Asian Shorts International
by various authors
translated and narrated
Asian Shorts International is an anthology of nineteen short stories by nine different authors. Most of them are professional writers but two of them were previously unpublished and one of those went on to write several more books.
The writers live all over the world too, in as much as nine people can, but countries include Cambodia, Canada, England, Thailand, USA, Vietnam and Wales. Their names and brief bios can be found under the list of translations below. free audiobook copies can be obtained in most cases, and other languages are being added as they become available.
The authors contributing to Asian Shorts International, in no particular order, are: Mike Lord, Owen Jones, Bernard Foong, Gay Ingram, Jennifer J. Chow, S. R. Mallery, Trevor Aindow and David Collier.
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Authors’ Bios of Contributors to Asian Shorts International:
Sinagiri, by Mike Lord – Rajah Kasyapu & the Frescoes at Singiriya, in Sri Lanka.
Owen Jones writes in many genre which you can discover on his here: http://owencerijones.com . His flagship series ‘Behind The Smile ~ The Story of Lek, A Bar Girl in Pattaya’ is here: http://behind-the-smile.org
Bernard Foong (aka Young) is the author of ‘A Harem Boy’s Saga; a memoir’ by Young (seven book series): http://aharemboysaga.com/wp/ The first three books in the series – ‘Initiation’, ‘Unbridled’ and ‘Debauchery’ (published by Solstice publishing) are currently available at all Amazon online stores e.g. http://amzn.to/1FMlHVY
Gay Ingram writes historical fiction. Mai Lin: Another New Beginning is her latest release. See all her published books at https://www.amazon.com/author/gayingram. She also contributes a weekly column to http://venturegalleries.com/author/gayingram/.
Jennifer J. Chow
Jennifer J. Chow writes Asian-American fiction with a geriatric twist. She is the author of The 228 Legacy, a 2013 Finalist for ’Foreword
Reviews’ Book of the Year Award. She also writes the Winston Wong cozy mystery series under J.J. Chow. Visit her website for more details: www.jenniferjchow.com
S. R. Mallery
As a former singer, calligrapher, quilt designer, and ESL teacher, S.R. Mallery has been labeled nothing short of ‘eclectic’, see: http://www.srmallery.com
As a writer, history is her focus and is woven into her stories with a delicate thread. See http://tinyurl.com/srmallery
Trevor Aindow is an accomplished bass guitarist who has played with many bands both at home in the UK and while holidaying abroad in Europe and in Asia. His Facebook page is at: https://www.facebook.com/trevor.aindow or you can contact him on email@example.com
David Collier is the founder and owner of Pattaya’s most famous bookshop the ‘Canterbury Tales Café’ in Soi Chaiyapoon, where he is often to be found reading and drinking coffee. http://www.canterburytalescafe.com He also runs a very popular Facebook group at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/749636571822694/
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