About The Oosterman phenomenon

A migrant from the fifties, trying to write in his adopted language. A book of  snippets adding to 75.000 words in search of readers with similar stories of survival with lashings of laughter and tears. Common to those that, having left home and hearth, are  steeped and lost, seemingly forever in the old and the new country!..

3 Responses to “About The Oosterman phenomenon”

  1. Tincup Says:

    Hello. I nominated you for the Genuine Blogger Award. If you want to accept and pass it on you can find the award image here:)



  2. gpcox Says:

    It is a pleasure to meet you, Gerard.


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