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The Guilty Can't Say Goodbye
Three women. Three secrets. Three broken lives.
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The Golden Land, a Novel
Elizabeth Shick’s debut novel The Golden Land is a significant achievement. In it, the microcosm of one family’s experiences gestures toward the macrocosm of Myanmar’s complex history.
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Travels to Myanmar - The Martha's Vineyard Times
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The Golden Land by Elizabeth Shick Takes the Reader on a Cultural Journey
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Leoshine, Princess Oracle
Leoshine, Princess Oracle by N. MacCameron. Cultures collide at the end of a chain of generated domes
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Tuscan Snippets – FREE e-Book
Tuscan Snippets - FREE e-Book
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About Bernard the Wombat
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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Best of expat fiction 2015
The title of this post is a lie: you didn’t miss anything. It’s we who missed our deadline of publishing, at the end of 2015, a list of books for, by and about expats. Dare I suggest that our procr...
Mental Pause  Abbie Slocum, a forty-something, average, middle of the road, housewife and mother of teenage twin boys, tries desperately to keep her outwardly idyllic life together while spiraling into a dark pit of menopausal insanity. Her mind races with suicidal, murderous thoughts so outside of her normal character that it frightens her. Mother In Law Birthday, Jail Cell, Twin Boys, Indie Author, First Novel, International Womens Day, Menopause, Book Authors, Ladies Day
Mental Pause
Mental Pause Abbie Slocum, a forty-something, average, middle of the road, housewife and mother of teenage twin boys, tries desperately to keep her outwardly idyllic life together while spiraling into a dark pit of menopausal insanity. Her mind races with suicidal, murderous thoughts so outside of her normal character that it frightens her.
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From Barcelona Volumes 1 and 2
From Barcelona is a collection of twelve short stories inspired by this cryptic Mediterranean metropolis, where haunted flats overlook leafy squares and feline temptresses lurk in smoky bars.
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Dubai 2008. In this multicultural melting pot, six women search for meaning in a life judged by many to be charmed and superficial. As first-timers, lifers and love immigrants operate within the expat bubble a darker side emerges – of culture shock, loss of identity, depression, temptation and grief.