Out Damned Spot

Adult
Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Giselle's mole has spread. Not that anyone seems to care. She wishes she could ignore it just as easily.
Out Damned Spot shows us the disorganized and impersonal medical system in South Africa through the eyes of a hilarious and relatable patient. Giselle is awakened to the pitfalls of being the ever-reliable matriarch when her world stops spinning but life goes on all the same. More

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About Ginny Stone

Ginny Stone, a hybrid author, has been scribbling for a large portion of her life.

Her first book, "Sibo Makes a Difference" on the theme of global warming was published in 2008 by Lets Look Publishers. The Sibo Series (print only) currently has 14 titles. These are storybooks for children, written in wacky rhyme. A 'green' theme runs through all the books. She strongly believes that changing the mindset of the next generation is going to help save the earth. Empowering children, one page at a time is her passion. The series also includes crazy topics like nanotechnology, space, HIV AIDS and biodiversity. Recently one of her books - Sibo on the Move - won an international Golden Quill award.

The Imaginaeries of Faerie Glen, written in conjunction with her younger daughter, Igz, is a modern-day fairy story set in a nature reserve right in the middle of Pretoria, South Africa. Ginny and her husband often hike in the very same magical reserve. This is evolving into a series with the recent release of Sham-Belly Shack.

A Dog's Blog and Straight from the Mutts Mouth began as a weekly column in The Springs Advertiser in 2007 (and only ended in 2016) In a nutshell - these books are a hilarious look at family life written from the dogs' point of view.

When not writing, Ginny designs educational games, posters, cartoon strips, does other bits of creative meddling and can often be found grovelling around in the garden. She shares her life with her lovely husband Chris, extended family, two cats and a neurotic sausage dog.

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Catherine Burger reviewed on on April 11, 2019

A well written story which expresses how many of us sometimes feel in a busy family trying to cope with everyday life; as well as the curved balls that are thrown our way.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
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