My memoir is now available!

If you follow me on Twitter, you might have noticed that I dropped a hint that while my memoir was available and I was dying to officially announce it, I was waiting for my revamped website to be done.

Now it is, so now I can: MY MEMOIR IS AVAILABLE!

It’s been a long journey. After countless essays, an anonymous, and now defunct blog, two excellent memoir writing classes, a billion rewrites and revisions, and dozens of rejections, it’s finally here!

The paperback is $9.99 while the PDF is just $2.99. (By the way, because of manufacturing and shipping costs, I make the same amount if you buy a paperback or PDF.) What the heck are you waiting for? Buy yours now! You can even click on the image above! I made it so easy for you! You have no excuses! (And I like exclamation points!)

In other news, my revamped blog! While the blog itself isn’t too different, I’ve decided to include a real home page. I love this style because I can showcase my latest publications in a visual, clickable way. I was definitely inspired by The Nervous Breakdown, and their rolling images announcing different books and featured authors. Let me tell you: it was hard work, at least for me, putting together those banners. To a trained eye, I’m sure they look pretty ghetto, but they’re good enough for me.

And MB helped me redo my landing page too.

And that’s that! Now all you have to do is go buy my memoir.

Come on. You know you want to.


  1. I’ve downloaded your book and am currently reading it. I really like it, great job! Although I must confess, I’m seeing how you structured it for inspiration for my memoir. lol.

  2. thanks so much, tom! of *course* you should be looking at other memoirs regarding how to structure yours. that’s what i did!

  3. I found your book by way of your brother’s blog.

    It’s great! I couldn’t put it down! I finished it today! I don’t know whether to feel good or bad that your ex’s family makes my own Korean family seem slightly less crazy.

    Anyways, it was a great read, very poignant and well written.