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Who is Steve Bailey ?


Linda/Li Lin

Linda/ Li Lin is a novel about an American teenager growing up in the 1960s who believes her life would be better if she were Chinese. For an act of kindness, an apparition from an old Chinese legend rewards Linda, and she becomes Li Lin, the daughter of a wealthy Chinese family in Hangzhou.

But it is not 1964. It is 1948. The country is locked in a civil war between the capitalist-controlled Kuomintang and the communist Red Army. If you are interesting in learning more about this future best seller contact the author at


The Missing Uyghur

It is the story of Sally Peyton an American Muslim in China. Her task is to save two Uyghur brothers who are being set up by high ranking members of government to be fall guys in an assassination plot.

A polyglot capable of hiding in plain sight, she is an expert in martial arts and extremely effective with firearms. She has a wicked sense of humor. When Sally is dressed in black as you see her above it means a bad buy is about to die.

The Missing Uyghur is a piece of fiction that draws attention to a very real situation. People are being put in concentration camps in western China for ethnic and religious reasons. And much like the atrocities in Europe in the 1930s, it has been largely ignored by the media. If you are interesting in learning more about this future best seller contact the author at


Favorite Quotes

“Never let the fear of striking out, keep you from playing the game.”
-Babe Ruth

You can’t wait for inspiration You have to go after it with a club.”
-Jack London

2 thoughts on “Home

  1. Sir, I enjoyed your essay, Guided By Quotes, in Behind The Plots. I highlighted many good parts in yellow marker. I appreciate your writing style.


    1. Thank you, Jeff. I enjoyed yours as well. Writing drew us both towards its light early in life, but you got published before me. I must have had writer’s block for decades. There are wonderful references in your piece and excellent advice. By the way, I currently drive a 4-speed-manual transmission pickup truck (with air conditioning, thank God!)
      All the Best,


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