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Whiskers Abroad by Carrie Carter

Whiskers Abroad:Ashi and Audrey’s Adventures in Japan A stunning debut by Carrie Carter Published by Bayou City PressThe book is available worldwide in digital and print format Whiskers Abroad is a lively travelogue featuring a trip to Japan shared by two main characters, Audrey and her cat Ashi, who alternate recounting their versions of events. During a twelve-day trip, the pair

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Savoring the Camino de Santiago With Julie Gianelloni Connor

Savoring the Camino de Santiago: It’s the Pilgrimage, Not the Hike An award-winning debut memoir by travel expert Julie Gianelloni Connor Published by Bayou City PressThe book is available worldwide in digital and print format Savoring the Camino de Santiago: It’s the Pilgrimage, Not the Hike focuses on the Camino de Santiago, an ancient pilgrimage trail that began around 820 AD

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MARILYN KRIETE’s New Release PARADISE ROAD

 THE STUNNING AWARD-WINNING DEBUT MEMOIR BY CANADA’S OWN,MARILYN KRIETE  Released and published by Lucid House Publishing, this book is available worldwide in paperback and ebook! A restless child of the 1960s, Marilyn yearns for love, hippiedom, and escape from her mother’s control. At 14, she runs nearly a thousand miles away to Vancouver, British Columbia, eventually landing herself in a Catholic home for

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PARADISE ROAD

THE STUNNING DEBUT MEMOIR BY CANADA’S OWN,MARILYN KRIETE  A restless child of the 1960s, Marilyn yearns for love, hippiedom, and escape from her mother’s control. At 14, she runs nearly a thousand miles away to Vancouver, British Columbia, eventually landing herself in a Catholic home for troubled girls. At 16, she’s emancipated, navigating adulthood without a high school diploma, and craving

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My Review of Dead Mountain: The Untold True Story of the Dyatlov Pass Incident

Dead Mountain: The Untold True Story of the Dyatlov Pass Incident by Donnie Eichar My rating: 5 of 5 stars Satisfying closure There was some beautiful poetry in this book. One of my favorite examples is from chapter 3: “For artist and intellectuals, the Khrushchev years were badly needed irrigation after decades of cultural drought.” Gems of literary art! In

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