'Confession of a Coward' released (25 Apr 2012 02:26)
This book describes a nine month journey through India and Nepal, focusing on the interesting and often arresting characters encountered along the way. The book is unusual as it is written from a female point of view. The narrator is an inexperienced and nervous traveller, which makes a change of pace from accounts by the well-travelled and intrepid. Throughout her journey, she meets a range of unusual people and used the experience to gain an insight into Indian culture and society.
Follow Kirsty Turner on a journey through the Thar Desert to discover tiny isolated villages, through bustling cities teeming with life and on treks through the mountains in Nepal. Experience Indian culture through the eyes of an inexperienced traveller and discover how lack of experience can lead to comical situations.
'Pattaya Parables' released (10 Sep 2012 02:43) The vignettes in this book capture a wide spectrum of Pattaya nightlife and provide the reader with an easy to read but interesting voyage into the pathos and the humour that exists behind the bright
'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