Who Would Have Thought?

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Artwork by Arif Rafhan

Besides working on Squirky, I’m also preparing for the launch of the print edition of Imaginary Friends next month at the Putrajaya International Book Fair.

Now this is something that truly came as a surprise. I’ve been told by book publishing veterans that “short stories don’t sell” (especially those by by unknown single authors). I already was quite happy with its e-book existence, so of course, I’m very grateful to MPH for wanting to give this a physical form as well. I can’t wait till the day I get to hold it in my hands!

Here’s a first look at the print cover:

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Cover design by Arif Rafhan

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