Questions about Dragonfly Dreams from another award-winning multicultural author, Eleanor Parker Sapia.
Linda Lee Kane sits down with me as we discuss Dragonfly Dreams
“[Chow] successfully branches into Young Adult paranormal.”
“What an imaginative book about the afterlife! Jennifer J. Chow wrote a magical story!”
“I absolutely loved this book. The characters were easy to identify with and as I got to know them I felt like they were part of my own family.”
“Death and the perils of parenting are pretty mature concepts, but ones that teens think about — it’s great to have a book that addresses them.”
Interviewed on AndiLit.com about how and why I write.
Featured on blog featuring interesting work APIs do around the world.
Review: “A really good first effort to start this series.” Also my guest post about escaping to a mystery writers’ convention and a giveaway.
My article, “Our Life Stories Matter,” is featured in the magazine.
My article, “Inspired by Taiwan,” is featured in the magazine on page 20.
“This story is touching in its depiction of the characters’ changing relationships… a pleasant read.”
“This is a well-written story that intertwines Asian culture and values…”
An excerpt from a day in the life with Winston Wong.
“J.J.Chow has written a great mystery mixing seniors, video games and quirky characters together in a perfect blend.”
“This is a perfect book for you to take to the beach for a good day of reading.”
Why I adore Winston and more…
Participated in #MysteryMonday
Interviewed by Amy Metz, author of the Goose Pimple Junction Mystery Series
A spotlight on Seniors Sleuth.
“This book was so fun to read and it really brightened my day with the wit and charm that Winston brings…”
Seniors Sleuth is called a “cute read.”
Interviewed by J. David Core on The Lupa Schwartz Mysteries Blog.
Post about The 228 Legacy written by Mr. Oo Tiongsiong, Chief Editor for Taiwanese Literature Battlefront.
Profiled on website about how I balance writing and mothering.
Mentioned in their blog post about 228.
Interview in “the only weekly English-edition newspaper serving Washington’s Asian community.”
Q & A with tidbits about inspiration for my novel and my tagline.
Featured in the “I Got Published!” section.
A discussion of my book as it relates to aging issues, like loss of identity, deteriorating health, and caregiver burden.
The 228 Legacy is a finalist in the multicultural category!
Why I broke Asian stereotypes, the interweaving of faith, and more!
A formal explanation of the event that inspired my book, alongside my author interview.
Called an “Author of Reconciliation” in their magazine.
“Chow neatly weaves the lives of her characters…” A review of my novel in the regional publication that’s been called “The Voice of Pennsylvania” by BBC News (on pg. 26, 33).
My book listed alongside other Cornell authors’ works.
Listen to the podcast (click on link above).
Interviewed on Spotlight Torrance:
Featured as a success story on the UCLA Extension blog.
My book launch and novel described in Chinese.
More on my experience as a writer and the publishing process.
(Also reprinted on http://ezinearticles.com.)
An article written in Chinese, detailing my book.
“While relationships lie at the core of this light, enjoyable read, some weightier issues of history and identity make it stand out.”
Insight into my research and past Taiwan trips.
More on the inspiration behind my novel.
Five questions, including one asking about the elements in my novel dearest to my heart.
I’m profiled on the Angry Asian Man blog. Find out what unleashes my inner tiger.
Find out more about me as I answer the top questions you’ve always wanted to know, like my favorite dessert/snack or my most memorable conference experience.