Chapter Thursdays: Chewy Noh and the Legends of Spring / Chapter 8

8 -Chewy- “First of all, I have to thank you,” she said, her eyes glowing with praise and moonlight. “The way you got rid of Gangnim for us was wonderful. He was a bother to no end, and we can’t thank you enough.” Chewy furrowed his brow. “We?” “Why, of course! We pin-holders,” she said, … Continue reading Chapter Thursdays: Chewy Noh and the Legends of Spring / Chapter 8

All About: Chewy Noh and the Legends of Spring

All About: Chewy Noh and the Legends of Spring Why the title? This title, like all my titles, is in reference to other things within the book. As any reader of the third book knows, Chewy’s mom changed his name like certain Koreans do in order to secure a better future. Unfortunately, Chewy got stuck … Continue reading All About: Chewy Noh and the Legends of Spring

All About: Chewy Noh and the March of Death

All About: Chewy Noh and the March of Death Why the title? With this title, I wanted to keep to the theme of seasons as the first book represents fall, and the second one, winter. However, the events in this book happen in such a short time frame, I wanted to at least mention the … Continue reading All About: Chewy Noh and the March of Death

Chewy Noh and the Fall of the Mu-dang

The original!!!!! Chewy Noh has problems. He was born with them. Two weeks after his birth, the family fortune-teller saw bad things in his future...and she was right. The school bully hates him and will stop at nothing to get rid of him. His mother suddenly can't get out of bed, complaining of horrible headaches. … Continue reading Chewy Noh and the Fall of the Mu-dang

All about: Chewy Noh and the Fall of the Mu-dang

All About: Chewy Noh and the Fall of the Mu-dang Why the title? I’ve always loved hidden tidbits in titles and or names of characters. For this reason, the titles of each book has double or hidden meanings. For this one, Chewy Noh and the Fall of the Mu-dang, it should be clear where the … Continue reading All about: Chewy Noh and the Fall of the Mu-dang