One of the top five free, expat, humor ebooks you’ll read this week — or double your money back.

The Day Grandma Got us Kicked out of Mexico_COVERI love living abroad.  I really do.

Even the stressful stuff cracks me up.

Like the time I got 28 enormous hickeys on my back or the day I discovered I might be Amish.

You can’t make this stuff up.

Life as a bumbling foreigner makes me laugh — some days simply because the alternative involves some combination of thumb sucking, a fetal position and dents in my wall that match my forehead.

If you can relate — even a little — then you should read this new book:

 

“THE DAY GRANDMA GOT US KICKED OUT OF MEXICO (and other fun stories about life as a bumbling American foreigner)

It’s a short compilation of my favorite and funnest stories, interactions and reflections over the past several years and it’s free.

This book is simply about stepping back and enjoying the expat ride . . . bumps and all.  There is no moral to the story.  No great self-help wisdom.  Just a few light hearted thoughts from the perspective of an American living in China.  Incidentally, it might even make a good read for a German living in Brazil . . . or a Kenyan living in Russia.

Probably not a Canadian living in Greece though.  That’s pushing it.

Here’s how you get the book.  Just sign in below and click on the big red button.  Check your email to prove that you are a human (easier for some) and enjoy.

Thanks for reading . . . and for laughing at my Grandma.  I hope to return the favor someday.

The Day Grandma Got Us Kicked Out of Mexico

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If you enjoy the book or you’ve got a fun bumbling foreigner story of your own I’d love to hear about it.  Please comment share this post with your friends.

 

 

3 Comments

  1. Very funny! I laughed out loud several times. I’m not in China but can still relate to a lot your experiences.

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    • And here is a funny language blunder: after a meal American friend wanted to say onaka ippai! “I’m so full!”. What came out was inaka oppai! “countryside boobs!”

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  2. Ha! Thanks for reading Leah.

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