For those of us who have followed his blog, this book is a gentle reminder of why Jack’s so popular in the blogosphere. His blog posts aren’t one hit wonders, they’re catchy tunes you’re dying to hear again.I devoured Jack's Raw Turkey for Christmas and it was delicious.
Topping the list of almost all the charts of expat book rankings is “Perking The Pansies” by Jack Scott. This is a non-fiction book compilation of Jack Scott’s Blog about his and his partner Liam’s experience as British Expats in Turkey. This is the story of an openly gay, recently married couple leaving the liberal crowd of merry old London for a conservative Muslim country. This is about as interesting as a context can get. Told in a very conversational and light tone, Jack takes you for a ride with him and Liam as they go through a series of interesting encounters. This book is full of entertaining narratives of real life experiences that will surely tickle your funny bones.
A tender and candid memoir from a woman who finds inspiration and love in a foreign land. This heart-warming tale provides plenty of highs and lows, good times and bad but gives a timely reminder to us all that life is for living. There is much to find beyond the bars and the beaches and the author tells it straight from the hip. Get your tissues ready.