy are a tag-team writing duo with way too many voices in their heads. As recovering engineers living in Toronto, they can’t be safely contained by mere cubicle walls, and therefore must spend every other waking moment writing to keep the crazy from leaking out at the office. Their debut novel LITTLE MISS EVIL will […]

DiversifYA: Yangsze Choo

Malaysian writer Yangsze Choo’s August 2013 debut novel, The Ghost Bride, was’s Book of the Week and a Carnegie Medal nominee. Set in 1890s colonial Malaya and the elaborate Chinese afterlife, with its ghost cities and burned paper offerings, it’s about a young Chinese woman who receives a marriage proposal from a dead man. Yangsze eats and reads […]