My interview with AllAuthor

If you’ve seen my sweet book mockups on social media, like this… …then you can thank AllAuthor for those. 🙂 Anyway, my recent interview with Mady Joshi at AllAuthor has now been published and you can check it out below: Author of Black and Blue, Lee-Ann Khoh grew up in Perth, Western Australia. She usedContinue reading “My interview with AllAuthor”

A book baby is born

My book has been out for a week now and gosh, that feels weird to say! I kind of just let it drop without doing a book launch event because… well, frankly, I wanted to enjoy my book release. And spending the lead-up to it organising an event all about me would definitely not haveContinue reading “A book baby is born”

Closure and exposure

My debut novel is coming out… really bloody soon and I’m getting pretty nervous. Not in a bad way, but nervous nonetheless. As the release date draws nearer, a question that’s come up a few times is whether or not Black and Blue is autobiographical. And the answer to that is: yes and no. IContinue reading “Closure and exposure”

Why I chose indie publishing

There are basically two main reasons why I decided to go down the indie route for my debut novel, Black and Blue: My book Me Let me explain. First of all, Black and Blue kind of sits in the wilderness between young adult and adult fiction. Years ago, new adult fiction promised to bridge thatContinue reading “Why I chose indie publishing”

12 months of whatever this is… and counting

I started this blog about a year ago, not really knowing what it was trying to be… and I’m pretty sure I’m still just talking crap most of the time. I don’t follow any of the “rules” of blogging, like maintaining a consistent schedule or focusing on a niche (unless I’m the niche, haha). ButContinue reading “12 months of whatever this is… and counting”