Chinese-American writer Lisa See wanted to be a successful author. Today, she is the international best-selling author of novels such as Peony in Love and Snow Flower and the Secret Fan.
How did she do it? In this interview, Lisa See describes how she used visualization to achieve her goals, and how she still uses it as part of her writing process today. Click here to read it.
Lisa’s work reflects her love of Chinese and Chinese-American history and culture, and her commitment to discovering women writers who have all but disappeared, and restoring them to their rightful place in history.
Her work reminds me of that of Alice Walker, who set out to find the burial place of Zora Neale Hurston and placed a headstone on her grave.
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