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In 2000 Donna Morang sold all her earthly possessions and left the United States to teach ESL (English as a second language). Join her as she travels to three continents, and twelve countries. Step into her classroom and teach English in Mexico, Nicaragua, Colombia, and Vietnam, or vacation with her in Spain, Thailand, and Cambodia. Fall in love with her students learning English, the special street kids, some crazy bartenders, and fellow backpackers. Meet new friends and hear their stories, or laugh with a romantic man or two from around the world. Venture into the countryside to dance with local people, drink moonshine, explore caves, fish for marlin, catch buckets of squid, or squirm as she eats strange bugs and worms. Hold her hand as she explores new city streets and countries– often lost, once robbed, or tremble when guns are pointed at her, as she crosses one more border. Donna Morang, teacher and traveler has done this and more with a smile and a gusto for life. She definitely knows how to experience life as a true adventurer. This book is NOT about a woman going in search of herself, or looking for a better life. She already knows that life is beautiful, and she lives it to the fullest

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. livinglearningeating permalink
    July 20, 2011 6:09 pm

    Ooh! I’m trying out CreateSpace, too (a middle-grade novel, ‘Elsbett & Robin Take On A-Nasty-Sia,’ here: https://www.createspace.com/3651515 )

    How’s it working out for you? Has the experience been good? Your book looks fascinating!

    • July 21, 2011 1:46 am

      Hi
      I think CreateSpace did better than I had even expected. Plus my sales have been wonderful for the first month. My only complaint is lack of people commenting on Amazon, which I think is important. But if they don’t do it, they don’t do it.
      Good luck to you!

      • livinglearningeating permalink
        July 21, 2011 11:54 am

        Thanks, that’s reassuring to hear! I’m hoping the market for middle grade novels is as good 🙂

  2. Barbara Schmidt permalink
    June 12, 2013 12:25 am

    Loved this book Donna and am patiently waiting for your next one.

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