Book Review of Jennifer Barclay’s Memoir: Falling In Honey

Jennifer Barclay

The full title of this book should really be “Falling in Honey after a couple of Lemons: Jen’s bitter-sweet adventure”. The book is a series of sweet moments, that runs through your fingers. There’s no great emotional climax in the story – but there’s enough pace to keep you vested in the outcome.

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Book Review of Jack Scott’s Travel Guide: Postcards from the Ege

Postcards from the Ege which takes the reader on a journey from Istanbul, and then follows the Aegean coastline of Turkey, to the Mediterranean shores of Antalya. Along the way Jack sends us postcards to introduce us to Izmir, Ephesus, and the Bodrum Peninsula, among many other modern day and historical locations.

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Author Interview with Travel Memoirist Jill Dobbe

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The best way to write a compelling book in your niche is to read books by other authors who write in a similar niche. After a few books you soon get to spot ones that are badly written or edited, and find writers who can spin a good yarn. Like me, Jill reads mostly memoirs, and especially travel memoirs. She’s partial to female authors who write humorous family stories, so it’s no wonder that Jill’s books showcase this niche so eloquently.

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Author Interview with Travel Memoirist Robert Fear

2017 Travel Story Competition

As well as authoring his own travel memoir, Robert Fear runs a travel writing competition and features the entries in an annual travel writing anthology. His foray into self-publishing was a slow burn, but his perseverance paid off and now he has multiple books under his belt.

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Author Interview with Travel Writer Keith Foskett

Keith Foskett

When Keith quit his job to pursue life as a full-time writer, he was faced with the daunting task of mastering the nuances of book marketing and promotion. He was determined that his books didn’t just sit on the shelves undiscovered.

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