The Book

The book is a memoir of my experiences in the security industry. There’s plenty to tell. Scams perpetrated by security agencies and guards. Intense confrontations with delinquents and work colleagues. Funny moments to make you laugh and frustrating moments that made me cry. And so on and so forth.

I received my first assignment as a security guard way back in 1999, and continued to work in the industry over the next few years. Between 2003 and 2009, I did a variety of jobs in the F&B and retail industries but finally returned to the security industry during the latter half of 2009. I have been working as a security guard (on an on-and-off basis) ever since.

A few years ago, I realised that it would be a shame if those stories were left to rot by the wayside of memory lane. So I started writing and those collected anecdotes became Guards Gone Wild!.

I sent the completed manuscript to 4 publishers based in Singapore on the 21st December, 2015. As of today, my manuscript has been rejected by all 4 publishers.

Teck Y. Loh

Queries about my book may be directed to guardsgonewild [at] gmail [dot] com.

 

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  1. Christine Kingsbury

    Thank you for following. 🙂 I too am writing and hope to be published the traditional way.

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  2. Hi. I really think you should provide your contact details such as email add. So that people can contact you easily. Anyways I’m writing a book myself. What’s your email add? I will show you how to get your book published.

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  3. Cheers for following me, happy to reciprocate!

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