Lights, Camera, Action

The Pictures Just Got Smaller

I’ve been a big fan of the Turkish Travel Blog for quite a while. Natalie works bloody hard to bring her readers the best that the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts of Turkey have to offer. Natalie travels extensively to give a personal touch to her posts. Believe me, this isn’t true of some travel sites which can be based on (sometimes inaccurate) second and third hand experiences. Been there, done that? Natalie has. She bought the T-shirt.

Natalie interviewed me as part of the book tour. It’s my fourth interview and makes me feel like a renascent Hollywood star of yesteryear doing the studio rounds to promote my latest must-see comeback flick. I’m ready for my close up, Mr DeMille (the oft misquoted line from Sunset Boulevard).

Check out my chat with Nat.

3 thoughts on “Lights, Camera, Action

  1. Bought your book on Kindle earlier this week and finished it in 3 days. Loved it! Didn’t always understand your amusing British references, as I’m an American, but still laughed my butt off! I think I’m met some of the expat-bubble ladies here in Istanbul per Chapter 16. Cheers!

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    1. Hi Joy

      Thank you. I’m really pleased you enjoyed the book even if you didn’t always get the references. Chapter 16 is one of my favourites too. Oh those awful emigrey ladies!

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