Tag Archives: Junying Kirk

Why Do You Write in #English?

Once upon a time, I learnt to write in my first language, Chinese. I was a quick learner and was able to write at a young age, partly due to the fact that my PoPo, aka, my grandma in my … Continue reading

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First Impressions: a Guest Blog by @edenbaylee

eden baylee Junying has graciously given me space to guest blog about my latest book, Stranger at Sunset. It’s my first mystery novel and a departure from a genre I’ve become known for—literary erotica. I’m thrilled to be here because … Continue reading

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The Passing of a Sister – #Memoir of #China #TheSameMoon

    Accompanied by Mother and I, Ping was taken to the number one Regional Hospital in Ninan by ambulance, and admitted to intensive care immediately. Father was away on business, but joined us two days later. Each night, I … Continue reading

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#Review of Trials of Life

Vanessa Wu rated it 5 of 5 stars  I spent a good while reading this book and returned to it many times to re-read passages and think about what I’d read. It stirred up many emotions because the situations were … Continue reading

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