Livin'

From the Amsterdam Red Light to the African Bush
By Frankie Hogan

Livin': From the Amsterdam Red Light to the African Bush is a non-fiction travel memoir written by Frankie Hogan. Hogan is an adventurer/explorer who decided to stop letting life get in the way of his yearning for travel and experiencing new lands and cultures. Livin’...

Counterstrike: Heaven Sent

Book Four: Non-Fiction
By Travis L Salisbury

Counterstrike: Heaven Sent (Book 4) by Travis L Salisbury is an autobiography. This is a book that would appeal most to a mixed audience of adults and mature young adults, who are not literary purists, enjoy non-fiction, and those who do not mind strong language....

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Breaking the Fourth Wall

An Uncertain Journey on Turkey's Lycian Way
By Michelle Sevigny

Breaking the Fourth Wall: An Uncertain Journey on Turkey's Lycian Way is a non-fiction travel adventure memoir written by Michelle Sevigny. Sevigny was reeling after a series of awful life-changing events. Her best friend, business partner and companion, her ten-year-old Rottweiler, had died of bone...

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Finding the Real Japan

Stories from the Land of the Rising Sun
By Daniel DiMarzio

Finding the Real Japan: Stories from the Land of the Rising Sun by Daniel DiMarzio is an entertaining book that gives unusual information about Japan, where the author focuses more on the traditional aspects of Japan, the ancient culture, and history. The book speaks about...

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How to Conquer a Mountain

Kilimanjaro Lessons
By Sue and John R. Irving

In April 2012, British couple John and Sue Irving began planning for a physical, spiritual and mental passage with a plan to keep simultaneous journals of their inward and outward journeys. By February 2013 they were on the plains of Tanzania outside Arusha, pushing toward...

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Travel Secrets

Insider Guide to Planning, Affording and Taking More Vacations (2017 edition)
By Anita Kaltenbaugh

Travel Secrets: Insider Guide to Planning, Affording and Taking More Vacations by Anita Kaltenbaugh is a useful tool that gives readers travel secrets that will enrich their lives and encourage them to travel more. The tips will make readers understand the gift of travel...

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Two Are Better

Midlife Newlyweds Bicycle Coast to Coast
By Tim Bishop and Debbie Bishop

Two Are Better: Midlife Newlyweds Bicycle Coast to Coast by Tim and Debbie Bishop is for all those who love adventure and biking. Tim and Debbie’s story is heartwarming and they take readers on a physical, emotional, and spiritual journey where readers are motivated to...

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One Day, One Night

Portraits of the South Pole
By John Bird and Jennifer McCallum

One Day, One Night is a fascinating recounting of a husband and wife’s very unique experience of living with 50 other human beings in a place where few of us are likely to ever venture in our lifetimes – in one of the most isolated...

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Pilgrim Spokes

Cycling East Across America
By Neil Hanson

Ever wondered how it would feel to travel across America on a bicycle? Well, wonder no more. Neil Hanson gives you a chance to enjoy this incredible experience through his eyes and soul. Pilgrim Spokes (Cycling East Across America) is the second and final installment...

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Squashed Possums

Off the Beaten Track in New Zealand
By Mr Jonathan William Tindale

Jonathan Tindale spent a while living in New Zealand, housed in a dilapidated caravan located in the remote South Island countryside that New Zealanders call the wop-wops. Some considerable time later, long after his return to his native UK, he received a scrappy manuscript which,...

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