“China had me rendered speechless that first day and for many months on. Then followed a gradual change in us, from feeling like aliens who’d just landed from Mars, right through the two and a half years, to a family who, while we would never truly blend in, felt like we kinda belonged. It was then… Read More How China Blonde Came to Be
Congratulations to Sarah Koblow, winner of the Lindsay de Feliz New Writer of Expat Award. Her memoir, Count Only Sunny Hours, will be published by Summertime Publishing in 2021.
“I highly recommend this book to anyone who has moved to or temporarily lived in a different country, who has a loved one or friend who has done so, or who themselves dreams of doing so. The stories illuminate the joys and challenges of that journey and provide much food for thought.” Terri Myers, Amazon… Read More Rave Reviews for The Winding Road to Portugal
Ask twenty men how they came to live in Portugal and you’ll get some surprising answers. In this clever and well-crafted book, Louise Ross sits back and lets the men do the talking in their own words, and the result is fascinating, moving and funny. Take the Aussie brothers who converted a Lisbon kebab shop… Read More Jack Scott Reviews The Winding Road to Portugal
Nicole Webb, author of China Blonde, talks to Brightside Story Studio. Why did you uproot your life and go overseas? “I met my husband, James, on a blind date when I was 35. He worked in hotels and warned me that they liked their staff to progress, which could involve moving overseas. After striving for… Read More Interview with author, Nicole Webb
20 Men from 11 Countries Share Their Stories. Louise Ross. How do men navigate life at a time fraught with great uncertainty and rapid change, working and moving country to country, on their own or with a family? Is their path easy, because they’re men, fortuned with greater liberties than women? Or do they encounter… Read More The Winding Road to Portugal
Denver, Colorado (May 1, 2020) – Author Doreen Cumberford thought moving to Saudi Arabia would be an easy adjustment for her and her family. After all, she had lived and worked in foreign countries for most of her working life, including a stint in Dubai. She thought that living in Saudi Arabia as the spouse… Read More Is the Expat Life for You? A Memoir & Guidebook to Navigating Life Lived Abroad
Tanya Crossman, author of the best-selling book, Misunderstood, reviews Arrivals, Departures and the Adventures in-between by Christopher O’Shaughnessy.