Pick up your copy of Jack Scott’s Perking the Pansies and Turkey Street on Kindle for only £2.99 each! Just imagine the absurdity of two openly gay, recently ‘married’ middle aged, middle class men escaping the liberal sanctuary of anonymous London to relocate to a Muslim country. viewauthor.at/JackScott
Alaine Handa A southeast Asian falls in love with fika. Out Now on Springtime Books Chokladbollar are Swedish chocolate balls. Let Alaine introduce you to her favorite snack through a collection of 30 alternately naughty, healthy and exotic – but always delicious – recipes. Alaine’s a global soul and chokladbollar, a constant in her nomadic… Read More In Search of the Best Swedish Chokladbollar – out now!
Italy has always been a destination for travelers. For centuries, Rome was the caput mundi, center of the known world. Even after the fall of the empire, all roads led to Rome, the seat of the Catholic Church, a place of pilgrimage. In the 17th century, Italy became the primary destination of the Grand Tour,… Read More Italy, A Romantic Journey
My Life Abroad: A selection of expat stories Compiled and edited by Florence Gindre & Cyril Richert Illustrated by Cyril Richert Since 2011, BlogExpat.com has been a public voice for many expat bloggers through regular interviews published on the website. With hundreds of stories available, this book is an anthology of some of the best… Read More My Life Abroad – now out on Kindle
Summertime Publishing proudly announce their latest #TCK title, Misunderstood: The impact of growing up overseas in the 21st century by Tanya Crossman. Over 200 million people currently live abroad; more than 50 million are temporary residents, intending to return to their country of origin. Misunderstood explores the impact international life can have on the children… Read More Misunderstood, Summertime Publishing’s latest #TCK title
Summertime Publishing‘s latest title – Misunderstood: The impact of Growing Up Overseas in the 21st Century by Tanya Crossman – is available now to pre-order in paperback and e-book. “…a valuable and much-welcomed resource for Third Culture Kids who may struggle with grief and a conflicted sense of self after repeated loss of the people,… Read More Misunderstood: pre-order now
Due out 15th August 2016 Over 200 million people currently live abroad; more than 50 million are temporary residents, intending to return to their country of origin. Misunderstood explores the impact international life can have on the children of such families – while they live overseas, when they return, and as they mature into adults.… Read More Coming Soon – Misunderstood, The Impact of Growing Up Overseas
Well done to Summertime Publishing author, Valérie Besanceney, for receiving an honorary mention for her book, B at Home, Emma Moves Again in the 2016 Purple Dragonfly Awards for children’s books. See press release.
Springtime Books is proud to announce the publication of Do you still have cleavage with just one breast? the incredibly raw and inspirational breast cancer diary by Sue Lawrence. On honeymoon and two months pregnant, Sue discovers a lump in her breast. This is her raw, unpolished diary as she navigates the diagnosis and treatment… Read More Do you still have cleavage with just one breast?
Congratulations to Turkey Street, Jack and Liam move to Bodrum for being runner up in the 2015 Rainbow Book Awards (Memoir and Biography). One of the best memoirs I read this year is Turkey Street, Jack and Liam move to Bodrum by Jack Scott. It’s a fast read, brimming with atmosphere, interesting characters, and wonderful… Read More Turkey Street – Rainbow Awards 2015, Runner Up
Jack Scott, author of Perking the Pansies and the soon to be published Turkey Street, heads up the new Springtime Books. He will continue to work closely with Jo Parfitt, Publisher and Mentor and Jane Dean, Production Manager and Editor from Summertime Publishing. Together the team now known by some as ‘The Three Js’ is bigger and better than ever and ExpatBookshop looks set for more great books to join its shelves.… Read More A second publisher makes their home at Expat Bookshop