John Wiley & Sons, the publisher of Gayle Cotton’s bestselling book ‘Say Anything to Anyone, Anywhere!’ has created a video for her book that is now on our YouTube channel. Watch it at the following link:
Gayle Cotton’s book website: SAY Anything to Anyone, Anywhere!
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Article: Cultural Clues, Do’s and Taboos on PORTUGAL
Currently on Gayle Cotton’s blog
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