Posts Tagged ‘armchair travelers’

Newington’s Lucy Robbins Welles Library Rocks

November 2, 2016

There are 45 people registered for my travel presentation on my one-year journey through the 48 continental states, Canada and Mexico in an RV. The presentation begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Lucy Robbins Welles library in Newington, CT. The name of the book is “Strapped into an American Dream,” which details how we were able to pull off a trip of this magnitude as well as the people we met and the places we visited along the way. There is so much to see in this wonderful country that an entire year on the road only scratched the surface, but what a year it was. We traveled 35,000 miles and linked all 48 lower states. We visited 23 National Parks, Graceland, Las Vegas, Mardi Gras, and the geographical center of America in Kansas. It was an unforgettable trip and one that resonates with people because it’s a dream of many. It’s the american dream, and what I’ve found is that most people cannot do something like this, but they are enthusiastic about traveling vicariously and becoming an armchair traveler. I will tell them all about it and give them the opportunity to┬átake home a copy of my book tomorrow night (Seatbelt Not Required).

I will also have copies of my out-of-body travel paranormal series. Desert Son and Wayward Soul. The third book of this trilogy, Spiritual Intervention, will be released December 15, 2016.

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Newington, CT Library November 2nd

October 24, 2016

I will be at the Lucy Robbins Welles library in Newington, CT on Wednesday, November 2nd at 6:30 p.m. talking about my travel book, Strapped into an American Dream. Come hear stories of my journey and get a signed copy of my book. Registration is required, so check out this link and join the armchair travelers who have already reserved a spot.

http://www.newingtonct.gov/content/78/118/136/1296/1420/20096.aspx

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See you there!