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SWF this Saturday, November new releases and competition
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Hello!

Welcome to the first of our Monsoon newsletters! Thank you for your interest in our titles and for signing up to be sent further details on our books.

November is a very busy month at Monsoon as we have stunning new reads being released and lots of exciting events happening.

We are also launching a competition* to win our new November releases too!
*See the end of our newsletter for details on how to enter!

Monsoon will be participating in this fantastic festival on Saturday 12th November. Join us in celebrating two of our new releases, Singapore Love Stories and The Phoenix and the Crow. Authors will be present to discuss their books.
For further information, please click here.
As mentioned above, we are launching Singapore Love Stories at the Singapore Writers Festival on Saturday 12th November and were thrilled at the response to the book from the critics already. Have a look here for the review from the Asian Review of Books.
 

Singapore Love Stories is a vibrant collection of seventeen stories that delves into the diverse love lives of Singapore’s eclectic mix of inhabitants. 

 

Shaman of Bali
Shaman of Bali

Shaman of Bali offers a riveting insight into a world of drug smuggling, cockfighting, bribery and imprisonment, flavoured with shamanic rituals and Balinese mysticism. 
 
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The Phoenix and the Crow
An exquisitely crafted short tale of morality and corruption in smalltown China, which reads like a contemporary fable. The perfect read for anyone that likes a tale with a twist.
 
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A Malayan Affair

The affair of the planter’s wife running off with her driver had been a burning topic in the British High Commission and clubs, and had even occupied several discreet paragraphs in the Straits Times…
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Read all about it...

"The stories I write always start from an initial spark of truth which is then moulded into something grossly unreal. The challenge is to make the stories appear to be real, to bring the readers to a point where they actually believe that what is happening in the story is happening in real life..."

Graham Sage, author of The Phoenix and the Sage recently wrote about his book for the Asian Books Blog.

Have a read by clicking
here.
Psst!
Don't forget to visit our website and Facebook page for the latest author news, extra content and also hints of our Goodreads giveaways! 

COMPETITION ALERT!

We are running a competition to win our November releases on our Facebook page. Just 'like' our page and comment underneath the competition status update!
Did you know..... that when you buy a Monsoon paperback from our website, you are also able to download the eBook?
For more information, please click here

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