After getting married, my husband and I set off for adventure. We traveled to South Korea to teach and ended up falling in love with the people, culture, food, markets and history. I created this book of memories for us and the friends we made whom we desperately hope to see again soon.
As a music and English teacher, I’ve always loved hearing stories, reading stories and now writing stories. I was inspired to write by my mother, who also writers, and by my excursions overseas. I was born in Auckland, New Zealand. Lived in the city until I was nine, when I moved away from every thing I’d known, to live in a small town called Paeroa. It was there that I grew to love the countryside, the pot belly fire place, my ‘Anne of Green Gables’ home. My mother home schooled my three brothers, sister and I until high school, which made us a close knit family. After graduating from Waikato University, we had all moved over to live in the suburbs of Hamilton. Soon after I got married and moved to South Korea. It’s been a long time coming, but I’m on my new adventure of writing and self publishing books. My husband, Saveth, and I now are back in NZ and raising our son, Ezra. Saveth has been exceptionally supportive and Ezra has been a big inspiration for my writing.
Jeju-Do Published May 18, 2016
On Eagles Wings (Isaiah 40:31) Published May 17, 2016
The Great Family Expedition Published May 17, 2016
Krom Kruosaear Robsakhnhom My Family Nem & Vath Published August 12, 2013