Karen Albright Lin's novel, American Moon: A Chinese Immigrant Story, reached #5 on Amazon's HOT NEW RELEASES list in its category (Asian American Literature and Fiction) within a week of being published on Kindle in June of 2020.
American Moon is the true saga of one family’s struggle to escape Chinese Communism, survive unjust incarceration and homelessness in Taiwan, and ultimately move to America where they think the moon shines brighter.
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Karen Albright Lin's novel, Mu Shu Mac & Cheese, is also available on Kindle.
With her household the subject of a reality show, food writer Elaine’s professional dreams are about to come true. But her dominating Chinese mother-in-law shows up pureeing all hope with culture clash chaos.
Mu Shu Mac & Cheese is interracial humor exploring how far a Midwest-born foodie will go to save her family from being sliced and diced. It is Julia Child meets My Big Fat CHINESE Wedding under the lens of a reality show.
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Karen is a freelance editor for traditionally and self publishing writers. She's a produced screenwriter and author of award-winning short stories, novels and essays.
Karen is also a travel writer and amateur food scholar, showcased in her literary cookbook: Nature's Wrap: Cooking in Leaves with Recipes from Around the World.
Karen writes in many genres including mainstream, creative nonfiction, romantic and dark comedy, paranormal suspense, SF, and supernatural thrillers.
Her writing and interviews have been featured in national, international, and web publications. Karen presents Writing Workshops at conferences, retreats, and on cruises.
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