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The Backpack Years, Stefanie Wilson & James Wilson

Travel & Travel Guide

Part travel, part romance, part failing at life, The Backpack Years intertwines two memoirs, charting Stef and James’s six-year journey from happily wandering to miserably settled and back again. Straight-laced Stef left America to study abroad in Spain, letting loose and falling head over heels for two things: a handsome local and travel. Travel won … Read more

The Joy of Cruising, Paul C. Thornton

Travel & Travel Guide

The Joy of Cruising is about passion. Award-winning author Paul C. Thornton profiles travelers from all over the world with a passion for cruising and who act on that passion in creative and fascinating ways. (Just announced as medal winner Florida Author & Publishers Association President’s Book Awards!) From a Grammy award winner, Poker Hall … Read more

A Story of Karma, Michael Schauch

Travel & Travel Guide

A deeply personal travel memoir that combines alpine adventure, family connections, and spiritual encounters in two very different worlds: a Himalayan village and Vancouver, Canada. In 2012, Michael Schauch and his wife, Chantal, undertook an expedition deep in the Himalaya of northern Nepal, into a remote valley that had been closed off to outsiders for … Read more

Nepal One Day at a Time, Patti Shales Lefkos

Action & Adventure, Education & Teaching, Memoir & Biography, Romance, Travel & Travel Guide

A Himalayan adventure travel memoir with a humanitarian twist. About to turn sixty-eight, Patti’s life was disintegrating. Leaving behind her injured husband she packs her bags and heads to Nepal. Solo travel forces her to surmount daunting hurdles-both physical and emotional. While trekking in the forbidden kingdom of Upper Mustang she realizes her strength and … Read more

Conga Line on the Amazon: And Other Tales of Adventure Travel , David Myles Robinson

Travel & Travel Guide

David Myles Robinson was eight years old when he first got hooked on travel. Since then, he’s seen most of the world—all its continents plus, he laments, “far too many places where travel is now off-limits.”After a lifetime of visiting near and far, in heat and in cold, in comfort and in danger, Robinson has … Read more