Lily had always liked to please adults. She sought attention and adulation, as all children do, but one man, her 'uncle', a friend of the family, wanted too much from Lily even when she was just... More > eleven years old.
It took her two years to figure out how to stop him and that only came about because of a chance occurrence in the playground at school.
When that ordeal was over, so was Lily's childhood at the tender age of thirteen, but she was able to use the compensation she received to go to university in Bangkok.
It was to change her life again and within a year, it had changed the lives of many people and shocked Bangkok society.
You will empathises with Lily and maybe even her parents, but you may not agree with her methods of gaining revenge on the people who hurt her - mankind!< Less
A serial killer is on the loose in Bangkok creating havoc and fear among men in all strata of society. The press has called the serial killer the most frightening since the cannibal Si Ouey Sae Urng... More > of the 1950's and dubbed him or her 'Tiger Lily of Bangkok' because a Tiger Lily is left at the scene of every murder.< Less
This book is for all those authors who dread publishing their books whether it be in printed or electronic format or both. I have published well over a hundred books to all the major printers and... More > distributors, so it came as a surprise when I recently became aware that some excellent writers are put off self-publishing themselves because they find the task too confusing and difficult and so they pay others to do it for them.
I can understand this if an author wants to save time and so the purpose of this book is to help those who would like to do the job themselves, but don’t know how.
It is actually very satisfying to conceive the idea for a book, write it and then publish it yourself all on your own, and with the help of this book, that is exactly what you will be able to do.
Inside you will learn how to publish to all the major distributors like Amazon, iBookstore, Barnes and Noble, Lulu, Nook, Kindle, Smashwords and XinXii.< Less
Lek was born the eldest child of four in a typical rice farming family. She did not expect to do anything any different from the other girls in her class in the northern rice belt of... More > Thailand.
Typically that would be: work in the fields for a few years; have a few babies; give them to mum to take care of and get back to work until her kids had their own children and it would be her turn to stop working to take care of them.
Book three picks up the story of Lek's life six or seven years further on. At forty-ish, it is time to take stock of her life. She looks back on her life and wonders whether it was all worth it.
Should she feel bitter about what has happened to her or should she move on and try to forget her past?
Should she just try to erase it, whitewash it out, like so many women did or should she feel proud of what she has accomplished?
Lek is plagued by mixed emotions and tries to seek an explanation that she can live with for the rest of her life.< Less