Author, Joanne Pasquale, talks to Sassy Mama about her family, her life in Singapore, homeschooling her son Jamie who has special needs, and about her first book. Read more…. Joanne’s book, A Positive Result, is out on Summertime Publishing very soon.
Springtime Books author, Judyth Gregory-Smith talks to the Expat Bookshop about her wonderful children’s book, Bernard the Wombat of Ugly Gully. Q: Tell us about your book, what is it about? Could you describe it in just a few sentences? A: Bernard the Wombat of Ugly Gully is a true story. Well almost. Bernard is… Read More Q&A with Judyth Gregory-Smith, author of Bernard the Wombat
Q: Why do you think your book needed to be written? A: It shows a different side of the country and explains more about the culture of the Dominican people. It also shows that however tough things may be, and whatever fears you have, you can get over them. More from Lindsay | About the Book
Jo Parfitt is on the Global Mom Show’s virtual sofa talking about raising #TCKs, about writing and about having a career in your suitcase. Hear the Podcast | About A Career in Your Suitcase
Co-author of Slurping Soup and Other Confusions, Maryam Afnan Ahmad, talks to Culturs Magazine about being a mother to third culture kids (#TCK) and how her book aims to help children cope with the challenges of living internationally.
“So, when I had an opportunity to relocate, I didn’t hesitate for one second… and here I am.” So begins the story of many expats as they are told in the pages of this book. With the Internet’s increased accessibility, many blogs have been created and expats have embraced this new medium of communication in… Read More My Life Abroad – a selection of expat stories
“Misunderstood is different because I act as an advocate and a “voice” for young TCKs. I’m trying to express how they really feel about the experience of growing up in a third culture. They have a different experience of the world to their parents. Recognizing this is essential for giving them the support they need.… Read More Summertime author, Tanya Crossman, talks to Displaced Nation
Christopher O’Shaughnessy, author Arrivals, Departures and the Adventures In-between talks about the value of empathy in the TCK/Expat conversation.
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… Read More Summertime author, Tanya Crossman talks to DrieCulturen
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… Read More Q&A with Summertime author, Tanya Crossman
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…