A Wandering Tale

Monthly Archives: April 2013

A few videos from my recent trip to Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda. It was amazing. Beyond amazing. Words cannot describe. It must be experienced in person. It’s the Susa Group (Dian Fossey studied the group; there are twins) and the baby is the cutest: A close encounter: Watch the leg chop (and me getting a little scared!):

We’re blogging about pop culture on Novel Adventurers this week and my contribution is the telenovela: I like my entertainment soapy—romance, drama, intrigue!—as does much of the world. I figure this is a good thing. It’s easier to connect with people, easier to find amusement, easier to translate between cultures. Certainly easier to survive three months living with a Georgian family, especially when 90 percent of the time we had no common… Read More

I just received another nice review, this one from one of the largest online review sites, which specializes in mysteries, Review the Evidence. Thank you, Lourdes! “If this debut novel by Edith McClintock comes across as realistic, it’s because the author experienced the setting and situations – if not the murders – in the book. The protagonist, 25-year-old Emma Parks, has just completed a stint in the Peace Corps when she signs up… Read More