Author interviews

Summertime author, Tanya Crossman talks to DrieCulturen

Interview with Tanya Crossman, author of Misunderstood, the impact of growing up overseas in the 21st century. When and where did you first hear of the term “Third Culture Kid” (TCK)? How did you hear of it and in which way did it help you? When I first started working with TCKs I didn’t know […]

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Q&A with Summertime author, Tanya Crossman

Q: Tell us about your book, Misunderstood. What is it about? Could you describe it in just a few sentences? A: Misunderstood  is about growing up between places and cultures and how this affects young people. More importantly, Misunderstood articulates how these young people feel about their lives and experiences (in their own words) and […]

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Q&A with Sue Lawrence about her book, Do you still have cleavage with just one breast?

Jane Dean, Editor-in-Chief at Summetime Publishing and Springtime Books, talks to Sue Lawrence about her remarkable book, Do you still have cleavage with just one breast? More…

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Dounia Bertuccelli in conversation with Summertime author, Ruth Van Reken

FIGT had very humble beginnings in the Midwest USA. While trying to adjust to life in suburban Indiana after living overseas, Ruth realized that not enough help was being given to relocated families. Although relocation packages included nice benefits and practical information, they lacked support in other areas. “Topics such as transition, TCKs or spousal […]

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Anne O’Connell talks to Jack Scott, author of Turkey Street

Anne O’Connell talks to Jack Scott about his book, Turkey Street and his top writing tips in her Writing…Just Because series. Where do you get your inspiration when writing? I’ve always been a greedy social observer and unrepentant eavesdropper. A move to a foreign field provided the chance to witness the expat species in the […]

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Q&A with Simone Torres Costa, Author of Deconstructing Brazil

Jane Dean, Editor-in-Chief at Summetime Publishing and Springtime Books, talks to Simone Torres Costa about her latest book,  Deconstructing Brazil, Beyond Carnival, Soccer and Girls and Small Binkinis Q: Tell us about your book. What is it about? Could you describe it in just a few sentences? A: The book questions the superficial idea of Brazil […]

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