Thriving Abroad Podcast with Louise Ross, author of Women Who Walk

Louise Ross, author of Women Who Walk, talks to Louise Wiles of Thriving Abroad. Enjoy this fascinating conversation where Louise shares:

  • What she learned from these diverse stories.
  • The personal benefit of documenting our own stories irrespective of whether we share them.
  • The personal strengths and characteristics that Louise recognised in the personal stories – I am sure you will relate.
  • The themes that bubbled up through the stories – many that you will recognise.
  • wWhat motivates people to move once, settle and then decide to uproot and move on again?
  • The value of recording our stories so that others can benefit from our experience and lessons.

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About Women Who Walk

 

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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Perking the Pansies – Will Surely Tickle Your Funny Bones

“This is the story of an openly gay, recently married couple leaving the liberal crowd of merry old London for a conservative Muslim country. This is about as interesting as a context can get. Told in a very conversational and light tone, Jack takes you for a ride with him and Liam as they go through a series of interesting encounters. This book is full of entertaining narratives of real life experiences that will surely tickle your funny bones.”

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Louise Ross, author of Women Who Walk on writing the right book

WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN you discover that you’re writing the wrong memoir? Well, if you are Louise Ross, you make the decision to write the right book. In this case, it was going from writing her own memoir to instead writing a collective one that includes the tales of the women she met in her expatriate journey. Ever had the feeling that what you are writing is not the right book? I think it happens to every writer at one time or another. If you’ve ever wanted to shelve one idea for another, please come along with Louise and find out how to make that decision. Here is a guest post from her featuring her newly-published book.

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