Jo Parfitt’s “Definite Articles: How to write and sell winning articles based on your overseas experience” (Summertime Publishing) is an eight-part course that will show you how to write articles as well as find the markets that are out there and get editors to say ‘yes’.
Career consultant, Colleen Reichrath-Smith, joins serial expat entrepreneur, Jo Parfitt, in the latest and most comprehensive incarnation of “A Career in Your Suitcase” (Summertime Publishing 2013)
“What About Your Saucepans?” (Summertime Publishing 2013) is Lindsay de Feliz’s memoir about her expat life (and near-death) experiences in the Dominican Republic.
“Pixie’s Holidays” (Summertime Publishing 2013) by relocation coach Emmanuelle Payot Karpathakis is a charming story for young children negotiating old and new friendships after a relocation or move. It is the sequel to “Pixie’s New Home”, also published by Summertime Publishing.
Jo Parfitt’s “Write Your Life Stories” (Summertime Publishing) is a hands-on workbook that will help you find your writer’s voice and put those stories on paper.
Ahmad, Emigh, Gemmer, Menezes, Tonges & Willshire, Slurping Soup and Other Confusions Slurping Soup and Other Confusions
“Slurping Soup and Other Confusions” Summertime Publishing, 2013) is a collection of 23 real-life stories from third culture kids. Each story is followed by a related activity.
Expat Bookshop welcomes Kristin Louise Duncombe, author of “Trailing: A Memoir” (Create Space, 2012), set in Nairobi, Kenya.
Lliswerry: Growing up in 1950s South Wales At the age of 22, David Hughes left his hometown in South Wales to attend university in Surrey, England, before starting upon a career that took him across the world for the next three decades. Lliswerry takes us a step back in time to David’s childhood and [...]
We welcome Lynne Harkes, author of the memoir “Spinach Soup for the Walls: Finding my spirit in Africa” (Local Legend, 2012), to the Expat Bookshop
We welcome Andrea Martins and Victoria Hepworth, authors of “Expat Women: Confessions – 50 Answers to Your Real-Life Questions about Living Abroad” (Expat Women, 2011) to the Expat Bookshop