Travel writer Jason Frye knows North Carolina, a state he fell in love with during vacations when he was growing up in West V irginia. He’s written several guidebooks about the Tar Heel state and his latest are Moon North Carolina: With Great Smoky Mountains and Moon North Carolina Coast: With the Outer Banks.
When it was published in 2015, “100 Places in France Every Woman Should Go” debuted as a New York Times travel bestseller. Marcia DeSanctis has written a unique hybrid: part memoir, part journalism, part travel advice.
Rosie Bell wants to know what you desire. Actually, she would like you to ask yourself what your essentials are to truly thrive. The travel writer’s book ‘Escape to Self’ is an invitation to realize, accept and pursue your desires so you may escape to a life that’s truly yours, free of social expectation.
Have a free day and want to get out of Atlanta but don’t know where to go? The new book “Day Trips From Atlanta” by author Janice McDonald is just the thing to get you going.
Shortly after the death of her mother, Australian-born Lisa Morrow left Sydney in 2010 with her partner Kim to settle in Istanbul. Although she had traveled extensively in Turkey, Lisa had to learn to deal with Turkish bureaucracy and cultural differences. Then she had to rush Kim to the hospital and received bad news from home.
Love Grandma’s southern cooking but wish it was healthier and allergy friendly? You’ll find solutions in The New Southern Cookbook: Classic Family Recipes and Modern Takes on Old Favorites.
The fourth book from Hollywood entertainment lawyer David Wienir and Grand Prize Winner of the 2018 Hollywood Book Festival, “Amsterdam Exposed” tells the story of an exchange student who moves to Amsterdam hoping to write a book about the red light district and everything that follows.
The 444-mile Natchez Trace Parkway is a two-lane path that traces the root of the American experience. Drive or cycle it and you’ll follow in the footsteps of Native Americans, Confederate soldiers and others who helped to mold the Southeast and the country into its current form.
This Is My South: The Essential Travel Guide to the Southern States, published by Globe Pequot Press, has over 300 full-color glossy pages. It covers 10 states and their offbeat attractions, unique accommodations, fascinating tours, and old school eateries, made up of places beyond what you’ll find in most other guidebooks.
When you travel, speaking even a little of the local language can totally change your experience. For inspiration to tackle the flashcards before your next trip, read “All Strangers Are Kin,” Zora O’Neill’s memoir of studying Arabic in Egypt, Lebanon, the UAE and Morocco.