Nina Koo-Seen-Lin
Originally from North West London, Nina graduated with a 2:1 BA degree in English from De Montfort University. She went on to do a Masters in Children's Literature at Roehampton University, completing a 20,000 word dissertation on the Moomins. Her writing work has been published in both print and online publications including Prima,, The London Word and Running In Heels.

With a passion for reading, Nina can often be found rummaging through boxes of books in independent bookshops, charity stores and car boot sales. Her favourite writers include Tove Jansson, Daphne du Maurier, Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Neil Gaiman. She's currently working on her own idea for a children's novel typing the drafts on her vintage typewriter.

Entries by Nina Koo-Seen-Lin

Five Cool Things to do With Rum

(0) Comments | Posted 18 June 2014 | (11:53)

"There's naught, no doubt, so much the spirit calms as rum and true religion." Lord Byron

It's summertime now and therefore, every day is rum day, hooray! Rum is one of best spirit to drink during the hot months. The pirates of the Caribbean regarded it as their most precious...

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Singapore Twitterati Reveal the Island-Country's Best Kept Foodie Secrets

(0) Comments | Posted 13 June 2014 | (14:40)

There are many reasons to go to Singapore. In fact, there are so many that people are now moving out there in droves to live the expat life. The No.1 reason to at least visit the city-state is food. Eating is a big part of the Singapore lifestyle, because anything...

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How to Write a Letter to Your Long Lost Family

(0) Comments | Posted 27 August 2013 | (11:28)

The lost art of letter writing is the perfect way to reconnect with long lost relatives.


You are on a mission - an emotional journey - to find your long lost family member. The person you have wondered about all your life. You have...

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Interview: William Alexander, Author of Goblin Secrets, on Baba Yaga, the Magic of Theatrical Masks

(0) Comments | Posted 2 August 2013 | (15:06)

U.S. writer, William Alexander is on a mission - to change he perception of goblins. And his mission starts with his crafting one of the most exciting books for young adult readers in the past year. Goblin Secrets, a steampunk mystery about a young boy named Rownie in search of...

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Five Caribbean Islands for Celeb-Spotting

(2) Comments | Posted 24 June 2013 | (12:51)

Like the rest of us, celebrities sometimes need to get away from the humdrum of normal working life. The Caribbean is a hot spot for celeb-spotting. There are so many stars shining on the beach they can out-rival the number of twinkly lights in the sky on an overcast night....

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