Perking the Pansies Jack and Liam Move to Turkey

Perking the Pansies   Jack and Liam Move to Turkey Author Jack Scott
ISBN-10 1904881645
Year 2011
Pages 238
Language en
Publisher Springtime Books

Jack and Liam, fed up with kiss-my-arse bosses and nose-to-nipple commutes, quit their jobs and move to a small town in Turkey. Join the culture-curious gay couple on their bumpy rite of passage in a Muslim country. Meet the oddballs, VOMITs, vetpats, emigreys, semigreys, debauched waiters and middle England miseries. When bigotry and ignorance emerge from the crude underbelly of Turkey's expat life, Jack and Liam waver. Determined to stay the course, the happy hedonistas hitch up their skirts, move to the heart of liberal Bodrum and fall in love with their intoxicating foster land. Enter Jack's irreverent world for a right royal dose of misery and joy, bigotry and enlightenment, betrayal and loyalty, friendship, love, earthquakes, birth, adoption and a senseless murder. Perking the Pansies will make you laugh out loud one minute and sob into your crumpled tissue the next. "Scott pulls no punches. A good read and hopefully the first of many by new boy on the block." Jane Akatay, journalist "An insightful tale of life abroad - with a twist - from the pen of a serial people watcher. Expat Jack lays his characters bare along with his heart and soul, '' Kym Ciftci, On the Ege Magazine, "Jack and Liam bring a certain je ne sais quoi to the souks and heap a plate of dry British wit to their Ottoman misadventures," Charles Ayres, author, Impossibly Glamorous ..". hilarious, saucy, witty, heartwarming and incredibly moving, Perking the Pansies is chock full of odd characters and odder situations. Jack Scott has a way with words and proves that it is the relationships we surround ourselves with that matter most," Linda A Janssens, Writer and Co-Author, Turning Points,

Perking the Pansies

Perking the Pansies Author Jack Scott
ISBN-10 9781909193086
Year 2011-12-15
Pages 244
Language en
Publisher Summertime Publishing

A bitter-sweet tragi-comedy that recalls the first year of a British gay couple living in a Muslim land. - See more at:

Exploring Culture

Exploring Culture Author Gert Jan Hofstede
ISBN-10 9780585485904
Year 2002-09-24
Pages 264
Language en
Publisher Nicholas Brealey Publishing

Provides more than seventy-five activities, dialogues and stories. An outstanding resource for trainers and educators.

The Expert Expat

The Expert Expat Author Melissa Hess
ISBN-10 1931930600
Year 2011-03-04
Pages 304
Language en
Publisher Nicholas Brealey Publishing

Essential reading for anyone moving overseas.

The Art of Coming Home

The Art of Coming Home Author Craig Storti
ISBN-10 193193066X
Year 2011-01-11
Pages 232
Language en
Publisher Nicholas Brealey Publishing

The best–and bestselling–book for repatriating travelers.

What about Your Saucepans

What about Your Saucepans Author Lindsay De Feliz
ISBN-10 1909193313
Year 2013-02
Pages 262
Language en

Lindsay de Feliz walked away from an enviable lifestyle - marriage, successful career, expensive holidays, designer clothes, fast cars - to pursue her dream of being a SCUBA diving instructor. She could not have predicted the journey ahead when she arrived in the heat, sunshine and vibrant culture of the Dominican Republic. She found love, a ready-made family and - despite being shot in a bungled robbery - a desire to help the Dominican people, many living in abject poverty. She supported her husband as he ran for political office and with Lindsay by his side they were a formidable team. As the campaign gathered momentum, they learnt the hard way what happens when you oppose those in power. Fighting corruption, double-dealing and with their lives at risk, they were forced into hiding. Their incredible story is stranger than fiction and twice as menacing. The dark underbelly of the Dominican Republic is exposed, from the tourist beaches to the soaring mountains of the interior. Lindsay tells it how it is, but in the telling her deep love for the Dominican Republic, its culture and its people shines through. "What About Your Saucepans? is not only essential reading for anyone moving to the Dominican Republic, it's also a damn good read. Lindsay de Feliz's fight against political corruption, being shot and almost losing everything is one of the most inspiring expat stories I have ever read." Jamie Morris, Founder, "Despite the incredible setbacks she has faced, Lindsay's love and loyalty for her adopted country radiate through this entertaining chronicle of her eventful life in the DR." Ilana Benady, co-author, Expat FAQs: Moving to and Living in the Dominican Republic (Summertime Publishing 2011) "Lindsay's adventures in the DR will shock and amuse in equal measure, and her vast knowledge of the country makes this a hugely entertaining memoir." Shelley Antscherl, Book reviewer,

Tales from the Expat Harem

Tales from the Expat Harem Author Anastasia M. Ashman
ISBN-10 1580051553
Year 2006
Pages 293
Language en
Publisher Seal Press

An anthology of narrative essays about the religious conflicts, family traditions, and customs of Turkey throughout the past four decades is written by thirty-two women expatriates who established lives in the region for work, love, or adventure. Reprint.

Let the Faggots Burn

Let the Faggots Burn Author Johnny Townsend
ISBN-10 1614344531
Year 2011-08
Pages 342
Language en
Publisher Booklocker.Com Incorporated

On Gay Pride Day in 1973, an arsonist set the entrance to a French Quarter gay bar on fire. In the terrible inferno that followed, 32 people lost their lives, including a third of the local congregation of the Metropolitan Community Church, their pastor burning to death halfway out a second-story window as he tried to claw his way to freedom. This is a riveting account of a forgotten moment in gay history.

Foreign to Familiar A Guide to Understanding Hot And Cold Climate Cultures

Foreign to Familiar  A Guide to Understanding Hot   And Cold   Climate Cultures Author Sarah A. Lanier
ISBN-10 158158072X
Year 2004-02-01
Pages 128
Language en

Foreign to Familiar is a splendidly written, well-researched work on cultures. Anyone traveling abroad should not leave home without this valuable resource! I highly recommend it as required reading for cross-cultural workers. Sarah Lanier's love and sensitivity for people of all nations will touch your heart. This book creates within us a greater appreciation for our extended families around the world and an increased desire to better serve them. - Dr. Kingsley A. Fletcher President, Hope for Africa, Inc. [on back cover].