I enjoy talking about the Burma books and also my novels. Details of talks are on www.speakernet.co.uk
from: Dr Rona Laycock, poet, creative writing teacher, editor of Graffiti
and founder of Writers in the Brewery, Cirencester 'Elizabeth Tebby Germaine headlines at Writers in the Brewery, 28 March. We were delighted to welcome Elizabeth to our meeting at Writers in the Brewery on the evening
of 28th of March. She kept us intrigued and enthralled by her account of her writing progress and readings from her novel. It was lovely to have a guest who connected with the group and who was able to encourage and answer questions and who managed all that
with great good humour.'
SEPT. 2017 Talk about the Burma books. Thanks to the U3A Travel Group for the warm welcome at the Guildhall Cinema Gloucester,
and it was good to hear your stories that connected with Myanmar
After a talk to the U3A Earlsdon, Coventry, from Dave and Sue Wright,Joint speaker secretary 'We would like to express our sincere gratitude for your
talk on experiences in Burma. It was a fascinating talk regarding a very difficult time in history. It was even more poignant due to your personal involvement with the subject. I am sure it was appreciated by all members present and expanded all our
knowledge of Burma and its troubled past and present. Thanks again.'
November 2019 from
C.J.Boyd - Cheltenham Probus Club member: “Elizabeth gave us an interesting and informative talk on China in the Second World War, illustrated with helpful maps. Her presentation also provided a valuable insight into the
broader history of China in the first half of the 20th Century.”
November 2019, from John Higgins, Newent U3A "Thanks to Elizabeth for providing an insight into one of the little-known
aspects of World War 2, the military and civilian evacuation of Burma following the Japanese invasion. This was all the more poignant due to her family involvement in the arduous escape. Illustrated with plentiful, and probably quite rare, photographs
from the time. This was a talk to make many of us reflect on the horrors of that part of our history."