Why These Books?
A problem readers can experience when choosing a nonfiction book is the massive amounts available on Amazon. Info-dumping causes confusion and decision fatigue in your brain, which is no bueno. Saying, "Forget this," is easier than searching for an eye-catching book cover to click.
Some of you might say, "I don't want to read about someone who's worked and lived abroad," or "Who cares!" or "I'm not interested." True, but if you're craving out-of-the-ordinary stories to stimulate your mind, you're in the right place.
You don't need to browse on Amazon to get genuine nonfiction/memoir titles because three are at your fingertips. My books on living abroad have interesting facts, strange stories, shocking and giggling moments, and more. If you're an American or Westerner, perhaps you'll realize after reading my books that living in our homeland isn't so bad. Maybe you'll feel more grateful for the luxuries and conveniences we have too.
Why not take a chance? Join me for the rides today!
About the Author
At AQ's Solo Writing & Publishing, you'll get unique books that let you experience living in another country without spending a chunk of money traveling.
Aldo A. Quintana is the Author of "Sweating in the Land of Smiles: Living in Bangkok During the Year of Radical Change," which happens in Thailand during COVID-19.
His second book, "The Twists and Turns of Living in Shanghai: Before, During, and After the Honeymoon," consists of two and a half years in China's largest city.
The first book, "180 Days Abroad with the Chinese Locals: What Textbooks and Classrooms Don’t Tell Us About China," focuses on Langfang, Hebei, China.
Aldo is a California Bay Area native. He holds a bachelor's and master's degree in Business Administration, an undergraduate minor in Child Development, and an ESL credential to teach English abroad.