Ant Press is delighted to announce that the ebook version of Marcus Chen’s memoir, Square Watermelons: A Journey to Self-Discovery and Life-Transformation While Living in Japan, for which we provided our range of publishing services, is now available for pre-order from Amazon.
If you buy it now, it will download to your Kindle on 2nd September, or you can buy a normal print or large print paperback today. It’s already zoomed to No. 1 New Release in Business Travel on Amazon. Here’s the synopsis so you can get a feel for its entertaining content:
When Marcus arrived in Sydney to celebrate the millennium after a four-month journey across fifteen countries, he realized his solo backpacking trip had been the best learning experience of his life. Hungry for more adventures and travels, he was determined to pursue a career abroad.
From feeling illiterate and enduring awkward moments with colleagues to surviving a near-death experience climbing Mt Fuji, expat life after landing his dream job in Tokyo wasn’t all glamorous. Finding ways to deal with the adversities, he embraced the beauty that Japan has to offer, built meaningful friendships, and found new purpose in life.
Perfect for fans of Tune in Tokyo: The Gaijin Diaries by Tim Anderson, Pretty Good Number One: An American Family Eats Tokyo by Matthew Amster-Burton, and 21 Years of Wisdom: One Man’s Extraordinary Odyssey in Japan by Darrell Gartrell.