From voice to paper, Stacy Thomas’ creative talents are undeniable. The Dallas, Texas-based voice actress has recently made her foray into literature, penning her debut memoir, titled Always On The Way: Travel Stories Of A Semi-Young Black Woman’s Life Overseas While Trying To Maintain Her Sanity.
The book recounts Thomas’ adventures as an English as a Second Language teacher in South Korea, and her subsequent journeys throughout Asia, to destinations which included Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Taiwan as well as Australia, and New Zealand. The authors’ trials and tribulations; triumphs and everyday ephemera of working with Korean school children in grades one-six are recorded with heartwarming candor, and her experiences convey a wisdom far beyond her age with which readers can relate to, learn from, and be inspired by.
“Living and working in South Korea was a dream come true for me. I had longed to travel in the Far East for as long as I can remember, and I felt the urge to do so while inching towards my 30th birthday,” said Thomas. “From good to bad; funny and sad, this book is the culmination of a life-changing journey of self-exploration that I felt compelled to put to paper. It is my wish that readers will love it as much as I do, and be encouraged to go out and set on to their own, personal adventure – whatever that may be!”
Always On The Way: Travel Stories Of A Semi-Young Black Woman’s Life Overseas While Trying To Maintain Her Sanity is available in paperback at Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com, while the former also carries the book’s Kindle version, too. The Always On The Way: Travel Stories Of A Semi-Young Black Woman’s Life Overseas While Trying To Maintain Her Sanity audiobook can be found on Audible.
To learn more about Stacy Thomas, please visit www.stacythomasvo.com