And now for a free ebook mystery with a twist that has the potential to reward one lucky reader cum amateur literary detective with a cash prize of $5,000 and a new ebook reader. Online book retailer Kobo has chosen three free short stories by author Melissa Yi for you to download, read and gather clues and find answers to the riddles in their Going, Going, Gone contest. All three intertwined short stories follow Hope Sze, a doctor with a knack for detective work.
In Yi’s first short story Gone Fishing lead character Hope Sze takes her father fishing on the Madawaska River, only to discover that her own family might represent the most dangerous wildlife of all. Check Kobo every couple weeks for Yi’s next free ebook release to help solve the mystery.
Melissa Yi is an emergency physician trained in the crumbling corridors of Montreal. She started writing fantasy and science fiction under her real name, Melissa Yuan-Innes. Additionally, she won Writers of the Future during medical school and a collectively won an Aurora Award with The Dragon and The Stars anthology in 2011.
Yi branched into humor articles for the Medical Post, including the popular collection The Most Unfeeling Doctor In The World And Other True Tales From The Emergency Room and the perhaps more controversial Fifty Shades of Gray’s Anatomy. She continues to write across genres, including romance (Melissa Yin) and two award-winning children’s books (Max’s Magic Hat and Popcorn Girl In Like, as Melissa Yuan). Now Melissa is experimenting with writing interactive children’s books in French.
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