Archive for: Letters Never Sent: A Global Nomad’s Journey from Hurt to Healing

Dounia Bertuccelli in conversation with Summertime author, Ruth Van Reken

FIGT had very humble beginnings in the Midwest USA. While trying to adjust to life in suburban Indiana after living overseas, Ruth realized that not enough help was being given to relocated families. Although relocation packages included nice benefits and practical information, they lacked support in other areas. “Topics such as transition, TCKs or spousal […]

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Ruth E Van Reken’s “Letters Never Sent” touches a life and provides food for thought

On her website www.djiboutijones.com, Rachel Pieh Jones reviews Ruth E Van Reken’s “Letters Never Sent”.

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A few words from Ruth E. Van Reken on the latest edition of Letters Never Sent…

Author and TCK expert Ruth E. Van Reken describes the history of her memoir “Letters Never Sent: A Global Nomad’s Journey from Hurt to Healing” (Summertime, 2012), which has sold over 32,000 copies so far. Plus she tells us why she wrote this new revised edition.

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Designer shares her thoughts on Ruth E van Reken’s Letters Never Sent

Designer Alison Day shares her thoughts on the latest edition of Ruth E van Reken’s “Letters Never Sent” (Summertime 2012).

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Ruth E. Van Reken, Letters Never Sent (latest edition)

Ruth E. van Reken’s “Letters Never Sent: A Global Nomad’s Journey from Hurt to Healing” (Summertime 2012) has sold 32 000 copies since it was first published. This recently revised edition includes a 30-page epilogue and 15 pages of photographs.

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