Blogger reviews “Finding Your Feet In Chicago: The Essential Guide for Expat Families” (Summertime Publishing 2012) by Véronique Martin-Place.
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Expatriate publisher Summertime Publishing reduces the Kindle edition of 5 titles to $3.99 (Amazon.com) and £2.99 (Amazon.co.uk) during December only.
British journalist Shelley Antscherl reflects on her own expatriate experience in the Netherlands and the value of Linda A Janssen’s “The Emotionally Resilient Expat: Engage, Adapt and Thrive Across Cultures” (Summertime Publishing, 2013)
Jae De Wylde, author of novels “Sleeping People Lie” and “The Thinking Tank” (both Summertime Publishing) speaks to students at Catmose College in Oakham, England about writing.
Monica Neboli’s “Drinking Camel’s Milk in the Yurt” (Summertime Publishing 2013) is reviewed by www.ExpatWoman.com (Dubai) and BlogCritics.org.
Rave reviews from peers for Lois J Bushong’s “BELONGING EVERYWHERE & NOWHERE: Insights into Counseling the Globally Mobile” (Mango Tree Intercultural Services, 2013)
Each month psychotherapist Laura J Stephens, author of “An Inconvenient Posting: An Expat Wife’s Memoir of Lost Identity” (Summertime Publishing, 2012), shares tips on overcoming expat-related challenges.
Matthew Hirtes shares local knowledge and insights about Gran Canaria in the UK’s Independent. Matthew is the author of “Going Local in Gran Canaria: How to turn a holiday destination into a home” (Summertime Publishing, 2012)
Journalist Shelley Antscherl interviews Toni Summers Hargis, author of The Stress-Free Guide To Studying in the States: A Step-by-step Plan for International Students (Summertime Publishing, 2013) for www.student365.co.uk.
In “Belonging Everywhere & Nowhere: Insights into Counseling the Globally Mobile” (Mango Tree Intercultural Services, 2013) Lois Bushong delves into the previously unexplored world of how to effectively counsel adult Third Culture Kids.