Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.
Congratulations to me.
My first book – By Cows Who Chew Lilies – has been published on Amazon.com via the Kindle Direct Publishing. I have no idea what that means. Words that are longer than two silly labels (Ed: syllables) are still pretty hard for me to understand.
What I do know is that my book is now available to be read by kind dolls. (Ed: Kindle).
That’s good. I want people to know about my ex-pear ants (Ed: experiences) growing up in two, soon to be three worlds.
My mommy is Chinese. Gong gong and Poh Poh, too. Daddy is a mudgey fudget which I think means he was made in America. My two brothers, Benjamin and Micah were both Made-in-Japan.
Benjamin aka Georgie is moving nearby and he’s gonna teach me stuff in Japanese.
And if my head doesn’t go boom, I am going to learn how to be try cows who chew lilies. (Ed: tri-cultural). How cool is that?
Anyway…the book. The book is available if you go to the Amazon. Can’t expect sales to be too good I guess. I mean who has time to go that far just to get a book?
Still…I am published. And I am read.
Daddy says that writing a book is easy. Getting it published is easy. Getting it read is the hard part.
Have you read my book yet?
Talk to Bill and others about their experiences raising bi-cultural Japanese-American kids.