Daughter of the Moon Goddess author Sue Lynn Tan on her reimagining of a Chinese myth and reaching for a dream

//Daughter of the Moon Goddess author Sue Lynn Tan on her reimagining of a Chinese myth and reaching for a dream

Daughter of the Moon Goddess author Sue Lynn Tan on her reimagining of a Chinese myth and reaching for a dream

Daughter of the Moon Goddess by Sue Lynn Tan, pub. Harper Voyager“When you have a dream that you want very much, sometimes you feel scared to reach for it. Because if it doesn’t happen, it is very crushing. There is a special type of pain involved with that.”Sue Lynn Tan is describing the long, bumpy road that culminated in the publication of her excellent first novel, Daughter of the Moon Goddess. Like all aspiring writers, Tan was plagued by insecurity and discouraged by rejection. But if…

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