Springtime Books brings a fresh approach to publishing, offering the best in mentoring, planning, editing, polishing, designing, producing and distributing books and e-books for worldwide sale. We keep our standards high by publishing fewer than ten titles per year. We're interested in a range of genres but are particularly keen on hearing from writers who have something new to say about travel and expatriate life.
As a partner publisher, we charge a fee for our services. In exchange, our authors receive an exceptional royalty of up to 60%. These days, a book’s success is dependent on the proactivity of the author and so we believe he or she deserves to take most of the profit. Our authors understand that social networking is an important component of any marketing plan which is why we also a provide a range of social media services.
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Turkey, Surviving the Expats
by Jack Scott
Jack Scott has raised a satirical mirror to the neo-colonial world of expatriate living. Sometimes the reflection is funny, sometimes it's sad, and sometimes it's plain ugly - 'Tenko' without the guards, the guns and the barbed wire.
Turkey, the Raw Guide
by Jack Scott
Have you ever wondered what it’s really like to pitch your tent in a foreign field, particularly a Muslim one? Guidebooks and travelogues only go so far. To get a real feel, you need to ask someone who’s been there, done that and bought all the fake designer t-shirts.
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Smashwords book reviews by Springtime Books
on Oct. 21, 2012
Decadent western mores slap stifling medieval manners around the face and lose. Nothing could have prepared Cass and Eddy, the chief protagonists, for what was to come when they dumped their unwanted pasts at check-in and headed for the oasis. Follow them as they struggle to keep their heads above water (and on their shoulders). An (almost) bloodless coup upsets the expat apple cart of decadent days and raunchy nights, forcing the lotus eaters to hitch up their skirts and scramble for the border. A delicious, laugh-out-loud, randy romp through the myopic and bawdy world of Gulf expatriate life set against the chilling winds of change.