David Yeadon is the author and illustrator of more than twenty books, including Seasons on Harris, Seasons in Basilicata, The Way of the Wanderer, Hidden Corners of Britain, Lost Worlds, and The Back of Beyond. He is also a regular travel correspondent for National Geographic, National Geographic Traveler, The Washington Post, The New York Times, and other publications. Listen to a conversation with him as he talks about his life, work, and worldwide search for the hidden, the remote, the unusual, and the exotic. [Listen]
True stories of passion, sweet romantic encounters and enriching relationships found while traveling will entice readers in what’s destined to become a timeless classic- Travelers’ Tales Love and Romance. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Travelers’ Tales Love and Romance, edited by Judith Babcock Wylie, will leave readers love struck and eager to be
A Mother’s World: Journeys of the Heart edited by award-winning author Marybeth Bond and radio personality Pamela Michael, celebrates true stories of “mother love” just in time for Mother’s Day.
A Mother’s World illuminates what it means to be a mother on the road, dispelling the notion that motherhood and travel are incompatible. When
What card should you never leave home without? It’s not the one you think.
It’s the new Triple-A card-Attitude, Awareness and Attention tips, offered by authors Sheila Swan & Peter Laufer in their new book Safety & Security for Women Who Travel. Wherever you go, whatever you do, whoever you’re with, no matter how far
Call it fate, or a coincidence, but at a time when we could all use some relief from our nation’s soap opera, Travelers’ Tales serves it up! America: True Stories of Life on the Road is the perfect antidote to the constant reportage of Washington’s underbelly.
America draws a portrait of the nation through tales