Random Tangents

Embracing Adventures in Life
By Greg Hawk

Random Tangents: Embracing Adventures in Life is author Greg Hawk’s memoir of a life less ordinary; one in which he chose to follow his whims and desires rather than the conventional paths to work, marriage, children, and ultimately retirement. When the author graduated from high...

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RV Oopsies

101 Dumb Things That Rv'ers Do!
By Larry MacDonald

Whenever I see RV shows on television, I have RV envy. I love road trips, so I couldn’t wait to read RV Oopsies: 101 Dumb Things that RV’ers Do! by Larry MacDonald. Like many people, I thought that you just jump into the RV, start...

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RV Guide to Camping in Arizona State Parks

Your Complete RV Camping Guide Including Fellow Camper Tips, Campsite Details, Maps, and More
By Jacquelyn Brochman

RV Guide to Camping in Arizona State Parks is a nonfiction travel book written by Jacquelyn Brochman. Brochman is an avid camper who enjoys taking her travel trailer to state parks across the country. Arizona’s state parks are divided by their regional location within the...

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Running with Chickens

Essays ... with a Lot of Ellipses
By Steve Peak

Steve Peak’s Running with Chickens is a humorous and entertaining read of one man’s journey of leaving his 20’s and awakening one day to the responsibilities of adulthood. Peak defines the stages of transitioning from one’s 20’s to their 30’s that all millennials can relate...

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Rock Candy Mountain

A Memoir: A young boy's adventure in the rough and tumble times of Eastern Kentucky in the early 1900's
By Earl Davis

Rock Candy Mountain by Earl Davis is quite a different type of memoir in that it focuses on just a short period of the author’s life, up until the age of fourteen, with most of the story revolving around a two-year period from the age...