Remembering 9/11 today and through my do

Remembering 9/11 today and through my documentary film, Unforgiven Unforgotten. It was the event that drove me to publish my first book in 2001. #TriumphOverTragedy http://ow.ly/i/Ie94R

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Happy to show the 1st character card pos

Happy to show the 1st character card poster for The Bitter Frost Film based on bestselling series Bitter Frost by Kailin Gow. As you can see, it will have Asians, British, African Americans & more in cast for #diverse intl. featured film. Bitter Frost sold over 1.5+ mil copies http://ow.ly/i/HWmhG

“Indie authors who are successful are ve

“Indie authors who are successful are very successful. They can do everything to conceive, write, market, and bring to fruition the life of a book. Whereas a traditionally published author relies on their publisher for most of the publishing chain. When a traditional author tries to become indie, they are not as successful as an indie. This shows the strength is in the individual author itself. An indie author can bring much more to the table because of their indie spirit. And when you combine the drive for success and survival as a business for indies who have a family to support with their book sales, an indie author who is successful and driven by their need to survive (like me), they are UNSTOPPABLE! – Strong by Kailin Gow”

“Success in life is not just about profe

“Success in life is not just about professional success. It is personal success too. There is a trend in Asia and Asian American society for young women to not get married or not have children to get ahead professionally. That was the trend 10 years ago in the US. This is bad for society and a country’s population growth. Women need to encouraged and supported for being able to have both a successful career and a successful personal and family life. That is why we need to see Asian American women who are both successful professionally and personally in the media and on screen. That is why I am out there in public as a wife and mother who is a self-made million-selling author and director who is in touch with my Asian heritage. Not because I crave the limelight, but because I want my daughter and nieces to see they can do it too. – Strong by Kailin Gow”