Book release: Destination: Asia (10 Nov 2008 07:30)
Influenced and intrigued as he was by all things Asian, and desperate to escape the monotony of America's first planned community, when Carleton Cole's path took him to Thailand, it came as no surprise to him. For years he had been fascinated by Thailand, reading everything he could about the country and even taking a menial job in a local Thai restaurant to rub shoulders with Thais exiled in the American Midwest.
Confronted by the seriously limited employment options open to the holder of a liberal-arts bachelor's degree, he set about transplanting himself to what would soon become his adopted home, and a base for exploring the rest of Asia. An atypically quiet American who never really fit into US society, Carleton Cole has found his place in the Land of Smiles, and has developed and maintained a passion for things Thai and Asian.
'The LOS Diaries: Part Two' released (03 Sep 2012 23:55) Another night, another girl and another party in one of the most hedonistic cities on the planet. This is the story of a resident expat’s adventures and night time exploits in the go-go bars, and nigh
'Broken Halo' released as 2nd edition (29 Aug 2012 03:35) Outsiders believe the lush mountains of Northern Thailand are peaceful and idyllic. But things are not as they appear—danger and intrigue lurk in even the tiniest village. Broken Halo reveals this dar
'Bar Girl' released! (21 Aug 2012 01:28) A harrowing tale of life in Asia where the only thing that matters is money, where love and respect have to be bought rather than earned, and where women always come second.
'Noy of Nakohn Panome' released as printed book (09 Aug 2012 11:28) “If we get married in Thailand,” Noy said. “We’ll have to have a big wedding. Every district officer will have to be there. And, of course, you have to have my father’s permission?”
I no longer had