In a recent interview for Authority magazine, I was asked, “What are five things you wish someone had told you before you wrote your first book?” Here are my ‘five things’. It will be hard to find time to write even though you are retired. I wish someone had told me this because I would … More A Learning Curve and a Reward
They say not to judge a book by its cover but I need you to do just that. If you liked the cover of my book, Geckos & Guns: THE PAKISTAN YEARS (Living as an Expat Series Book 2), please vote for it for the Cover of the Month contest on AllAuthor.com! Please take a short … More Cover of the Month Contest
Here is the latest review of Geckos & Guns: The Pakistan Years. If you haven’t purchased your copy yet, now is a good time to get it. If you enjoy reading my memoir please recommend it to your friends. Reviews are always welcome too! Happy reading. 5.0 out of 5 stars Pakistan – A Canadian Expat’s … More Another Great Review
Geckos & Guns: The Pakistan Years is now available in paperback. You can order it on Amazon.com, Booklocker.com or any major online retailer. Happy reading everyone!
“What in heaven’s name motivated you to move to Pakistan?”
I can understand why she would ask this question. She’s at a point in the book where it seems as if everything is falling apart. … More Why Did We Move From Canada to Pakistan?
Here’s a little something I wrote that didn’t make it into my new book, Geckos & Guns: The Pakistan Years, reflecting on what the years in Pakistan meant to me as a wife and mother and to our family as a whole. Our family moved to Pakistan in early 1991. This was not a scenario … More A New Chapter
My latest podcast interview is with Denis Murphy at The Happy Mindset. He has posted the interview on Apple Podcasts, Spotify etc. But it is easiest to go to his website thehappymindset.com and search for 9 Years in Bangkok. That will bring up my interview. I was very happy with the interview and what was … More New Podcast Interview
This interview is about 15 minutes in duration and ran for the full 24 hours of January 21. This gave it a chance to be heard around the world at any time during that day. But in case you missed it, I’ve added a permanent link to it at the top of this post. I … More In Case You Missed it
About the Book Nine Years in Bangkok: Lessons Learned is an adventurous memoir of the author’s roller coaster life in Thailand. The book was originally written as a personal catharsis—an attempt to heal ‘Thailand wounds’. But, in re-visiting her experiences, the author realized that she wanted to share her ordeals and insights with a wider … More Hooray! Nine Years in Bangkok… is available now.