A Creative Process for Navigating Change by Sara J. Simons The Art of Transition guides you through strategic processing, utilizing both logic (left-brain engagement) exercises, and creative brain integration (right-brain engagement) through simple but effective art and movement exercises. How do we approach transition—especially difficult and often unwanted transitions—with our whole selves, not just our… Read More Out Now – The Art of Transition
The International Career Couple Handbook Here We Are – The International Career Couple Handbook provides a new way to approach internationally mobile talent. From a foundation of deeply caring for a global workforce, it offers real-life insights into the challenges and opportunities for International Career Couples (ICC) and the organisations that deploy them. With in-depth… Read More Out Now – Here We Are
“Those looking for an introduction to the genre will find the book a solid guide. A valuable primer for helping teens cope with adolescence.” KIRKUS REVIEWS, No 24, December 2020 FIND OUT MORE…
It’s been a tough year but wishing all our readers a peaceful Christmas and a prosperous 2021.
Jo and her partner Jan set off from their home in Prague to their summer home in Marbella at the beginning of March for their regular one week a month in the sun. They ended up being locked-down for 100 days. The whole of Europe watched in horror as the Covid-19 crisis unfolded, first in… Read More 100 Days in Spain by Jo Weaver
It’s that time of year again when Expat Nest, Counselling Without Borders, asks us here at the Expat Bookshop to list our favourite titles published during the year. In no particular order, here is our top 10 for 2020 – books to entertain and enlighten, surprise and inform – including a classic from the past… Read More The Expat Bookshop Top Ten 2020
“The artist Wu Yuren found out that China has little tolerance for dissent – and no justice in its courts. Many before and after have made similar, painful discoveries. Not all of these cases make it into the public realm; many acts of defiance are known only to those who suffer, and their families. That’s… Read More Praise for Taking on China by Karen Patterson
“I’m truly settled here and I’ve created a life that I’m very happy with. If anything I would like to ramp up my writing and communications, perhaps a book, but one thing leads to another and we don’t necessarily choose our itinerary through life. I just hope I’ll still be doing what I’m doing in… Read More Real-life Stories of Moving to Portugal