Some of you will know that I write a bit. My daughter, who was born in Salisbury, Rhodesia at the Lady Chancellor Maternity Home, has lived in Japan with her husband for many years. She now has a two year old daughter, Sahratia, and has taken up her pen. She is writing a series of travel articles and also a novel.
A typical Rhodesian girl, she has had quite an adventurous life and is a 5th Dan at Karate and Kobudo and 4th Dan at Iaido. She is a Sensei. She was also the first ever Natal Paragliding Champion. As a school girl she was awarded the Top Award for Guiding in the Republic of South Africa. As she is a student of English at the University of Maryland in Naha City I can vouch that her standard of English is better than mine! She has travelled extensively in various countries of the Far East and Australia.
She is writing for practise a series of stories about life in Japan as seen through the eyes of a two-year old.
I think they are pretty good but then I am biased. Please have a look at them and if you care to post a comment at the end of the site or Lens as it is called please do. I know she will appreciate the views of other people.
Sahratia in Okinawa