WanderingScribe

Feb, 2006. For the past five months I have been living in a car at the edge of woods — jobless and homeless and totally unable to find a way out. I can't sing, I can't dance, I can't scream loudly enough, but I can read and write. So here I am laying down tracks...hopefully the start of an online paper trail out of here. (Update: Miracles happen....if you are reading my story I am part of your proof.)

Saturday, February 02, 2008

Book in Singapore

I have been told that in Singapore you might find my book in MPH, Borders
or Kinokuniya stores?

If not, it can be ordered from this blog, by clicking on the link over at the side of the blog (the one under the pink book cover. Or just click on the pink book cover)
Hope that helps...

22 Comments:

At 2:53 am, Anonymous LiLqIrL said...

hi!
are you in singapore now?
anyway, just to tell you that GOD is with you all the times. Believe in him and he will help you through your difficult paths. BYE!

 
At 10:12 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anya,
this is good news. I will pop in one of those bookstores, or better still make a reservation, if I can.


take care
nur

 
At 10:49 pm, Anonymous Loz said...

Hi Anja Lorraine again. Just finished reading your blog after reading your book. I was so pleased to see that you had recently been on and added to the blog,yes it may suprise you but people do actually like checking to see how you are doing. I have read many books and thought `I wonder what happened to that author` Your blog is true reality and you are such an inspiration to others. After reading your book i tell everybody about you and your story,many will be sharing your life. All my love and friendship to you Anya Lorraine xxx P.s this is my 2nd comment hope that is allowed. xxxx

 
At 7:54 am, OpenID missexotique said...

Hi Anya,

I am from Singapore and I bought your book from PageOne, which is a pretty major bookstore.

Your book truly inspires. It sends goosebumps down my spine and yet, I am simply amazed at the amount of determination that you had during the down times of your life.

May these down times be over for you. You know it is :)

Angels...they will always be there to look after you.

Love,
Joanna

 
At 9:40 am, Anonymous J'soe said...

Hi anya,

Let me introduce myself, i am Jordy, 14 years old, born in indonesia, studying in singapore.

I recently chance upon this book called readers's digest, and inside, there's an article about you.

I read it and the story how you lived through the days and months in homelessness...

After reading it, I feel sad for you but at the same time, I respected you for your perseverence...

How you endured all those humilation by those who looked down on you... It woke me up, how can I, who failed lots of tests, humilated by others, be giving up? I've got to be as strong, brave and persevering as you...

Now I'll end as I still have some revisions to do... Thanks a lot as your story has motivated me... I'll try to buy your book when I have the time...

Continue to strive for the best! :-)

 
At 5:48 am, Blogger Sa Majesté, la Chienne de Reine. said...

You can find Anya's books in ALL major bookstores. Even the small ones like Popular Bookstores and Harris carries it. :) Good luck!!! It's a really great book, i have recommended it to many friends.

Hid.
Singapore.

 
At 7:00 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Woah, I didn't believe anyone who would sleep in a car in my entire life, but just by reading your article in the Readers' Digest Asia, I admire you by your courage to tell the whole world about your life. Two thumbs up.

 
At 11:55 am, Blogger RD Mail said...

Heya, i'm a girl from singapore and actually not only your books were sold here but i'm sure every student here is reading about you through Reader's Digest cos' every student were to subscribed the Reader's Digest in school!I'm so totally impressed on how you manage with life.Keep on blogging!!!

 
At 12:27 am, Anonymous Punan Guy said...

I've just read your story at Reader Digest Feb 2008 Edition. I admit it's both inspirational and a heart wrenching one.

You see - your story even reach - people once label as nomad of Borneo! I'm belong to one of the tribe call Punan in Sarawak.

In the old days we're often moving places - not in the jungle though but from one longhouse to another. My parents, although illiterate but they see the important of education. They were able to send me to university despite the all odds. Not a single day in their live they wish to abandon me or my siblings.

It's make me wonder why your mom leave you just like that? However glad to see you persevere and hopefully now living in much comfortable room / house - yeah much better than a longhouse.

 
At 1:19 am, Blogger taitauwai said...

Yes, you can find Anya's book in most major bookstore in Malaysia too! Guess people will be more curious after reading the article in RD. Hope you are well... and doing better. Take care!

 
At 7:57 pm, Blogger kitty said...

an inspiration 2 us all :D , bril
liantly written reducing me to tears in parts , the social workers teeth made me giggle :P , keep smiling :D tc xxxxxxxxxx

 
At 3:42 am, Anonymous dorin said...

hi anya, i am dorin from Taipei, read about your story from Reader Digest. will find out if Taipei bookstore sells your book. take good care n keep warm !(@^_^@)

 
At 7:23 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

heh, I live in singapore and yep, I'm pretty sure your book is at all the major stores. Your story is really an inspirational one, just to let you know. Take care!

 
At 1:46 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hiya, i live in singapore and in our sch we ordered readers digest and i saw ur story. It was so touching and inspiring that when our tchr told us to write about our feelings towards this story, i wrote lots and lots.I normally find it a chore to write,but your story has touched the heart of mine so much that it bacame a pleasure to write about your story.

 
At 3:11 pm, Blogger Vishal D. Murthy said...

Hi,
I too heard about you and your story in Readers' Digest recently. I was really struck by your story. It made me take a good long look at my life and count my blessings. It was very eye opening and inspiring. I'm trying to get your book here in Sabah, Malaysia. Its on the island of Borneo, where the Orangutans are!
Thank you, for impacting my life.

~Vishal

 
At 7:05 am, Anonymous kelly said...

Yes Anya.....I called and checked. Your book is in Kinokuniya and Borders.

Feel free to send me an audio or video message (via my blog). I would have gladly given you my email address and contact number but I would get nuisance phone calls from curious people.... So until I find a way for people to post me anonymous messages through my wordpress blog.

May God bless you always and keep blogging!!

 
At 10:45 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anya,
my dad ordered Reader's Digest and i read the article about you. I felt so sympathtic for you. Then, i saw your blog's address, so just out of mere curiousity i went to my computer and typed in the address. It appeared. Just to let you know, I'm a primary student from Singapore. I hope that i'll be able to pop into Kinokuniya to buy your book. I think my mum will approve 'cos she's trying ro get me to read real life stories instead of fairytales.

God bless you.

Melody(nickname)

 
At 11:20 am, Blogger love<33 said...

hellos..im a 12 year old girl living in singapore.n yes ur book has been out.i bought it at MPH.ur experience seems so very terrifying.anw.dont worry be happy..take a day one at a time..cheer up.:D.may god bless u.
PS.r u still living in the road?no rite.byes..

 
At 6:27 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello Anya. I'm from Singapore & I've read your book. It's absolutely thrilling to read every page about you. Well, god's is with you. Be brave always okay.

Take care.

 
At 3:50 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hiya! your book has really touched me! i didnt think some people could be so cruel, but you are strong and moving on with your life, all the best x

 
At 2:20 pm, Anonymous rita said...

Hello anya.i´am a portuguese girl, and i`ve read your book, i liked very much.
Be Happy, be you, allways...

 
At 10:35 am, Blogger sandra said...

Hello anya.i´am a portuguese girl, and i`ve read your book, i liked very much.
After reading it, I feel sad for you but at the same time, I respected you for your perseverence...
Angels...they will always be there to look after you.

Love,

Sandra

 

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