1st and Foremost

I was once an avid fan fiction writer at Winglin. There’re many questions been asked by my fellow readers. I’ll have them post here. Weekly

Q: When did you start to write?
A: Out of boredom. At the age of 16, I wrote my first boy band-meet-fan love story, but scrapped the manuscript away due to its smattering writing. It was nothing but a plain hobby. However, I have the habit to change the ending of each movie I’ve watched and novel I’ve read, especially they don’t have HEA or HFN element.

After reading Wei-Hui’s Shanghai baby in November 2004, I penned my first short fiction of erotic romance. Trust me, the love scene was so sloppish now that whenever I re-read it, I’ll LOL. A hobby finally turned into something I need to do, a solace. I started to write seriously during law school, but never consider any publication. Whenever I came back from class, or at times during lecture, I write too. You don’t call yourself a writer if you don’t write consistently. I couldn’t stress more on that.

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