I have started a new series called: Gutsy Google+ Hangouts where I interview interesting people from around the world.
I shall interview:
- Film producers
- Gutsy People
Jerry Waxler, author of the Memoir Revolution said, during my recent interview with him, that people are connecting globally, thanks to technology and through sharing our stories.
The purpose of my Gutsy Google Hangouts, is to bring us closer together as a “global community.”
I want to thank my friend Jason Matthews, for sharing his expertise on Google+ Hangouts, with me. Please watch his program called Indie Authors on YouTube.
Author, Ian Mathie is my guest on today’s Gutsy Google Hangouts.
You can read Ian’s fascinating “My Gutsy Story” camel story at the Bilma Oasis in Niger, here.
Ian Mathie – Bio
Born in Scotland and taken to Africa aged three, Ian Mathie grew up in the bush. After short service as a pilot in the RAF, he returned to West Africa as a rural development officer. Well adapted to living in the bush, Ian worked with isolated societies, sharing their hardships and understanding cultures from the inside.
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Really wonderful interview. I spent three weeks in Kenya in 1981, and it’s the sort of experience that just sticks with you for the rest of your life. Thanks so much.