Life on the Move by Lisa Webb available on Amazon.

Life on the Move – Now Available on Amazon

Wow, I've read my advance digital copy of Life on the Move and it's fabulous.  I loved all the stories.  I was so interested to read the tales set in my home country, the UK, as they hold an interesting lens up to things I don't normally pause to think about. However, after a combined … Continue reading Life on the Move – Now Available on Amazon

Life on the Move is Coming Soon

Life on the Move is a great project that I'm pleased to have played a tiny role in, alongside a formidable army of female writers.  Our stories have been collected into this exciting new anthology and I have to say, I can't wait to read it.  I'm happy to tell you that there's not long … Continue reading Life on the Move is Coming Soon

Generation eXpat: From Statistician to Illustrator

It can be tough being the Trailing Spouse on an expat posting, there are times when you feel like you are the excess baggage.  The life and career you had built before is almost certainly on hold or possibly gone forever, particularly if you are not permitted to work in your host country and the … Continue reading Generation eXpat: From Statistician to Illustrator

Book cover The World that was Ours by Hilda Bernstein

The World that Was Ours by Hilda Berstein: A Review

As an expat it's always a challenge to dig beneath the surface and figure out what makes your new country tick, to comprehend the national psyche.  In South Africa, the wound left by the Apartheid years is still raw.   History books can be a dry, slow route to enlightenment.  For me, literature is often the … Continue reading The World that Was Ours by Hilda Berstein: A Review