Zen Cho – Ghost storyteller talks about playing with language

Zen Cho is a multi-award nominated and winning author. She’s published 3 novels and many short stories, and is back with her first ghost story… although that’s not what she thought it’d be at the start.


It’s called ‘Black Water Sister’, and all came from one word she read in the dictionary. It’s based on ancient Malaysian folklore, and Zen has taken great joy in playing with old language, and presenting it in a ghostly manner.


We talk about switching genre, and how having a baby helped with that, also about how much she knows what’s coming next, and how she divides things up being a full-time lawyer, and part-time writer.


You can get a copy of the book here – https://amzn.to/3aRpDOl


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