Expat Author Interview with Claire King

Author Claire KingClaire King has lived in rural France for the last 11 years, where she leads a patchwork sort of life involving parenting, writing, earning money in brief stints away from home as an independent facilitator and running their two gîtes. Her first novel, The Night Rainbow, came out this spring from Bloomsbury. She […]

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How thankful am I?

(Important! If this post is cut off at the bottom, reload the page. This usually solves the problem.) ___________________________________ Over the last few months, I’ve been depressed. No, no, no. Don’t feel sorry for me. I’m still as adorable as ever . . . just with a pouty face and a blank stare into the […]

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Worlds Apart — an Interview with authors Dorothee Lang and Smitha Murthy

(Very important! If this post is cut off at the bottom, reload the page. This usually solves the problem.) _____________________________________________ I’ve recently had the great pleasure of reading the epistolary book Worlds Apart by Dorothee Lang and Smitha Murthy. While the book is a compelling mix of travel insights, photography and essay (that I could […]

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Wild Scotland — an Interview with Author Gill Hoffs

Gill Hoffs, author of Wild: a collectionGill Hoffs (pronounced with a soft G), a writer from Scotland, grew up on the Scottish coast, studied psychology, biology and English literature at the University of Glasgow, then worked with children with a variety of needs (ASD and/or EBD, mainly) throughout the UK. She married her best friend […]

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