Through The Storm

A vicious attack out at sea sweeps a well-known entertainer to a far-off shore after a storm. A village girl and her family save him. But a cruel twist of fate kills the girl's parents and throws the young couple together, forcing them to weather a myriad of personal storms. All the while, danger lurks behind, growing bolder and more desperate, threatening to destroy everything in its path... More

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About Su Yin Tan

My chinese name is Su Yin. Literally translated, it means Gentle Cloud. Clear & Bright is my husband. (You may roll your eyes). He is known to most as just Sim.

I have a friend who calls herself Autumn Shower. She once commented, “Gentle Cloud and Autumn Shower. What a combination.” I agree. It sounds beautiful, doesn’t it. Perhaps one of these days, I will pen a short story using that title.

I first knew her when Through The Storm made its debut through a marketing e-flyer I sent out. She was my first customer. She invited me to autograph my book at the Art House. We had a chat over coffee, found a common love for writing, and a friendship was forged. We’ve come a long way since.

I began serious writing back in 2004. It was just after the tsunami which hit Asia on Boxing Day. It was a horrific tragedy. More than 150,000 lives lost, millions left homeless.

I wrote my first chapter on a long haul flight to Orlando. Another two on the flight back. And ploughed through forty-odd more over the course of a year to complete. It took me another year to rewrite it and edit it to a satisfactory stage to earn the Seal of Approval from a writer’s site I joined.

My second book, Warring Gods, took a much longer time to write. I finished it in December 2008 and felt a deeper sense of accomplishment. The output was more sensitive and mature, a potential winner, something I could be proud to put my name on.

I’m into my third book., My Brother’s Keeper. Work has kept me from venturing beyond the first chapter, though. But I will press on.

Su Yin

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An Attack Out At Sea
A young man, pining for his mother, threw all his energy into writing and singing songs to fill the void. He shot to fame and wealth, but was attacked out at sea during a short vacation break. The storm swept him ashore in Phuket where a young girl saved him. Through The Storm is available in Print at Amazon and popular ebook formats including Kindle, Nook, iPAD, Sony e-Reader and more.

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