Bath Flash Fiction Anthology 2018
Things Left and Found by The Side of the Road
My flash fiction story 'Margate' was longlisted in the Bath Flash Fiction Award 2018 and was one of 133 published stories chosen from massive 2755 entries!
SCOOP Magazine Oct/Nov 2018
'The Dragon Shell' is about a girl who discovers a that her own family was part of a forgotten mystery during World World I.
Visual Verse 2018
Two pieces of flash fiction (adult) have been published on Visual Verse: An Anthology of Art and Words
50-500 words in one hour.
Brum Radio Podcast - Word Play: A Collection of New Writing
'Growing Up On Lard' read by novelist Catherine O' Flynn
Impossible Things Anthology
(Creative Futures Literary Award, 2015)
My story 'Home Instead' was written about an elderly Chinese person who is receiving home care from a young inexperienced carer. Lemn Sissay and Maggie Gee also feature in the anthology.
THE EDGE SERIES
The Crew: Hot or Not? by Sam Carter (series pseudonym)
(Franklin Watts, 2009)
Amber loves football. She's the Crew's star player. She also likes Kai and wants him to ask her out. But Kai isn't into sporty girls so Jade, Amber's best mate, comes up with a plan.
The EDGE SERIES
The Crew: Day of the Dog by Sam Carter (series pseudonym)
(Franklin Watts, 2009)
Sam looks after a big dog called Buster. But Buster has other ideas and runs off. Sam and the Crew HAVE to find Buster or there will be Buster-sized trouble!
The Map of Me: True Tales of Mixed Heritage
(Decibel Prize/Penguin, 2008)
My non-fiction piece 'Growing Up On Lard' was first published in this anthology which explored growing up with a white working-class English family and the food we ate.
Finding A Voice: An Anthology
(National Academy of Writing & Birmingham City University, 2009)
I wrote a short piece of flash fiction called 'Cupboard Love' about a woman who grew up hiding in cupboards to get away from her sister.
(Birmingham Libraries with Brewin Books, 2008)
'Lychees and Bingo Balls' was one of my first pieces of fiction. The anthology was launched at the then Birmingham Book Festival and I was the first British-born Chinese author to feature at the festival!
(Birmingham Words - Online Publication, 2007)
'The Last Hao Gao' was a piece of mirco fiction (less than 300 words) and this was the first time I had been published anywhere. I was so happy.