What should I call you?
You can call me ‘Ebi’! That’s the nickname my grandma gave me when I was a baby. I used to hate it for a few years, but now I cherish it because it’s full of love. If you feel absolutely uncomfortable with ‘Ebi’, or simply don’t know how to pronounce it, you can also call me ‘Rin’.
Where can I get your book?
In The Hands of a Mischievous God is currently available on Gramedia.com. I’m currently working to make it available on Amazon; I’ll update you as soon as it is. If you absolutely cannot wait, then send me an e-mail and I’ll see what I can do for you.
What do you write?
Anything and everything. Literature and copy. I think it’s fun.
If you need a copywriter for your advertisements or social media campaigns, I can be your girl.
If you need humorous, light-hearted, and informational content (a rare combination) for your website, I can be your girl.
If you need a poem written to memorialize a loved one, or to express your tenderness, I can be your girl.
What have you written?
Copy. Short stories. Prose. A book. Free verse poems. Villanelles. Narrative essays. Journalistic reports. White papers. SEO-targeted content. Sonnets (though I’m not very good at those).
Why ‘mischievous god’?
I’ve always had a tenuous relationship with God. For many years, it seemed like God was playing tricks on me; I was sure he was simply amusing himself by toying with my life. It truly felt like I was trapped in the hands of a mischievous God (more ‘chaotic neutral’ than ‘lawful good’).
I conceived the idea for the title on an ordinary, blustery walk home from school, and promised myself that I would use it — no matter what — as the title for my first book.
Why do you write?
Because language is our best way of turning dreams into truth. Because a single sentence can hold within it so much formidable, unstoppable power. Because I am in love with the ripple and nuance of words and cacophonous syllables. Because I, just like you, am trying very hard to make sense of this world we breathe in.