About

An engineer in profession , a dream weaver in life.

Also a father of two young-lings and married to a lovely wife who is Aphrodite to me.

Residing in the beautiful island of Singapore.

 

Codes software and designs User Interfaces for a living.

Creates digital art for fun. Listens to symphonic metal.

Lost in Wonderland is my first self published children’s e-book.

http://www.lulu.com/shop/bernard-low/lost-in-wonderland/ebook/product-21015133.html

https://www.facebook.com/amberandben1

Bernard Low

krysalis_spawn@yahoo.com

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10 responses to “About

  1. Thanks for following and congrats on the book! I would think young adult books are hard to write.

    • Thank you so much! It is much tougher than I had expected. ‘Lost In Wonderland’ is much easier to write, being whimsically casual. I do struggle a little when writing ‘proper’ English as we speak in a crazy mix of languages over here. By the way, I adore the way you decorate your place. Simply beautiful!

      • Where are you that you speak a crazy mix of languages? I’m intrigued! I wrote board books for babies years ago when there was no such thing as ebooks. I was shortlisted to be published but never made it. I love how you took the desire and made it real!

      • Now with on-line publishing you can still have a go at it!
        We are sometimes too career centric and it is good to escape once in a while. Writing fantasy is my escape and my family the inspiration. 🙂
        Yes! An veritable concoction. Our four official languages are Chinese, English, Malay and Tamil. Lingua franca is Mandarin Chinese at home. There are five other dialects of Chinese; two and a half I’m familiar with. And we tend to blend them (almost seamlessly!) into our daily conversations, sometimes with comical results, especially when a word in one language is a profanity or an insult in another.
        Imagine me wracking my confused mind to form coherent sentences so that I can write ‘proper’ English dialogue. 😛

      • Well, you did proper for me! I only speak English and envy you. Sometimes I struggle with the one language, never mind all you speak! I have a daughter who is writing a novel, I shudder when I think she may use me for inspiration in her stories!! Anyway, thanks for sharing, your talent is obvious. Keep writing.

      • And rightly so because you make attractive things looked even more awesome! Wish her and you all the best. 🙂

    • Hi FTPT,

      Thanks for nominating me. I think I’ll have a hard time coming out with logical questions that people will answer truthfully. But I’ve answered yours. I did have fun. 🙂

      1. If you were a superhero, what would your powers be?

      I thought “the ability to stop time” is too ‘deus ex machina’, so I’ll stick to “the ability to write a 100K word novel a day”.

      2. What colour is your bedroom?

      Fuschia. I had it repainted to Mauve because it was making my daughter and her Barbie dolls jealous.

      3. What’s your idea of the best gift to give?

      The gift of the written word.

      4. If you could only choose one, would you be beautiful or smart?

      Smart. So that I can study to become a plastic surgeon and give myself a face-lift.

      5. What’s the longest amount of time you were away from your home?

      Nine months, when I was in Western Australia doing my military stint.

      6. What do you consider to be the hardest thing you’ve ever done?

      This questionnaire. No, it’s got to be bungee jumping.

      7. When are you most creative? A.M or P.M.

      It’s 12 am now. so I guess it’s during the transition between from PM to AM.

      8. Ocean or mountains?

      Oceans. I dive!

      9. Book or computer?

      My brain hurts! It’s too difficult to choose. But if I have to it’ll be the computer as it’s part of my job.

      10. Dog or cat?

      We have terrapins but I guess a dog is more useful for fetching things and they make great footstools.

      11. Coffee or tea?

      Definitely coffee. Specifically Java. The nectar of programmers and writers.

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