Living Elsewhere – Now on Kindle

Because a life overseas can be tough and, well, sometimes you just have to laugh.

“Hilariously relatable and sentimental cartoons that will pull at your heartstrings by invoking laughter and emotional connectedness; perfect for anyone who knows the challenges of expat living.”

Alison Cavatore, Founder of Global Living Magazine

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Forget Me Not – Free on Kindle

Forget Me Not, the first book in Jacqueline Falcomer’s Tuscany Lovers trilogy, is now free on Amazon Kindle for 5 days only.

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Alex, the storyteller in Forget Me Not, unfurls the multicolored banner that is his family history. In vivid and rich narration, from his grandfather’s bull fighting ranch in Mexico and his father’s chiropractic education in Iowa, to his own search for self and the woman he cannot forget, Alex is both guide and lost soul.

Through three generations and across four continents, this tale of yearning, searching, loss and forgiveness grabs the reader on every level and yanks you through turmoil, depravity, tenderness and awakening. A late-night page turner, this is not a book you will soon forget. 

 

Women Who Walk – Now on Kindle

“This book is not only for people who desire to live another life, but for people who want to feel inspired by those “blueprint breakers” who make it happen. Regardless of whether you move or not, this book will fill you with the power of possibility!”

Virginia Walker on Amazon

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Bernard the Wombat – now on Kindle

In this fantastical yet believable tale, skilled storyteller, Judyth Gregory-Smith, shows us things are not always as they seem and can have surprisingly happy endings.

Bernard is the only upwardly mobile wombat in Australia. He has a well-equipped caravan to sleep in and a deck on which he can sip Wombat Ginger Beer while reading the Wombat’s Guide to Successful Tunnelling. But a menace hangs low over the scene: a dingo named Crushbone. All the animals fear him, for dingoes have the unpleasant habit of eating other animals.

Bernard makes a pond in his garden so he can watch the Honeyeaters fly down for a drink. But one terrible night, the pool is damaged. The black plastic liner is ripped and some water escapes. Who is to blame? Bernard suspects his Wild Wombat relatives who live in Deep Ravine, though Gloria the Red-Bellied Black Snake suspects it’s Crushbone the Dingo.

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