Another in our Book Realities series of interviews with independent authors, where we discuss their books, their writing methods and what inspired them to be writers in the first place. In this episode we meet, Lee-Ann Khoh a self-confessed socially awkward butterfly who prefers writing to talking but has been known to sing in front of an audience on occasion. Hailing from Perth, Western Australia, she studied journalism at Curtin University before deciding she was better at making up her own stories. She is now a library technician who fantasises about the day someone asks if there are any Lee-Ann Khoh books in the library.
If you meet Lee-Ann, she probably won’t say much, but you can read some of her thoughts at leeannkhoh.com.
Her first novel, Black and Blue is a Black is a contemporary coming-of-age story about mental health, the power of music and trying to find a place in the world.
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