About

Thanh-Phuong Dinh is a graduate at University of Toronto at Mississauga. It would be cooler if the school’s name included St. George but as life would have it, she chooses to follow her passion (T/N: she failed St. George).

Although she graduated with distinction in Business Management, and currently pursuing a degree in Marketing, Thanh-Phuong has always been a writer at heart. She finds joy and a strong consolation from writing and creating stories. She sees a new story wherever she goes, and she immediately puts it on paper (T/N: she posts it here).

Her all-time favorite books are Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s “The Little Prince” and Anna Gavalda’s “35 Kilograms of Hope.” She has a one-sided love for French and Japanese literature.

As a new writer with too many burdens and too little resource, she would greatly appreciate your subscription and donation via her WordPress blog or her Patreon account.

With a great love for her audience and a desire to share her stories with them, she decides not to use ads. Thus, your donation will make her creative process easier with higher quality pieces ๐Ÿ™‚

A monthly donation means that Thanh-Phuong will have more time and resource to create and build more exciting stories for you, as well as take you on new adventures more often.

Your donation, no matter how small, means the world to her. Thank you so, so very much for checking her blog, and for liking her stories ๐Ÿ™‚

If you think her book and film reviews are noteworthy and would fit well with your blog/magazine/website, please drop a note and she will be happy to write a guess post that suits your requirements ๐Ÿ™‚

Thanh Dinh would greatly appreciate it if you think her works deserve a small monthly donation on her Patreon. As a thank you note, she will send you a personalized poem or flash fiction. Thank you everyone for checking out Thanh’s blog!

She will humbly put the button to her Patreon account here:

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Your donation, no matter how small, means the world for Thanh. It will also mean that she will have more time and resource to produce quality works for your enjoyment!