The Winding Narrative
My shenanigans from my 12 years as an expat in Nigeria, USA and Qatar, my repatriation to Melbourne, part-time tree change to Mansfield and now relocation to Sydney. If you have been inspired to write by your experiences overseas, we invite you to join Expat Writers on Facebook. Find out more in Calling Expat Writers.
The Mansfield Experience
Here are some repurposing do it yourself projects:
DIY Project Two: Ski Coat Rack
DIY Project One: Tyre Coffee Table
And here’s some fun in Mansfield:
Produced in Mansfield is a list of Producers in the Mansfield area. If you would like to be included, please contact me via this blog.
The Case of the Mysterious Rose Saboteur
Alone at Mansfield
I share some tips about expat life in:
Career and the Expat Spouse
Feminism and the Expat Spouse
Four Tips for Surviving Compound Life
My Houston Adventure
In How to be an Unhappy Expat, I share my difficulties in adjusting to life in Houston.
Long Distance Staff Writer and Gbenga Yusuf and The Perfect Dance describe my experiences writing stage productions for Lagos dance companies while living in Houston. In Collaborating With Children and Fire it Up! I describe the two school productions I did.
My Nigerian Adventure
The series about my first show for Mobil Producing Nigeria it told in:
Malaria, Kidnapping, Jewels
A Week in Lagos.
The story about Music & Dance on the Lagoon is in:
Music & Dance on the Lagoon
Blame It On The Tango
Countdown to Show Day
Show Day, Music & Dance on the Lagoon.
The story of how I started to dance is in Get Ready to Salsa
Follow the story about how Ishahayi Beach School Foundation was formed and Nigerian Gems was published in:
Ishahayi Beach School Foundation
Tales from Lagos
Nigerian Gems—In Print At Last.
My first attempt at writing a novel set in Lagos was called Sunrise Court.