Nine Years in Bangkok

Nine Years in Bangkok: Lessons Learned by Sharon Bazant. The cover shows the silhouette of a woman walking on a twilight beach with the the picture of a Buddhist Stupa superimposed in the upper right corner.

The magic of living and traveling in exotic locales doesn’t insulate anyone from a crisis of the soul. Nine Years in Bangkok: Lessons Learned is a memoir of Sharon Bazant’s adventurous, roller-coaster life as an ex-pat in Thailand.

Her path to self-discovery and acceptance is illuminated by a very real cast of characters:

  • a Russian Shaman
  • a spell-casting Thai massage master
  • a Scottish hairdresser named Frankie Love
  • a maid named Boom
  • a spirit-channeling ambassador’s wife
  •  and Andrew who became Annie.

As a westerner in Southeast Asia, she pulls back the covers on such topics as traversing culture shock, long-distance parenting, marital breakdown, workplace betrayal (and revenge), mid-life career change, and more. Read how Sharon overcame these challenges and underwent a spiritual transformation during her nine years in Thailand. And, perhaps, see a path for yourself.

Then purchase a copy of the book from your favorite online retailer:

ISBN: 9781644389973 (paperback)
Also available as an ebook from Booklocker and Amazon’s Kindle Store
Booklocker.com, Inc.
November 2019
324 pages

Interview with Sharon Bazant to discuss her book, Nine Years in Bangkok: Lessons Learned on The Authors Show

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