November 28th, 2012:


Tripoli keeps coming up in my life. Last Sunday Khadija Teri, an American who lives in Tripoli and writes a blog,  and I traded blogs about Tripoli. It was a wonderful exercise in sharing memories from different times. A new magazine published in Tripoli and aimed at young Libyans has been in touch with me and wants to do a story based on my Tripoli blogs. They’ve even done a layout of “Memories of Tripoli” for their December issue, which is published online and distributed to colleges and cafes, etc. The story looks terrific and I will post more details as the time draws near.

In the meantime, I am reminding my readers that I wrote an Ebook about my Tripoli adventures in the 1950s in one small book.  It’s available on Amazon in Ebook format. Download it onto a Kindle or download the Kindle format to your Mac or PC and read it there. It’s a simple process and the price can’t be beat.

Look up VICTORIA GIRAUD  on AMAZON and also find my other books: Melaynie’s Masquerade, Weird Dates and Strange Fates,  Pink Glasses, Angels in Uniform, Discovering the Victor in Victoria, and Colonels Don’t Apologize. One of the stories in Weird Dates is unusual, to say the least. I call it: A Single Gal’s Guide to Cross-Dressing.  Stay tuned.

An Army Brat in Libya
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