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.
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Jack Scott, author of Perking the Pansies (2011) reviews “An Inconvenient Posting: An Expat Wife’s Memoir of Lost Identity” (2012) by fellow Summertime Publishing author Laura J Stephens.
Fellow author Jack Scott reviews Jae de Wylde’s “Sleeping People Lie” (Summertime 2012).
A new review of Jo Parfitt’s expat novel “Sunshine Soup” (Summertime 2011)
Jack Scott, author of “Perking the Pansies: Jack and Liam go to Turkey” (Summertime 2011) reviews Deborah Fletcher’s memoir “Bitten by Spain” (Summertime 2012).
Author and book critic David Gee reviews Jack Scott’s “Perking the Pansies: Jack and Liam go to Turkey” (Summertime 2011).
5 October 2012 sees the launch of Summertime Publishing’s “Forced to Fly: an anthology of writings that will make you see the funny side of living abroad” (2ND EDITION). The anthology is edited by Jo Parfitt. Contributors include authors Jack Scott and Deborah Fletcher, and the bloggers behind Disparate Huisvrouw, Adventures in Expat Land, I Was an Expat Wife, and Word Geyser.
“Forced to Fly” (Summertime Publishing, 2012) is a collection of funny stories about expat life and is written by experts, counsellors and real-life expats
Jack Scott, author of “Perking the Pansies: Jack and Liam go to Turkey” (Summertime 2011), gives thanks to Turkey and tells why he and his partner have headed back to the UK.
Jack Scott, author of “Perking the Pansies” (Summertime Publishing, 2012), the memorable memoir of a gay couple in Turkey, shares the best of his latest reviews