Suspicious Partner -Episode 1 & 2

Dramas With A Side of Kimchi

Screen Shot 2017-05-13 at 9.14.51 AMFrom the writer that brought us the most likeable serial killer in dramaland, and the most awkward tea parties ever. We now have Suspicious Partner. A drama that really has everything. Crackling OTP (One True Pairing) chemistry, witty and fast paced dialogue. A murder mystery worth solving. And most of all PLOT.

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What Roxbury Books has been up to

I wanted to share this from the launch of my publishing platform and imprint. You’ll now see a Roxbury section in my newsletter, Soaring with Dragons.

Roxbury Books

We’ve been busy getting settled here at Roxbury Books.

We starting moving into the neighborhood yesterday. The only thing my dad and I knew for sure is that we wanted a platform to promote authors I like, and  he wanted an imprint for his books.  After much thought Roxbury Books was created.  Roxbury Books is our community of authors, and Roxbury Dragons is our fantasy book imprint.

Our imprint authors is of course, me, and Jerry Skell.

Our community of authors are: Jennie Bennett, Julie L. SpencerLiwen Ho and Ines Bautista-Yao. All are favorites of mine, so I was delighted when they accepted my offer.  These talented authors write contemporary romance. And one thing I love about their work is that it shows that how love and family is universal. It doesn’t matter where you are in the world, we all want to love…

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The Fangirl’s Favorite Villains of 2016

Good list.
I think my favorite on this list is Prince Yo, aka Eyeliner Prince.
I’m not done with Moonlight or W yet, and one I’ve not seen the others.

Dramas With A Side of Kimchi


We had some really successful bad guys & girls this year and I think it is important to give them the recognition that is their due.  There is nothing worse than having a mediocre big bad be a nemesis, which means they are a pivotal part of what makes a drama great.  So come join The Fangirls as we discuss our favorites of 2016.  Did yours make our list?

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