Gail G. Collins
FREELANCE WRITER, AUTHOR, EDITOR & PHOTOGRAPHER
The Story of Banyu Urip: Discovery to Start-Up is a company keepsake, rich in photographs and stories on a co-venture, long haul oil project in Indonesia. "The story is just wonderful. It's going to be a cherished book for our team members."
Dan Wieczynski, Project Executive ExxonMobil Indonesia
Papua New Guinea Pearls: An Expat Perspective has been described as "a visual feast" in Airlines PNG Magazine, Our Way. The 200-page collection of stories from the Land of the Unexpected boasts 100+ photos, so armchair travelers can trek the Kokoda, dive Milne Bay or join a school clean-up project.
Nigerian Gems: Expatriate Tales of Adventure is in its sixth printing, producing a charity stream that funds local education. "Nigeria. The name conjures up images of violence, corruption and injustice. The book depicts a Nigeria that is far more complex, friendly and rewarding…”
Diane Lemieux, Daily Telegraph, UK
Books are available locally or by contacting the author.
Writing is the best excuse to meet people and learn about the world.
Collins has written internationally for magazines and newspapers for over a decade with a long resume that includes three books focused on faraway places. Click on the Story Titles tab to see published work from around the globe.