Washing Up in Malta – audiobook
Washing up in Malta is an intimate story of two women and their relationship with the tiny island of Malta in the Mediterranean Sea.
Grace leaves Malta prior to WW2 and marries her Scottish sailor. Her daughter, Jessica, returns after a lifetime of travel. Two different lives reflect a century of turmoil and social change yet mother and daughter share resilience and love in finding their own paths.
A premium recording, narrated by the author.
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|ISBN 9781921479557 (mp3, 7 hours, 42 minutes playing time);||AUD $13||USD $10||NZD $15||GBP £8||EUR €9|
“I was fascinated by the characters in this book. Both my parents were born in Malta, so I could totally relate to the stories. Can’t wait for the next installment….”
– Margaret Perry, Newcastle
“I really enjoyed reading it. What a great travel book! But it’s much more than that…. I’d like to read it again. The people and the relationships fascinate me and now I understand why you are in Malta. Thank you so much for your story. I hope many people hear it and find treasures in it.”
– Marina Thacker, Brisbane
Dr. Josephine Burden is a traveller and writer, currently based in Valletta, capital of Malta. She holds three citizenships, Maltese, Australian and British. Ten years ago, she left academic life at Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia where she taught and researched in Community Cultural Development. She is currently Founder/Administrator of the Malta/Australia Community Arts Foundation supporting artist interchange between Maltese and Australian communities. Since coming to live in Malta, she has published two books, Washing up in Malta (2012, 2014) and Songs for a Blind Date (2013). She is currently working on the third book in the trilogy Middle Sea Dreaming: Short Stories on a long journey.
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