Date(s) - 09/07/2019
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
The Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Centre
You are invited to discuss the newly launched novel by Kent Hung on Tuesday 9th July from 6-7.30 pm at the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Centre.
Soft drinks and snacks will be provided, free entry (bookings necessary).
Released by Pegasus Publishers on 30th May, the novel “Letting Go” depicts the life of Andrew which outlook has been moulded by a childhood brought up alone by his mother. The book describes Andrew’s fear of abandonment that developed from childhood and by numerous losses in his life.
Eleven years later, following a tragic event, Andrew suddenly has to re-evaluate his own life and struggle to find self-acceptance and learn to let go.
About the Author
Kent was raised in Taiwan and in Sweden. He has also lived in USA, Switzerland, Denmark and Belgium, before making a home in Scotland in 2014. Living in various places has taught him to integrate enthusiastically in each new environment.
The places he has lived and the people he has met have influenced his life and shaped his multifaceted personality. These experiences continue to enrich and impact his approach to challenges and appreciation of life.
Kent is private, a thinker, an explorer and enjoys cooking and feeding friends. He believes in fate and reincarnation and is bad at DIY.