Singapore Yellow Book Launch a Rocketing Success!

So last week was the official launch for my novel Singapore Yellow, the second in the hard-boiled Malaya trilogy, as part of the Singapore Writer’s Festival.

It was a fun event with Monsoon Books publisher Phil Tatham moderating a dynamic panel with myself and fellow Monsoon author Rosie Milne.

Rosie has just published a very ambitious novel taking the perspectives of the two wives of Stamford Raffles. She was kind enough to give me a copy and it promises to be a very exciting read!

Rosie also runs a fantastic blog called Asian Books, which is a must read for people who like books about Asia; Asians who like books; or people who get misdirected from Asian bookworm fetish sites.

Here’s Rosie’s coverage of the book launch:

http://www.asianbooksblog.com/2015/11/day-3-singapore-writers-festival.html#more

And here’s a picture of the two of us holding court!

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Don’t forget to order your copies of Singapore Yellow and Singapore Black immediately. The Amazon Evil Empire is the still the fastest way to get the ebooks. Don’t delay…there may not be a tomorrow….

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