Book reviews

Turkey Street, a tasty Turkish delight

“Both Jack (the narrator) and Liam (his husband) have the kind of breezy wit that keeps the story moving with grace and style. Author Scott has the rare ability to speak volumes with a few well chosen words and tongue-in-cheek innuendo. ” The Book | The Review

Book reviews

Laura Stephens reviews Jack Scott’s Turkey Street

“I appreciated that Jack Scott’s tale of Turkey life feels real and balanced. He shows both the cultural immersion and the less attractive reality. For example, the ‘pot bellied Brits wobbled along the prom … adding a little Croydon to my panorama’ and the touching story of a couple separated in the counter-revolution at twenty-three.… Read More Laura Stephens reviews Jack Scott’s Turkey Street

Author interviews

Anne O’Connell talks to Jack Scott, author of Turkey Street

Anne O’Connell talks to Jack Scott about his book, Turkey Street and his top writing tips in her Writing…Just Because series. Where do you get your inspiration when writing? I’ve always been a greedy social observer and unrepentant eavesdropper. A move to a foreign field provided the chance to witness the expat species in the… Read More Anne O’Connell talks to Jack Scott, author of Turkey Street

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Turkey Street – Rainbow Awards 2015, Runner Up

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