Thanks so much to everyone for coming to our webinar on The World of Book Marketing & Promotions. It was so nice to connect with you all! If you missed the presentation, TWUC Members have free access to recordings. As promised, here is my interview with Beth Parker, who is a freelance publicist based in
The lovely editors Emily Pohl-Weary and Elizabeth Leung at Young Adulting were kind enough to interview me about writing, snack-age, and books. Check out their interview here: Follow them at @YAingReview for awesome interviews with MG/YA authors and their thoughts on books! Happy reading!
I was so utterly thrilled to be asked to say a few words at the BC Publishers Association Award Reception when my publisher for The Woo-Woo, Arsenal Pulp Press, took home the Jim Douglas Award for their fierce commitment to promoting diversity in CanLit. What can I say? I won the writing lottery when Brian
As a Fire Rabbit, I am prone to flighty behaviour, accidents, and epic stress levels. One good thing about being a high speed bunny is that I typically get my shit done, and basic Alices can’t keep up with me in Wonderland. Rat-Year 2020 for Rabbit is supposed to not be as fantastic as 2019,
What if someone from highschool/the past shows up? I lamented on Facebook and a mere seconds later, my friend and complete badass author/literary triad leader Carrianne Leung (That Time I Loved You, 2018) messaged to reassure me that I was Lindsay Fucking (Fu-King) Wong who had accolades or degrees or whatever. I could definitely read
Tuesday, 28 January 2020 by Lindsay Wong
I was absolutely thrilled to chat with Karmella Cen Benedito De Barros and Room Magazine about what it means to be memoirist and working writer with vertigo (super gouge out of my eyes stressful!) and how honored (wide-eyed incredulous!) I am that people are still reading and buying The Woo-Woo. Having said that, it’s been