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Malaysian-born novelist based in London, Yang-May Ooi - published two legal thrillers "The Flame Tree" and "Mindgame" with Hodder & Stoughton.
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My blog at Fusion View

I blog at Fusion View, an East/ West blog on writing, culture and the arts at www.fusionview.co.uk where I post something most weekdays. It's great that there's a blog facility here on Crimespace but I have my hands full with my blog at Fusion View so I hope you'll take the time to visit me there instead!

Posted on April 9, 2007 at 11:53pm

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At 9:39am on April 10, 2007, Patti McCoy Jacob said…
Yes, Shawhank Redemption is one of my all-time favorites, and such a unique accomplishment for Stephen King. Shows how diverse he truly is.

Cheers,
Patti
At 7:32am on April 8, 2007, JackBludis said…
Not many people know that Faulkner rewrote "To Have and Have Not" into the movie that most of us know more than the book -- The book, to my way of thinking, is classic noir. A guy trying to make a living loses and arm, then his life, while everything goes wrong for him. (This is a response to yours on my page.)
At 6:07am on April 8, 2007, RJ said…
Thanks for friending! Being new & launching a new concept in book reviews (Real Reader Reviews), CrimeSpace seemed a great place to get to know some wonderful people.
Hope you have a happy holiday weekend!
At 2:38am on April 7, 2007, Charles Kelly said…
Thanks for your reply. Yes, the process of communicating is a bit confusing. I sent a bunch of messages before I figured it out. I think the right answer is to go to the home page of the person to whom you are writing and post your reply there. Thanks again! I'm terrible about promoting my writing, but I hope this is an easy and painless way to do it.
At 2:30am on April 7, 2007, Yang-May Ooi said…
Hi Charles - thanks for sharing your personal experience re using this space. I will quote you on my post and add a link to your page. (I would have asked every one of my friends on crimespace but I haven't got around to typing duplicate message to everyone! So thanks for taking the initiative to give me your views.
At 2:24am on April 7, 2007, Charles Kelly said…
Hi. I noticed that you told Robert Gregory Browne that you're interested in comments from crimespace members about why they joined crimespace (so you can publish the comments in Fusion View). I just joined, but I foresee several benefits. For one thing, it's a friendly, very personal way to share my experiences as a writer and lover of crime fiction. It offers an opportunity for personal promotion of my soon-to-be-published novel, and it's very user-friendly, technologically. It leads you through the steps of, essentially, creating your own blog. And it encourages the creation of a personal web page, which I haven't done yet but will soon. All in all, it's great fun!
At 1:29am on April 7, 2007, Charles Kelly said…
Hi. I just visited your website. You have a fascinating background. Very cool!
At 1:26am on April 7, 2007, Charles Kelly said…
Hi. My book's main character is an investigative reporter, but he's Irish-born and a whole lot tougher and better-looking than I am. I'm certain familiar with the way he goes about his business, however. What's your background?
At 6:13pm on April 6, 2007, Yang-May Ooi said…
Hi Morgan, thanks for visiting. The photo of the sheep and dog is one I borrowed from the world wide web to illustrate the concept of "round up" so I'm afraid I don't know who they are!
At 11:42am on April 6, 2007, Morgan Mandel said…
Your blog looks quite organized and informative.
By the way, who is in the picture with the sheep and dog?

Morgan Mandel
 
 
 

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