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Expat Women: No Chopsticks Required: Katrina Beikoff
No Chopsticks Required
My Family’s Unexpected Year In Shanghai
Katrina Beikoff
 
In 2008, Katrina Beikoff and her partner Gary Smart accepted one-year expat assignments with the Shanghai Daily. What followed was a very busy year involving major events such as China's massive snow storm, the devastating Sichuan earthquake, the Tibetan uprising, the Beijing Olympics, and the melamine-tainted milk scandal…
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Expat Women: Running Away to Home: Our Family’s Journey to Croatia in Search of Who We Are, Where We Came From, and What Really Matters: Jennifer Wilson
Running Away to Home:
Our Family’s Journey to Croatia in Search of Who We Are, Where We Came From, and What Really Matters
Jennifer Wilson
 
In October 2008, having lost half of their life's savings in the U.S. stock market crash, the timing seemed right for Jennifer Wilson, her husband Jim and their two children, to escape middle-class, Midwestern life – at least for a while...
 
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Expat Women: Sunshine Soup: Nourishing The Global Soul: Jo Parfitt
Sunshine Soup: Nourishing The Global Soul
Jo Parfitt
 
Brit Jo Parfitt is an expat writing and publishing legend. She has published 27 books, inspired thousands, and lived abroad in Dubai, Oman, Norway and the Netherlands. We caught up with Jo to talk about the publication of her 28th book – her very first novel, Sunshine Soup: Nourishing The Global Soul...
 
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Expat Women: One White Face: Hilary Corna
One White Face
Hilary Corna
 
Ohio-born Hilary Corna had always dreamt of living in Asia. So after graduating from college, and against everyone’s advice, Hilary sold her prized Jeep and purchased a one-way ticket to Singapore, with no job to go to, and just one suitcase to start her new life. What could have ended in failure turned into her greatest adventure yet. We talked to Hilary about her new memoir One White Face – which has been described as the Generation Y version of "Eat, Pray, Love!...
 
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Expat Women: Big in China: Alan Paul
Big in China: My Unlikely Adventures Raising a Family, Playing the Blues, and Becoming a Star in Beijing
Alan Paul
 
Suburban dad Alan Paul was supposed to be moving to China for his wife's once-in-a-lifetime adventure - she had been offered the job of Wall Street Journal China Bureau Chief. He ended up with an amazing adventure of his own, co-founding a Chinese blues band, becoming an award-winning columnist, creating a press identity as the Panda Dad (as opposed to the Tiger Mom), and already selling his memoir's film rights to Ivan Reitman and Tom Pollock's Montecito Pictures...
 
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Craving Success: A Startup Junkie's Path from Passion to Profits: Melody Biringer
Craving Success: A Startup Junkie's Path from Passion to Profits
Melody Biringer
 
If you are an expat entrepreneur, or someone wishing they had a business idea good enough for them to be an expat entrepreneur, Melody Biringer's new book - chronicling her lessons learned from starting 20 companies - is exactly what the motivation doctor ordered...
 
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The New Global Student: Skip The SAT, Save Thousands On Tuition And Get A Truly International Education: Maya Frost
The New Global Student: Skip The SAT, Save Thousands On Tuition And Get A Truly International Education
Maya Frost
 
In 2005, Mindfulness Trainer Maya Frost put her creative, "eyes-wide-open" strategies into action: Selling everything in suburban America and moving abroad with her husband Tom and their four teenage daughters...
 
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Black And (A)broad: Traveling Beyond The Limitations Of Identity: Carolyn Vines
Black And (A)broad: Traveling Beyond The Limitations Of Identity
Carolyn Vines

Experienced expat and blogger, Carolyn Vines, talks to us about her new book, in which she examines how life abroad transformed her concepts of race and culture, and what it means to be a woman of color in the world...
 
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Thrive: Lisa Blunt Rochester, Ruth Kuguru & Alejandra Guzmán
Thrive
Ruth Kuguru, Lisa Blunt Rochester and Alejandra Guzmán
 
We talk to the ladies whose new coffee-table book Thrive tells the stories of thirty-four remarkable women who have built new lives for themselves and their families in Shanghai.  Be inspired by expat women reinventing themselves abroad...
 
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Beyond Borders: Portraits Of American Women From Around The World: My-Linh Kunst
Beyond Borders: Portraits Of American Women From Around The World
My-Linh Kunst
 
Beyond Borders: Portraits Of American Women From Around The World celebrates "seemingly ordinary" American women living abroad, who have assimilated into the culture of their host nations and achieved something meaningful in their chosen path...
 
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Write Your Life Stories: Jo Parfitt
Write Your Life Stories
Jo Parfitt
 
We talk to British author, publisher and writer's mentor Jo Parfitt, about her new Write Your Life Stories program and learn from her advice about writing, common mistakes for newbie authors, a checklist for writers wanting to publish their book and much more...
 
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The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition: Tina Quick
 
We talk to Tina Quick about her new guidebook for TCKs transitioning to university. Tina, mother of three college-aged daughters, is an adult Third Culture Kid (ATCK) who, having made 18 moves, understands well the cycle of loss and grief involved in a cross–cultural lifestyle...
 
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Your Million Dollar Dream: Tamara Monosoff
Your Million Dollar Dream
Tamara Monosoff
 
Former expat, Tamara Monosoff, is a mother and businesswoman who knows all about making dreams come true: first with her own invention, then through Mom Invented® - her company which has helped thousands of other mothers realize their dreams as well...
 
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Facebook Fairytales by Emily Liebert
 
We talk to Emily Liebert about Facebook Fairytales, which presents twenty-five true, heart-warming stories from the world's most popular social networking site. Emily shares her inspiration, her favorite stories, her impressions of CEO Mark Zuckerberg...
 
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The Unofficial Diplomat: Joanne Grady Huskey
The Unofficial Diplomat
A Memoir
Joanne Grady Huskey
 
From being inside the US Embassy with her children in Nairobi when it was bombed, to being on the ground in Beijing during the sad events at Tiananmen Square in 1989, to acting in Bollywood, co-founding a relocation company and an international school in India...
 
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The Wealthy Author: The Fast Profit Method For Writing, Publishing & Selling Your Non-Fiction Book: Debbie Jenkins and Joe Gregory
The Wealthy Author
Debbie Jenkins and Joe Gregory
 
Debbie Jenkins is a British expat living in Spain, famous for publishing a book that made £30,000 in one day. Debbie talks to us about her newest book, which walks us through everything they need to know to become a wealthy author...
 
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Voluntary Traveler: Adventures From The Road Best Traveled: Nola Lee Kelsey
Voluntary Traveler: Adventures From The Road Best Traveled
Nola Lee Kelsey
 
This is a book for the volunteer traveler - the traveler who either bypasses the five-star resort... or who tags it onto the end of their vacation, once they have done the hard yards volunteering...
 
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A Broad Abroad: The Expat Wife's Guide to Successful Living Abroad: Robin Pascoe
A Broad Abroad: The Expat Wife's Guide To Successful Abroad
Robin Pascoe
 
We talk to the Expat Expert, Robin Pascoe about the relaunch of her original 'Culture Shock: A Wife's Guide' and what she has learned about support for expat spouses over the last 20 years...
 
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Brats: Our Journey Home: Donna Musil
Brats: Our Journey Home
Donna Musil
 
Donna was raised an Army brat and relocated 12 times as a child and 19 times as an adult. Seven years and 500 interviews in the making, we talk to Donna about her insightful documentary film and ask her about her recent Brats projects...
 
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Living Your Best Life Abroad: Jeanne Heinzer
Living Your Best Life Abroad
Jeanne Heinzer
 
Jeanne Heinzer describes herself as an artist - a lifelong student of the art of saying goodbye to one city or country and setting up home in another. Join us as we talk to Jeanne about her new book for accompanying partners...
 
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Call Me Okaasan: Adventures in Multicultural Mothering: Suzanne Kamata
Call Me Okaasan Adventures In Multicultural Mothering
Suzanne Kamata
 
Raising children is never easy, but raising them abroad presents a whole realm of new opportunities and challenges. We talk to Suzanne Kamata about her new book featuring stories from women around the world...
 
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Motherhood And Me: Lindy Bruce
Motherhood And Me
Lindy Bruce
 
Join us as we talk to Lindy, whose journy of rediscovery can help us all learn how to embrace what is wonderful about motherhood and gracefully survive the rest. Lindy shares her five-step plan for releasing built-up anger, resentment and negativity...
 
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An Ethiopian Odyssey: Annette Allen
An Ethiopian Odyssey
Annette Allen
 
Join us as we talk to Annette Allen, a half-British, half-Norwegian, adult TCK, about her 25,000 mile quest to discover former classmates, inspired: A dream of bringing clean water to Ethiopia...
 
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My So-Called Freelance Life: Michelle Goodman
My So-Called Freelance Life
Michelle Goodman
 
Join us as we talk to experienced freelancer, Michelle Goodman, about what to do and what not to do in the world of freelancing (including some tips for established freelancers)...
 
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Raising A Bilingual Child: Barbara Zurer
Raising A Bilingual Child
Barbara Zurer
 
Barbara, who has more than twenty years of research experience in the fields of bilingualism and linguistics, shares with us some of the insights from her step-by-step guide for parents who want their young children to become bilingual...
 
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The Grown-up's Guide to Running Away From Home: Making a New Life Abroad: Rosanne Knorr
The Grown-up's Guide to Running Away From Home: Making a New Life Abroad
Rosanne Knorr
 
Tired of your current life and looking for a way to escape for a while? Then join us as we talk to Rosanne Knorr about her escape manual: The Grown-Up's Guide to Running Away From Home...
 
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A Career in Your Suitcase: Jo Parfitt
A Career In Your Suitcase
Jo Parfitt
 
Six years after publishing her first edition of this must-have portable career guide, Jo Parfitt fans will be pleased to know that the third edition of A Career In Your Suitcase is out and it is better than ever.
 
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Planet Germany: Cathy Dobson
Planet Germany
Cathy Dobson
 
After a decade of living in Germany, a chaotic British family makes a New Year's resolution to throw themselves wholeheartedly into the local culture. Very witty.
 
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Get Ahead By Going Abroad: C. Perry Yeatman & Stacie Nevadomski Berdan
Get Ahead By Going Abroad
C. Perry Yeatman & Stacie Nevadomski Berdan
 
Perry was making US$25,000 per year as an account executive when she took her first job abroad. Ten years later, she was earning more than US$500,000
 
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Gutsy Women: Marybeth Bond
Gutsy Women
Marybeth Bond
 
We talk to Marybeth Bond about her book for women travelers - which talks about many aspects of female safety and security abroad.
 
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Revolution Baby: Motherhood and Anarchy in Kyrgyzstan: Saffia Farr
Revolution Baby: Motherhood And Anarchy In Kyrgyzstan
Saffia Farr
 
We talk to Saffia about her journey of discovery from the first miserable days in the strange, grey, concrete capital to her joy at falling in love with her expat country.
 
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The World is a Kitchen: Michele Anna Jordan & Susan Brady
The World Is A Kitchen
Michele Anna Jordan & Susan Brady
 
A wonderful book that allows us to travel the world and not only learn about the wonderful food that is being prepared there, but also get a glimpse into each country's culture.
 
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When Abroad Do As The Local Children Do: Hilly Van Swol-Ulbrich & Bettina Kaltenhäuser
When Abroad Do As The Local Children Do
Hilly Van Swol-Ulbrich & Bettina Kaltenhäuser
 
Hilly and Bettina, with the help of Ori (the migrating bird), help children prepare for their move abroad. The book is filled with activities that help translate abstract notions into what is relevant and digestable information for the children.
 
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A Woman's Europe: Marybeth Bond
A Woman's Europe
Marybeth Bond
 
Renowned travel expert, Marybeth Bond, has carefully selected a great compilation of stories from women who have traveled throughout the European continent.
 
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The Best Women's Travel Writing: Lucy McCauley
The Best Women's Travel Writing
Lucy McCauley
 
This book presents stimulating, inspiring, and just plain wild adventures from women who have traveled to the ends of the earth to discover new places, peoples, and facets of themselves.
 
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When In Rome: Chasing la dolce vita: Penelope Green
When In Rome Chasing La Dolce Vita
Penelope Green
 
A delightful tale of expat Penelope Green, discovering herself in Rome, the city of hopes and dreams.
 
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Expert Expatriate: Your Guide to Successful Relocation Abroad - Moving, Living, Thriving: Melissa Brayer Hess and Patricia Linderman
Expert Expatriate: Your Guide To Successful Relocation Abroad- Moving, Living, Thriving
Melissa Brayer Hess and Patricia Linderman
 
Patricia and Melissa tell us about their revised and updated book, full of practical suggestions for successfully relocating overseas.
 
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Go Your Own Way: Women Travel the World Solo: Ingrid Emerick
Go Your Own Way: Women Travel The World Solo
Ingrid Emerick
 
There is nothing quite like hitting the road by yourself to awaken your senses. In twenty-three beautifully crafted essays, women recount the thrills of traveling solo.
 
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Locked Out: Stories Far From Home: Alison Jean Lester
Locked Out: Stories Far From Home
Alison Jean Lester
 
This collection of short stories, the debut book: Singapore-based Lester, is a surprisingly evocative look at the expatriate experience.
 
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French by Heart: Rebecca S. Ramsey
French by Heart
Rebecca S. Ramsey
 
A beautiful book telling the tales of Rebecca S. Ramsey's family's four years in Clermont-Ferrand, France.
 
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Third Culture Kids: David C. Pollock, Ruth E. Van Reken
Third Culture Kids
David C. Pollock, Ruth E. Van Reken
 
A now-legendary book about Third Culture Kids - giving words to the experience of growing up between worlds.
 
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Homeward Bound: Robin Pascoe
 
Homeward Bound
Robin Pascoe
 
"People get hit with re-entry shock because it is so unexpected. They simply don't realize that they are going to feel like a stranger in their own country..."
 
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Secrets of Successful Women Entrepreneurs: Sue Stockdale
Secrets of Successful Women Entrepreneurs
Sue Stockdale
 
I confess that I have a passion for success-stories. I love reading them, hearing them and/or watching them on screen.
 
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Rules Britannia: Toni Hargis
Rules Britannia
Toni Hargis
 
First book: Toni Hargis, a Brit in the US, who calls her book "An Insider's Guide to Life in the United Kingdom"
 
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A Portable Identity: Debra R. Bryson Charise M. Hoge
A Portable Identity
Debra R. Bryson Charise M. Hoge
 
A Woman's Guide to Maintaining a Sense of Self While Moving Overseas.
 
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Alone At Home: Marian Weston
Alone At Home
Marian Weston
 
Explores the impacts of short term assignments on the family, as well as providing useful tools and support.
 
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A Smooth Beginning: Anne P. Copeland
A Smooth Beginning
Anne P. Copeland
 
A book full of lists of suggestions and a workbook to help you make a smooth transition to your new location.
 
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Tales from The Expat Harem: Anastasia M. Ashman and Jennifer Eaton Gökmen
Tales from The Expat Harem
Anastasia M. Ashman and Jennifer Eaton Gökmen
 
Read our special interview with Editors Anastasia M Ashman and Jennifer Eaton Gökmen, who have enjoyed amazing success with their Turkish anthology.
 
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When Families Cross Borders: Jennifer Patterson
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When Families Cross Borders
Jennifer Patterson
 
A book full of lists of suggestions and a workbook to help you make a smooth transition to your new location.
 
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GenXpat: Margaret Malewski
GenXpat
Margaret Malewski
 
Margaret Malewski helps the young and single prepare to work & live abroad.
 
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Female Ambition: Dr. Maria Nuria Chinchilla
Female Ambition
Dr. Maria Nuria Chinchilla
 
The main focus of the book is on the individual, the woman herself. Each and every one of us needs to set clear priorities, learn time management techniques to balance work and family.
 
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1,000 Places to See Before You Die: Patricia Schultz
1,000 Places to See Before You Die
Patricia Schultz
 
Packed with recommendations of the world's best places to visit, on and off the beaten path.
 
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Raising Global Nomads: Robin Pascoe
Raising Global Nomads
Robin Pascoe
 
Latest release from the Expat Expert, Robin Pascoe, about Parenting Abroad in an On-Demand World.
 
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Expat Entrepreneur: Jo Parfitt
Expat Entrepreneur
Jo Parfitt
 
How To Create and Maintain Your Own Portable Career Anywhere In The World.
 
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The Mom Inventors Handbook: Tamara Monosoff
The Mom Inventors Handbook
Tamara Monosoff
 
Having that inventing itch myself for a few years, I can attest from personal experience that until Tamara released her book in 2005, it took a lot of...
 
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Expat: Women's True Tales of Life Abroad: Christina Henry de Tessan
Expat: Women's True Tales of Life Abroad
Christina Henry de Tessan
 
Christina Henry de Tessan's book is a collection of first person stories, from women who have lived all around the world.
 
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So Far and Yet so Near: American Citizens Abroad
So Far And Yet So Near
American Citizens Abroad
 
"So Far and Yet So Near" is a well-organized collection of tales: Americans who are living or who have lived abroad.
 
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A Moveable Marriage: Robin Pascoe
A Moveable Marriage
Robin Pascoe
 
As a married Expat Woman, I really identified with Pascoe’s book for expatriates whose marriages endure the unique pressures of international moves. 
 
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