“Leung creates a fascinating parallel world of mice living alongside Camelot’s famous human inhabitants and neatly laces the action-driven plot with colorful animal and legendary Arthurian characters. Spot art adds to the Round Table feel.
This piece was first read at an event hosted by the brilliant Kristen Felicetti, featuring Actual Asian Poets. It is inspired by the many years working at my family’s restaurant, repeating the same phrase over and over to incoming customers.
For the next two months, I’m going to be all over the map—literally. Starting with Emerald City Comic-Con from April 6-11 and Book Expo America in Chicago from May 10-14! And to top it all off, I’ll have my very first BEA book signing for MICE OF THE ROUND TABLE!
Today was the cover reveal for Mice of the Round Table: A Tail of Camelot—a glorious creation by the supernaturally talented Lindsey Carr and the team at HarperCollins.
I picked up a pen, I wrote my own deliverance.
Some photo highlights from my recent trip north of The Wall to Iceland, plus our stopover in Amsterdam.
For the Quirk Books Halloween costume party, Val and I dressed up as BookTubers. And yes, we think we are very clever people.
It’s been about a month since I’ve posted a new outfit on Fiction to Fashion, so I wanted to make it a special one. And with source material as fantastic and hilarious as Nimona by Noelle Stevenson, I also wanted to do right by the spunky main character.
I’m so excited to finally share with everyone the inaugural Fiction to Fashion video produced by my alma-publisher, Penguin Random House!
Shortcomings by Adriane Tomine “Adrian Tomine addresses Asian American cultural identity issues head-on with his signature style of ‘cringe-worthy awkwardness.’ In this short but thought-provoking graphic novel, I was left with a sense of strong empathy mixed with that feeling you get when you have to drag your friend aside at a party and tell[…]