by Trisch Rosema

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 15/03/2013

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 270
ISBN : 9781452567969
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 270
ISBN : 9781452567983

About the Book

Filled with laughs and giggles, this memoir presents the author’s spirited and light-hearted approach to living all over the world along with a husband, four young sons, three dogs, and two cats. The koi fish had to be left behind.

From growing up during the black-and-white apartheid years of South Africa to suntanning topless on the silvery beaches and azure seas of the Greek Isles; from walking like an Egyptian around the earthy tones of the pyramids to savouring pearlescent beads of the finest caviar harvested from the neon waters of the Caspian Sea; from reminiscing with six-foot-four transvestites wearing shocking-pink nails to enjoying the freedom of riding chromed Harleys in the Karoo; each chapter is in itself a singular story, but when put together, they make up the multi-coloured mosaic of a kaleidoscopic life.

Take a trip to the USA, Kazakhstan, Holland, Austria, and many other countries through the eyes of a woman who most certainly is not colour-blind.

About the Author

Finalist in the Balboa Press nonfiction-writing contest, 2012, Trisch Rosema is creatively quirky, twisting colours and words together, sparking the imagination of her readers.

Born in the black-and-white apartheid era of South Africa, Trisch has lived in many countries and considers herself a woman of colour.