“Girl Gone Greek” By Rebecca Hall
30.Jul.2015

Rebecca is the living example of people visiting Greece and falling in love with its people, the culture, the food, the country; and makes it a Home!!! Buy her book and read her story.

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About the book

Rachel is finding it increasingly difficult to ignore her sister’s derision, society’s silent wagging finger and her father’s advancing years. She’s travelled the world, but now finds herself at a crossroads at an age where most people would stop globetrotting and settle. She’s never been one to conform to the nine-to-five lifestyle, so why should she start now? Was it wrong to love the freedom and independence a single life provided, to put off the search for Mr Right and the children? Perhaps she could find the time for one last adventure… So with sunshine in mind, Rachel takes a TEFL course and heads to Greece after securing a job teaching English in a remote village. She wasn’t looking for love, but she found it in the lifestyle and history of the country, its culture and the enduring volatility of its people. Girl Gone Greek is a contemporary women’s fiction novel. When Rachel moved to Greece to escape a life of social conformity, she found a country of unconventional characters and economic turmoil. The last thing she expected was to fall in love with the chaos that reigned about her.

About the Author

After extensive global travels, Rebecca left the UK to return to the country she fell in love with--Greece, where she teaches English, writes and wryly observes that the chaotic nature of her adopted country actually suits her personality very well.
She is a Rough Guide co-author and has contributed to numerous publications including Apollo Business Class Magazine for Cyprus Airways and Let's Go for RyanAir, the Daily Telegraph Travel Section and her container ship voyage from Athens to Hong Kong caught the eye of NPR National Radio in the United States, where she was interviewed twice.
When not writing, you'll usually find her drinking coffee with her friends, or sourcing a new place to eat baklava.

Follow her adventures at: www.lifebeyondbordersblog.com www.facebook.com/LifeBeyondBordersBlog www.twitter.com/BeyondBex www.instagram.com/BeyondBex

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