BOOKS AND NOVELS
Andrew is also the author of the YA series Ten Silver Coins. The first book in the series, The Drylings of Acchora. Described by the Red Deer Express as thoroughly engaging and refreshing original" the book is available on Amazon.com and as an ebook.
The beloved book is enjoyed by audiences of all ages. [Read the first 3 chapters for free here]. The second book for the series, The Battle for Acchora, was released in November 2018 and has been called "a rich, adventurous tale."
Andrew is the co-author of New Zealand born adventurer Kel Steiner’s mission biography entitled Adventures in Saying Yes to God, which was published in 2014 and has been enjoyed by audiences around the world. In 2015 the book was translated into Korean and then translated into both Spanish and Thai in 2016
Andrew authored the stories for Disappointed by Hope: Migrants and Refugees in Search of a Better Country about migrant issues in Malaysia that has been translated into Mandarin. The book helped to establish a school for the urban poor in Penang which offers education to refugee children who because of government policy otherwise do not receive an education.
Hope in Action, the follow up book that further explores migrant and refugee issues in South East Asia, including an examination of the plight of the Rohingya was published in the Spring of 2016 in English and Mandarin and was officially released in Malaysia on World Refugee Day, June 20, 2016.
Hope In Action has been declared a “must read” for Malaysians by the former High Commissioner from Malaysia to Canada, Dennis Ignatius.
Andrew also writes poetry and is the author of God/he a collection of poetry that was first released in a limited edition hand-crafted book. His is also author of a handcrafted chapbook So Far. Andrew also wrote the popular feature Fridge for Thought, which is an exploration of verse through the limitation of fridge magnets.
Andrew began writing on justice themes with the internationally best-selling publication 30 Days of Prayer for the Voiceless, contributing a series of creative non-fiction short stories, which has sold more than 100,000 copies in English and has been translated into more than seven languages.