Life as a Leb-neh Lover

Author: Kathy Shalhoub

Language: English

Summary: Turning Point brings to you its first Blook: a blog converted into a book, in Kathy Shalhoub’s Life as a Leb-neh Lover. In this lively adaptation from her 12 years of blogging, we are treated to an action-packed memo of a young half-Lebanese, half-Polish woman away from ‘home’ (wherever that may be!). She shares with her readers a series of light and breezy, funny and often touching episodes from a young adulthood crammed full of triumphs, mishaps, highs and lows. Poignantly illustrated by Maya Fidawi, this is a hilarious but touching tribute to preserving Kathy’s attachment to Lebanon — Source: amazon.com.au

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Life abroad, identity and passion: the book by Kathy Shalhoub

Kathy Shalhoub is a Lebanese writer whose recent book deals with topics like life abroad, identity and passion.   The idea of an interview came to me when I went to a talk by Kathy Shalhoub, the author of Life as a Leb-neh Lover: The identity crisis of a Maybe Lebanese, at a Coffee Morning organized by Women in Abu Dhabi . The title was “So You … Continue reading Life abroad, identity and passion: the book by Kathy Shalhoub