Drinking-Camels-Milk-in-the-YurtWe’re thrilled that Monica Neboli’s Drinking Camel’s Milk in the Yurt (Summertime Publishing 2013) has been reviewed by both www.ExpatWoman.com (Dubai) and BlogCritics.org.

Ana McGinley (http://anamcginley.blogspot.ca) writes (ExpatWoman.com): 

“Drinking Camel’s Milk in the Yurt is not a travel guide to Kazakhstan. It is a series of essays about a relatively unknown land by expats, all with their own personal and professional backgrounds that influence the telling of their individual story. Yet what unites this collection of stories is a love of Kazakhstan – the landscape, food, culture and the people.”

Find her full synopsis/review here.

Meanwhile, Mandy Southgate writes (BlogCritics.org):

“It is one thing to be an expat, to live and work in a foreign city, but would I relate to other people’s stories?

I needn’t have worried. Within moments of beginning to read Jacyntha England’s “First Snow”, I was lost in a land of -40°c winters and 40°c summers, a place where the kindness of strangers is superseded only by the welcoming warmth of friends and neighbours and where children can play together in courtyards until late in the balmy summer nights.”

Find her favourite story – and her greatest insight from the book – in the full review (here).

Get a FREE copy of the first three stories of Drinking Camel’s Milk in the Yurt at http://kzexpatstories.wordpress.com/drinking-camels-milk-book-preview/.

Read more about Drinking Camel’s Milk in the Yurt here.

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