My Penguin book baby, A LONG ROAD TO JUSTICE: STORIES FROM THE FRONTLINES IN ASIA, has finally been birthed and it’s available now worldwide! This book is for anyone searching for hope, for identity and purpose in life; and for those interested in philanthropy in Asia, women’s rights, sex trafficking in Asia then and now, generational pain, and racial injustice. (The woman in the middle of my book cover is wearing a Korean hanbok!)

I had a visceral (good) reaction to the Korean hanbok in the center of my book cover!

My memoir describes my journey of fighting human trafficking including documenting survivors of Japanese military sex slavery and the people who helped shape me and lessons learned from the good, the bad, and the ugly. I wrote about overcoming personal setbacks and failures, a lifestyle of philanthropy, and giving back to the marginalized.
I’m delighted that it’s being published by Penguin. I grew up reading Penguin books by authors who didn’t look like me.

This book is available worldwide on Kindle and also in bookstores in SE Asia – Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand – and later in other markets.
Pre-ordering is available now in this Amazon link and on other channels: 
Kindle link (available immediately):
Just sharing the Penguin Random House book link with author bio (There’s NO link to purchase on this website):

I give special thanks to my amazing husband Matthew Friedman – he has inspired me to write this book. His Penguin book will be released by end of October:
Lots of love,